• BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
  • BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
  • BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
  • BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
  • BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
  • BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)
BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)

BenQ Zowie FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse for Esports (Medium)

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  • 3310 optical gaming sensor with 400/800/1600/3200 DPI to ensure ultra-accurate movements and responsiveness, giving you the advantage on the battlefield.
  • Ambidextrous design with multiple shapes and sizes to maximize performance and provide a comfortable gaming experience for competitive eSports players.
  • Consistent tactile feedback eliminating double switch presses, ensuring efficient functionality, and sleek design.
  • Adjustable report rate 125/500/1000Hz for different levels of responsiveness.
  • No drivers required, allowing players to plug and play backed by 1 year limited warranty.
  • Cable Length: 2m / 6.6ft
  • Manufacturer Limited Warranty: 1 Year

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PERFECT mouse for using with a fingertip grip! Before I get into the review, I'm just going to come right out and say that, if you have small-average sized hands and are looking for a comfortable mouse to use with a fingertip grip, GET THIS MOUSE! Now, onto the review.So, before I finally made the decision to buy this mouse, I poured through a large amount of reviews, YouTube videos, and size measurements of mice to find a mouse that would be comfortable for me. Just for reference, I have average sized hands and exclusively use a fingertip grip on my mice. Before I bought this, I was using a Steel Series Rival 300 which was far too big for my hands and grip style. After finally narrowing my options, I decided to take the plunge and order this mouse, and I'm glad that I did.Pros:-This is a small mouse, for sure. It's not very long, nor does it have a huge bump in the middle like some other mice geared towards users with larger hands and using a palm grip. Because of this, the FK2 is ideal for a fingertip grip, in my opinion. You could probably comfortably use a claw grip as well, if you wanted to. You *might* could do a palm grip but frankly, I don't find it very comfortable with this mouse (although that would probably also depend on your hand size).-No annoying third-party software needed to change the DPI settings. There's a switch on the bottom of the mouse that changes between a few different DPI presets. Once you press the switch, it will change the color of the lighting on the bottom, which indicates a different DPI setting. I forget the actual values, but they're easy enough to find.-It has a very attractive and minimalist design. There's no RGB lighting flashing in your eyes or some ugly gamer-oriented design, it's just a sleek looking black mouse with a small red Zowie logo, and that's it. In fact, just looking at it, you probably wouldn't even know that it was a "gaming" mouse.-The back and forward buttons are extremely nice for web browsing. You can also program them in most games to get added functionality out of them, if you wish. I personally use them as utility hot keys in some games (flashlights, med kits, etc).Cons:-No braided cable. I would've preferred to have a braided cable in a mouse of this price, but it's not a deal breaker. I've personally had no issues with it.-Price. This definitely is not a cheap mouse, but then again, most gaming mice aren't.All in all, this is a solid choice if you have hands on the smaller side and you're looking for a nice mouse to use with a fingertip grip. I can't recommend the FK2 enough, and hope to use it for many years to come. 5Great Mouse with One Dealbreaker So this mouse is great in almost every way except 1.It's lightweight, it's ergonomic, it tracks incredibly well, the sensitivity adjustment is clever and effective, it's driverless, BUT the scroll wheel is complete utter trash.The scroll wheel on this mouse simply does not work at all. It's a pseudo-ratcheting scroll wheel, meaning it scrolls in "steps" like many other mice. But the problem is, when attempting to scroll up OR down, each scroll-step is immediately followed by a scroll-step in the opposite direction. This means any attempt to scroll leads to the page jerking up and down like its having a seizure.If you want a solid gaming mouse and don't give a hoot about being able to use the scroll wheel, then you might like this mouse, but if you want even passable scrolling performance, I implore you to look elsewhere. 