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Leetgion El'Druin "Optimized for Diablo" Gaming Mouse Review - Leetgion El'Druin "Optimized for Diablo" Mouse

Leetgion El'Druin
Leetgion is back with a mouse named for the sword of justice in Diablo. All the parts were found and reassembled to give us the El'Druin gaming mouse.
By: | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Apr 4, 2013 7:18 am
TweakTown Rating: 91%Manufacturer: Leetgion

Leetgion El'Druin "Optimized for Diablo" Mouse




Fresh out of the box, the El'Druin looks like this. Starting with the basics you have a black bottom to the mouse with the top being multi-levels of a silver-grey painted plastic top. On this side you have what I refer to as a shield, but in the middle of this one is a SPAD controller that gives you four way control plus a click in to give you five actions total with it.




The El'Druin comes out of the box with the painted Heaven plate installed on it. As you can tell there is a high line in the middle near the bottom, but as it curves over the top, this like is blended into the shape and goes away for comfort reasons while holding it.




On the right side the "shield" is a little different. There are notches in the gold ring to allow you to roll it forward and back for profiles and DPI adjustments. The center is still a button, but it only pushes in to select the various profiles, or by holding it in for three seconds, you can reset to the default profile.




If you stretch the imagination a bit, you can see a broad sword shape to the front where the right and left click buttons come to a point in the middle of the front. As for the rubber scroll wheel in the middle, it is not as segmented as most mice are, and makes scrolling multiple lines or weapons very easy.




Looking at the top of the El'Druin you can see there is a complete lack of any buttons or lighting. With this design, everything has been moved to the sides of the mouse, and even the lighting has been hidden next to the SPAD controller and inside the gap around the scroll wheel.




Under the mouse the laser sensor is centrally located and this mouse also offers three PTFE feet that come with a plastic liner on them to give you perfect feet to use right out of the box with no scratches or gauges in them.




To power the mouse you need to plug in the gold plated USB 2.0 connector to the rear I/O, and its shape makes it obvious which is which when you need to unplug it from all the other USB cables. The cable itself is wrapped with a cloth braid and measures two meters in length, but is currently bundled with the Velcro wrap that makes travelling with it much nicer.

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