Feenix Nascita Laser Gaming Mouse
The left of the Nascita offers two buttons that are in easy reach and also come with a rubberized coating. The bulk of this side is plastic, and while it looks highly textured, it is actually very smooth to the touch.
At the top edge of the left side of the mouse, Feenix adds an LCD screen near the front to display the DPI in use and further back adds the name of this mouse. Both the LCD screen as well as the Nascita name has white LED lighting when this is powered.
Since we are at the top, we may as well cover the rubberized coating that is applied to the top and heel of this design. This surrounds the scroll wheel and DPI adjustment buttons.
Looking at it from the back, the grey plastic wraps all the way around as the rubberized section stops well short of the lower section. The Feenix logo is placed here, and even though it looks good now, it looks better lit by white LED. It is also easy to see that it slopes heavily to the right and even a bit of an off camber twist to the Nascita, offering better ergonomic positioning for your wrist.
The right side of the mouse offers a large area of that grey plastic again. It is indented to accept a couple of fingers more easily, but again this surface is very smooth. There is also the white painted information at the bottom edge near the front, and is something I personally think should have never been here.
Getting around to the front of the Nascita, the right and left click buttons are both curved down in the middle to keep your fingers in the groove, if you will. On the leading edge there are two trapezoidal shaped windows to either side of the braided cable, and these will also illuminate white when powered.
The Nascita is supported by two high grade Teflon feet. Both are pretty good in size, and do go completely side to side to eliminate any wobble or potential drag. With just the product name, and the little bit at the bottom, why could what is painted on the right not be moved here?
To connect the Nascita to the PC, it has a 1.8 meter cable that has black braiding on it. In line there is a choke to eliminate noise and cross talk, the cable also comes with a Velcro tie strap, and the end is gold plated to fight corrosion as well as lowering noises to keep the Nascita signalling perfectly.
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