Frickin' Laser Beams
Along with the avalanche of GIGABYTE peripherals recently has come this mini-mouse, ready to take on the bad boys. It's sporting a whole array of features in its dwarfed form and boasts some pretty nifty laser guts, too!
At first glance this mouse has some blatant similarities to a bunch of other mice I've reviewed before, including OCZ's Dominatrix. But it's not surprising that companies have been adopting this shell for a while now, because it's a form-factor that works well!
The packaging is a pleasing non-blister-pack form, meaning that there's no loss of blood trying to get it open. Inside is the usual array of bits, batteries, CD/manual and of course the mouse itself.
Taking a look at the mouse, it's sporting a dual sided rubber grip so there's no risk of it slipping out of your sweaty cheeto-covered hands during a late night surfing session. Further to that, a rubberised and notched wheel is used to make it easier to spin around, which is needed as the spring strength in the wheel is tangible.
This is due to the integration of the 4-way scrolling system, allowing you to run side to side as well as up and down the web pages; handy for those extra-wide photos that don't quite fit on screen.
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