With the plethora of buttons and the stroke-able rubber grip, this mouse is a real winner in my book. However, I'm not so sure about the flame decals chosen for the shell; it does make it look slightly tacky and could be a turn off for buyers due to its un-professional look.
I'm not saying all companies should be producing mice in boring black and grey; I think that spending more time and money on producing a good aesthetic design can really carry a brand and generate more interest from potential buyers.
One thing that has really caught my attention is some of the little details that Sharkoon has included such as a protective bag for the mouse along with spare Teflon feet! Simple things like that re-assure me that companies are paying attention to the products they are creating and not just pumping out another mass-consumer product.
For the price this mouse doesn't disappoint; there is a lot of features and the performance is up to the high standards of the gaming community.
Oh, but I will say this Sharkoon. Add some side scrolling to your mouse please! Pretty please!
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