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Fnatic Flick 2 Optical Gaming Mouse Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Aug 17, 2018 3:00 pm
TweakTown Rating: 100%Manufacturer: Fnatic

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We skipped past the home page, where you will need to select the device you wish to customize, or select others to be delivered to the Fnatic website to see what else they have. Once the Flick 2 is selected, we are then dropped into the profile menu. It is here that you have three profiles to choose from in the drop-down box at the top. At the bottom, the device info bar will give you the product name, the serial number, and what version of the firmware is currently installed.

 

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Moving next to the performance tab at the top, we can start setting up the profile we selected on the last page. X and Y axis CPI can be set independent or linked, and they can be adjusted in 100 CPI increments in the light blue boxes. Angle Snapping can be turned on, LOD can be set, you can choose if this is for all profiles or just this one, the polling rate can be adjusted, and if you scroll all the way to the bottom, there is a box to take you to Windows mouse settings options to tune things even more.

 

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Next down the row is lighting, and there are a few options here. First, you pick from the three types, and once selected, the options change. For the Fade options, you can randomize the colors, display them in a rainbow, or use gradients to show RGB lighting. There is also a slider to change the animation speed, and these same settings are offered in the Pulse options. Color Editor is the way in which you pick a solid color. There is a wheel where you can circle through the color choices, or there are RGB boxes where numbers can be set.

 

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Key Bindings is where you go to remap or repurpose the mouse's buttons. On the left, where you see the mouse and the numbers for each button, click on one, and the fun begins. Beyond the default setting, you can opt for a keyboard macro, and selecting it, will open a basic editor to make them on demand, or select ones you may have made with this software already. You can remap the keys; you can launch applications, open files, and even open links to the internet.

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