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Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum H6L Gaming Mouse Review

Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum H6L Gaming Mouse Review
Today we spend some time focusing on Tesoro's Sagitta Spectrum H6L Gaming Mouse. Does the arrow hit the target? Let's find out.
By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: May 21, 2016 11:10 pm
TweakTown Rating: 96%Manufacturer: Tesoro

Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing

 

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When it comes to the name Tesoro, most of our reviews have been of various keyboard designs, but today we are looking at something different. While Tesoro has many mice in their lineup, it took a bit of time for us to work around to getting to other peripherals from them. Over their current line of mice, they offer all products with Omron switches, some with laser sensors, and a few with optical sensors. Most of the specification then vary and make each design a creation all of their own, but just at a glance it seems that Tesoro is on point with what they do offer in mice.

 

 

Out of the group we find ourselves holding an optical sensor based version, built specifically for right-hand users. The main switches are Omron, there is a Pixart sensor in use, and there is even 512KB of onboard memory to save a ton of settings. Everything you want is saved over five profiles, and the software includes full Macro options as well. All of their mice are offered with full RGB coloring, but only a few, like our sample, offer ways to control said lighting and even add lighting effects. And last but not least, there is not one in the group that does not have its aesthetic appeal.

 

So, while we may have never tested such a device from Tesoro, this mouse named after the legendary arrow that killed Aquila from the bow of Hercules, the Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum mouse is our first from them. From what we have picked up from their web page, and looking through the specifications and had a chance to see the Sagitta Spectrum, we feel that Tesoro has stepped up to the table with a product worthy of our attention. There is a ton going on in this economically-friendly solution to the world of gaming mice, and we feel that for those who do not need overkill on their devices, Tesoro has what you need.

 

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Tesoro offers this chart which starts at the left with two renderings of the Sagitta Spectrum, one from the side, and the other a top down view. Over to the right, they start to list the specifications. There is one color option, so black is it, and the infrared optical sensor offers 5000 DPI in this design. The mouse offers 512KB of onboard memory over five profiles, and the sensor will track at 130ips and 30g acceleration. There is potential for up to thirty Macros at once, and there are also two zones of 16.8 million choices for color once the software is installed. The last of the bits that fit here is that we also find that the Sagitta Spectrum delivers an adjustable polling rate up to 1000Hz, and there are five levels of Lift Off Distance.

 

While the Sagitta Spectrum is indeed black, Tesoro mixes up the textures to bring some style into the mix. The sides of the mouse are shiny plastic sections, but the top is matte in texture and looks. This is due to the antimicrobial rubber coating they have opted to use here, ensuring a good grip on it. Attached to the mouse, there is a 1.8 meter braided cable, which comes into a Tesoro labeled, gold plated, USB 2.0 connection. The last things you need to know about the Sagitta is that it is 130,5mm long, 72.5mm wide, stands 42mm tall, and weighs in at just 122 grams.

 

The Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum seems not to be that readily available. We were able to find it to price check, but we only found it in two locations, and they are both big players. Just as the MSRP implied we should find the Sagitta Spectrum, both Newegg and Amazon are sticking to that exactly. Both locations list the Sagitta Spectrum at $59.99, and free shipping is part of the deal at either location. This is not the most affordable offering that has passed our desk, but with most of the big name mice costing much nearer to the $80 mark, this is a pleasant surprise. If we had to take a stab early and hazard a guess, we feel that this Sagitta Spectrum offers everything we will need to keep us happy, but let's find out for sure.

 

 

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