2This mouse is great. I was a bit leery going for the ... This mouse is great. I was a bit leery going for the Ambi design over an ergo type body. I wanted to get an EC series mouse but read alot of good things about FK also the EC. EC series being out of stock, i figure why not get the Ambi. It takes time to get used to being that i used Ergo type mice (Naga, M65, DA chroma,) but it feels real good in the hand. I wear in work gloves a Large and its fits well for a claw, also tried palming even though i don't play that way it felt comfy and do able if i were to switch up hand gestures. I do find i have somewhat of a hybrid grip at times which it works well with.My point to this review is for those worried about hand size, It fits my Large glove sized hand well in palm, claw, and hybrid.. I suppose you can consider fingertip although i dont play full fingertip. The tracking is great, I have a QCK heavy pad and on 400 dpi 2.2 sens i have noticed my aim in CS-GO has gotten better and my pathing is a lot smoother. As it can be used for most games other then FPS, I still have a DA for other games, considering that the DPI ranges for this are pre fixed.. I like to have one laying around that i can adjust that arent in those ranges 52 years and going. So I bit the bullet and decide to get a "Good" mouse finally and I was pleasantly surprised with how simple it was and how different it felt compared to all the old cheap "$5" mice I've used. I also liked how I could change the DPI by just pressing a button under the mouse.It has also survived a couple of drops around the PC when I was cleaning and or installing other things around and I tuggedon the cable.The one thing I kind of dislike on it is that the paint after probably about a year or 2 is starting to "chip" in certain places.I'm not sure if maybe when I was cleaning something with rubbing alcohol some got on it or it was my nail scratching into it or what. and it isn't super noticeable but still.as you can see in the image (or not) it's not very noticeable nor do I really feel it that often when I'm using the mouse or playing a game. AND to be fair I've used this mouse at least 3-4 hours a day for almost 2 years since 2015. so over all that's the only thing I could complain about on the mouse, never had any undue stuttering, felt smooth and right size and style for me. 5- No mouse clutter - As accurate as my G502 - Great feeling on a large hand - Wonderful cord Cons TL;DR - I highly suggest this mouse for someone with larger hands and a need for a relaxing, spacious mouse face.Pros:- No mouse clutter- As accurate as my G502- Great feeling on a large hand- Wonderful cordCons:- Wish it had an aim button like my G502 (button that allows temporary DPI reduction)___About me34 year old gamer. Played CS 1.6 competitively with CAL and haven't stopped since. For the longest time, I had it in my mind that if I could be semi-pro in CS on an old Microsoft Laser Mouse that it shouldn't matter all that much what I was playing with. I still bought whatever I found as the "best reviewed" mouse at the time and rolled with it.___BackgroundMy last two mice purchases were the Razer Taipan and the Logitech G502. I upgraded to the G502 becuase the Taipan, although one of my favorite mice, was far too small for my hand. I constantly felt as if I was tripping over my thumb and pinky.So, on the advice of a buddy I picked up the Logitech G502. Found the mouse to be of the right size, but the button placement is a bit wonky. The DPI switch is on the top of the mouse, which caused me to accidentally choose the wrong sensitivity randomly while playing.It was during one of these random slips that I lost my cool and grumbled about it to my friends, one of whom suggested the Zowie. Being impulsive and cursing Amazon Prime, I purchased the Zowie FK1+.__My Experience So FarCompared to my G502 in size, there's not much difference comparing them next to one another. They're just about the same length and width. However, the mouse buttons couldn't be more different. The Zowie has an open, simple layout that allows your fingers to just melt around the top without concern of accidentally clicking an unnecessary button. I saw no difference between the mice in terms of accuracy.The mouse itself feels wonderful in the hand, and I feel like the simplicity in its design actually lifts it above the chique angular design of the Logitech G502. 5From G502 to the FK2, pros and cons First off I have smaller hands so maybe this affects it but the side buttons on this thing are sub par. They don't stick out much you kind of have to go flush with the mouse. If they stuck out like the G502 I would love this and probably not switch from it. The weight of this compared to the G502 even without the weights feels so much better, nice and light no fatigue in the wrist. Overall I've been using this over the G502 but will probably move onto another mouse in the future that has better more prominent side buttons that has all 4 working. 