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Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum H6L Gaming Mouse Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: May 21, 2016 11:10 pm
TweakTown Rating: 96%Manufacturer: Tesoro

Inside the Sagitta Spectrum

 

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Holding the Sagitta together is a pair of screws near the back, and with a bit of jiggling the front tabs lose, it comes apart in two halves. Be mindful of the short ribbon cable that keeps the top PCB connected to the bottom one.

 

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Inside of the top of the mouse, just in front of a single added weight screwed into it, there is this smaller PCB for the page forward, page back, and DPI selection functions. All of the switches are the same, and they are red switches that are tougher to actuate and are accompanied with an audible clock. As for the branding, we are not sure who the stylized "JD" naming on them belongs to.

 

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The scroll wheel is taken care of with a Kailh L4 switch, but under the left click button, we find a 10 million click Omron switch.

 

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The Pixart PWM3310DH-AWQT optical sensor is in control of tracking this mouse. Along with the 5000DPI, this can track at 130 IPS, can take images at 1000Hz, and also offers five lift-off distances to sense from.

 

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The NXP LPC11U14F MCU is in control of everything else. When it comes to changes in the software, communication, and reacting to the sensor and switches, it is this 32-bit ARM processor and its available 512KB of onboard memory.

 

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The click function of the opaque scroll wheel is another of the red switches while the right click button is marked as D2FC-F7N(10M). We also see a huge LED nest to the scroll wheel that lights up the wheel under the rubber ring.

 

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When the Sagitta Spectrum is first powered up, the lighting is already in a mode. It is cycling through the full gamut of colors called Rainbow Mode. It just so happens, that we caught it in blue currently, where both LED zones are in sync, lit continuously.

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