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GAMDIAS ZEUS P1 RGB Optical Gaming Mouse Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Feb 17, 2017 6:17 pm
TweakTown Rating: 97%Manufacturer: GAMDIAS

Final Thoughts

 

As we usually are, we try to be as blunt as possible with our reviews, and with the Zeus P1 RGB, we find no reason to scold Gamdias or knock this mouse in any major way. While some may not appreciate the lower rounded shape of the mouse, we thoroughly enjoyed using it. The buttons are all within reach, easy to access for usage, and even though the secondary switches are not as strong as the main pair of switches, we never found ourselves accidentally clicking something we did not intend to.

 

The use of Huano as the switch manufacturer is not a bad thing either. The main switches have a feel similar to Omron switches, just with slightly less force needed to activate them, and the fact that the click being reported once used is not as loud either, which is a good thing, to our ears. The glide of this mouse is smooth on multiple surfaces we tested it on, the tracking is top notch, and even though 12,000 DPI is near crazy as a top end limit, we were able to use most of this range with full control over our movements. On a technical level, we are not left wanting a single thing.

 

 

Aesthetically, we like what the Zeus P1 RGB delivered as well. Dual strips of LED lighting down the sides, a large logo flashing on the heel; our only disappointment was the lack of light coming from the scroll wheel. Once the HERA software is in use, the multitude of color options, modes, speeds of mode presentation, and adjustment to the amount of light brightness were all great to have access to. On top of the aesthetics and options, the HERA software delivered in every aspect a gamer would ever need or desire.

 

Not only do you get full control over all of the basics, but the Macro support is insane, and we haven't even gotten to the noises you can make with it or the fact that this mouse will keep you from being late for an appointment or keep you from burning a pizza. With some of the best software we have seen, which will also cover multiple Gamdias devices all-in-one suite, this is another feather in the cap for the Gamdias Zeus P1 RGB over many other offerings on the market at this time.

 

What is hard to believe at this point is the lack of money it takes to acquire a gaming mouse of this caliber. Considering everything we have seen in the Zeus P1 RGB, everything we have raved about it in its design and features, we expected the pricing to be much closer to the $100 mark. With the Zeus P1 RGB, you only need to release half that amount from your grip to obtain one of the better mice we have ever tested. For around $50 at either Amazon or at Newegg at this time, we see no reason why you should pass up on the Zeus P1 RGB, or at the minimum, give it serious consideration.

 

If you are in the market for a new mouse, we strongly urge you to take a look at this latest mouse from Gamdias. Even if you are not in the market when it comes to a mouse like the Gamdias P1 RGB, you may want just to bin what you currently have, and move onto something better anyways, and this mouse is likely the answer for many.

 

 

Chad's Peripherals Test System Specifications

 

Product Summary Breakdown

TweakTown award
Performance97%
Quality98%
Features100%
Bundle and Packaging92%
Value for Money98%
Overall TweakTown Rating97%

The Bottom Line: GAMDIAS' ZEUS P1 RGB delivers all the features one could want, the HERA software is easy to navigate, and the shape, grip, and silky smooth tracking afforded combine to make this one of the best mice we have ever tested! And the very fair pricing just makes it better.

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