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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

Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation




The Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum gaming mouse comes in attractive, yet oddly shaped package. Front and center is the Sagitta mouse with iconography alluding to the bow and arrow used by Hercules. Then, at the bottom, we see there is a 5000DPI sensor, that it is fully programmable, and that it offers 16.8 million RGB colors.





Lifting from the bottom and pulling the Velcro pads apart, the top lifts up to afford a view of the Sagitta Spectrum behind a layer of clear plastic. Inside of the front cover, we find it says "World-Class Precision for Pro Gamers," explaining why this is, and makes sure to address the 5000 DPI again.




On this panel, we start with the product naming at the top, followed right up with the history behind the name Sagitta. There are the addresses to find the software, and it also tells us that this is the Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum, Ergonomic RGB gaming mouse.




The back of the box offers a large image of the mouse up top, this time with features being pointed out around it. If English is not your native tongue, see the lower half of the panel, as it covers these features for you as well.




The last of the panels offers us a look at the sensor, under the mouse, addressing the Pro-Precision 5000 DPI in use. It also provides an image of an IC denoting that this mouse comes with a 32-bit MCU with a 1000Hz polling rate. It then lists what comes in the box, and what is needed to be able to use this mouse.




Two layers of plastic are what protects the Sagitta Spectrum while in transit. It is molded to fit the mouse exactly in the center of it, but the edges are built with much taller walls. This would keep the mouse safe, even if something were to try and squish it. As four our sample, it arrived in flawless condition.




The manual up top starts with a welcome to the Tesoro World and moves right into the contents and system requirements. As for installation, it says to grab the software and install it, then to plug in the mouse. It also covers registration and the button layout. As for the insert found at the bottom, it shows off all the products Tesoro currently offers.

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