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Tt eSPORTS Theron Smart Mouse Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Jun 8, 2015 2:32 pm
TweakTown Rating: 77%Manufacturer: Tt eSPORTS

Tt eSPORTS Theron Smart Mouse




As we get out first look at the Theron Smart mouse, we see that indeed the surface is glossy, but also is done with a metal flake finish. Specific to the image of the left side we see here, we find a deep recess for your thumb with two bright red buttons above it, and a bar below that will later be illuminated.




The heel of the mouse almost comes to a point that fits well in the palm of the hand, and in typical fashion, we also find a battle dragon logo that will also later be illuminated.





The right side offers much less recess than the other side, but there is a ledge of sorts that runs the length to help fingers grip on the smooth surface. There is another button to chose to use here, and again near the bottom is a band waiting to be lit up with LEDs.




Moving around to the front we find high side ridges that keep fingers on the lower section near the center to make sure you aren't sliding off of the main buttons. We also find the grommet for the cable is centered in this design.




On top, between the right and left click buttons, we find a clear scroll wheel with a rubberized center to ensure your fingers don't slide on the wheel, and behind that we find two more red buttons to change between the four DPI levels.




Under the Theron Smart mouse we see that it is supported with just two feet, one at the front, and a thinner one at the back. In the midst of those are the profile button, the polling rate button, a lock out switch, and a door that opens to expose the weighting system.




Under that door you will find five 4.5 gram weights surrounded in a rubber insert. Of course the weighting can be changed from side to side or removed entirely to help adjust the feel of movement to each individual user.




The last thing to cover then externally leaves us with the cabling. Here we are given 1.8 meters of braided cable, and it does indeed terminated in a gold plated USB 2.0 connection. We also like that they offered the Velcro strap to tend the wiring to help make traveling a bit easier as well.

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