Bloody SP80 Gaming Mouse
Our first look at the Bloody SP80 is of its right side, and we find lots to discuss. The top of the mouse wraps around the sides, and its matte finish is a rubberized coating. Below it is the side, where we find a pair of buttons surrounded in a highly textured plastic for added grip. Surrounding that and wrapping around the back of the mouse is a shiny plastic trim piece, which then has the base of the mouse wrapping around the sides at the front and back of the mouse.
As the top does to the sides, it also continues down to the body line at the back. We see the shiny bits of plastic below it, which this time, surround an opaque insert which is there to allow lighting to pass through it.
The right side of the SP80 is nearly identical to what we saw on the left, and even though the top is not leaning for right-hand users, this is not a fully ambidextrous design, due to the lack of buttons on this side. Outside of that, we see all of the same materials and placements, most importantly, the highly textured side panel insert.
The front edge is angled from either side, and is longest on either side of where the cable emanates. The main buttons are contoured to help keep your fingers in place, and the gap between them is wide, which gives a full view of the scroll wheel.
The scroll wheel with its rubber ring and opaque light permitting center is heavily segmented in its movement, and the click of it is the toughest switch on the mouse. Behind the wheel is a set of three buttons. By default, they allow the user to run the mouse normally, or with software programmable "cheats/hacks" for any game with a gun.
The cable attached to the Bloody SP80 is cloth braid covered, and is currently bound with a Velcro strap which makes travel or desk cleanliness easier to accomplish. As for the connection, there is no fancy plating found, but with the bright red cover and the Bloody name and logo on it, it will be easy to find when at the back of the PC.
The bottom of the SP80 is mostly flat, with the serial number sticker and the product sticker in the middle, surrounding the centralized eye of the sensor. As for the feet, rather than PTFE, Bloody opts for anodized aluminum for them. There are four in total, with two smaller ones at the front of the mouse, and much larger ones used at the back.