This arrow of Hercules found its mark again. The Sagitta is a right-hand only design, but it is a good one. A form that fits any grip style, it isn't so huge you are constantly reaching for buttons, and even though the sides are slick and shiny, we found no issues moving it around or lifting it. Tracking is on point, and 5000 DPI is enough for most users out there. This is the first antimicrobial mouse we can recall, and with the dual LED zones, the Sagitta Spectrum and its 16.8 million color choices and effects make it aesthetically pleasing. The only issue we did find is that for some reason the side buttons on our Sagitta were set up backward of what we are used to. However, a few seconds in the software got us right back into the game.
While the mouse is great in the hand, and it does use top tier components that are feature rich, it is the software that brings everything together. It is not overcomplicated, or made in a way that makes changing anything difficult. Just make sure that after applying any changes, you also save it, so that the profile will save and be stored within the Sagitta Spectrum. With over 30 possible extra commands under your right hand, any game, or anything desktop related can be a single click away. Even when it comes to Macros, a simple easy to use GUI is in place, and with the editor to the right of it, you can fine tune everything about said Macro, getting them perfect. We do find that the feature set and the options offered via this software do play in harmony, and has given us nothing but useful bliss with this mouse under our hand.
You may very well find a mouse that brings a few more things to the table, but with those options, you will incur a twenty or thirty dollar increase in the cost as well. With the Sagitta priced at $59.99, you do get quite a bit for your investment. While we may have been a little late to trying out the Tesoro mouse lineup, they picked a great mouse to start us off within this Sagitta Spectrum. The form and design of the mouse means ease of use; the sensor never missed a thing, and with stiff switches and with heavily segmented scroll wheel movement, every action received from the Sagitta had to be intended.
In the end, the Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum leaves us with a grin on our faces from the pleasure it has provided using it, and the fact that you don't have to break the bank to obtain it.
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- Case: SilverStone TJ11 - Buy from Amazon / Read our review
- Power Supply: Corsair AX1200 - Buy from Amazon / Read our review
- OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 64-bit - Buy from Amazon
Product Summary Breakdown
|Quality including Design and Build||95%|
|Bundle and Packaging||92%|
|Value for Money||98%|
|Overall TweakTown Rating||96%|
The Bottom Line: One of the better, most user friendly mice we have seen in some time! The Sagitta Spectrum feels great in the hand, the software is intuitive, and for us, it has been a pleasure to use. The fact you can find it for less than $60 is just icing on the cake.
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United States: The Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum H6L Gaming Mouse retails for $60 at Amazon.
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