3Ain't for me. I read a lot about this mouse before I purchased it. I wanted something that would be a little better for fingertip grip than the G502 on which I had the issue where my thumb would slid up into the side buttons and I would have to reposition. I enjoyed most everything else about the G502 and the weight of it didn't bother me.I didn't have any real difficulty transitioning to this mouse even though it is substantially lighter than the G502. But I did have some discrepancies with this mouse that a lot of reviews don't seem to talk about. Firstly, you are only able to have one set of side buttons activated at a time. I'm mostly fine with this but I think that that could be advertised a little better.Second, clicking requires more pressure than I would like. I think that this is largely due to the frame of the mouse and it being an all-in-one piece instead of the mouse clicking area being separate pieces. This is very unfortunate as the further towards the rear of the mouse your fingers are, then the more pressure it requires for actuation. For this reason alone I cannot really recommend it for claw/fingertip.Third, this one is more a matter of preference than anything else, but I think the mouse wheel is too low in relation to the rest of the surface next to it. This makes heavy scrolling feel tedious and slow. Scrolling loot piles or zooming in or out on PUBG has become a huge god damn pain. This is the largest reason that I will be foregoing this mouse. 3Good mouse Pros:Good shapeBuilt wellFlexible cordPlug and playGood sensorCons:Mouse buttons take some getting used toChanging settings is convolutedScroll wheel feels low qualityThis is a quality mouse. It's truly ambidextrous, having mouse 4 and mouse 5 on both sides (only one pair works at a time, though). The shape and curves on this mouse are lovely; I love the low, forward hump and the subtle comfort grooves in the mouse buttons.I had few personal beefs with this mouse, but they're negligible.The plastic used feels somewhat slippery, but I never actually lost my grip while using this mouse.Mouse buttons 1 & 2 aren't as tactile and light as any of the Logitech G mice, such as the G502 or G403, but they're still easy to use and seem break-in a little bit.I would occasionally press the extra mouse 4 & 5 buttons on accident, but it never caused any harm.The scroll wheel feels cheap, but it does the job and doesn't cause problems.All of these problems are easy for me to overlook. I would have kept the mouse if I hadn't bought and prefer the Zowie EC2-B. 4Excellent Mouse Excellent quality mouse and perfect shape for my grip style. I play mostly fingertip grip and my hand is roughly 7.5 inches so I bought the FK1 based off Rocket Jump Ninja's review and size chart. Definitely check out his videos on this series of mouse before you buy to see if this is the right choice for you.One con I can think of is getting used to the mouse clicks as they are stiffer than normal, this doesn't take more than a week to get used to though. I also love that this mouse doesn't require any stupid software like Razer Synapse or the Logitech Gaming Software. This could be a con for some though as you cannot customize what the side buttons do or customize your DPI exactly. Instead, it has several preset DPI stages (400,800,1600,3200 I believe) that you change by pressing a lone button underneath the mouse. Switching which side buttons are active and the polling rate is explained in the manual by using a combination of button presses on the mouse.If you're looking for a simple mouse that complements fingertip grip well then the Zowie FK series is for you, just make sure you pick the right size for your hand. If your hand measures 7.5 - 8.0 inches get the FK1, anything bigger than that go for the FK1+, smaller than that get the FK2. Also, I am not a palm grip player so I don't know how I would recommend this for palm, from what I've heard its not the best for palm grip as this mouse sits low so there is not much rest area for your palm. 5FK > EC I use Zowie mice mainly for (FPS) gaming.I used the EC2-A for almost a year before I bought the FK1. In theory since the EC series are ergonomically designed, they should allow for better aiming precision but that was not true in my experience. I found that the EC works best with a palm/claw hybrid grip for sniping on high sensitivity and non-snipers rifles on low sensitivity. Whereas the FK works best with a fingertip/claw hybrid grip for non-sniper rifles with any sensitivity. The grip on the FK also allows for a wider range of motion of the wrist, making horizontal tracking of strafing targets much easier.TLDR: EC for high sens snipers / low sens non-snipers. FK for non-sniper rifles on any sens. But in general I feel like I have much more control over the FK than the EC at any given moment. 4
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PERFECT mouse for using with a fingertip grip! Before I get into the review, I'm just going to come right out and say that, if you have small-average sized hands and are looking for a comfortable mouse to use with a fingertip grip, GET THIS MOUSE! Now, onto the review.So, before I finally made the decision to buy this mouse, I poured through a large amount of reviews, YouTube videos, and size measurements of mice to find a mouse that would be comfortable for me. Just for reference, I have average sized hands and exclusively use a fingertip grip on my mice. Before I bought this, I was using a Steel Series Rival 300 which was far too big for my hands and grip style. After finally narrowing my options, I decided to take the plunge and order this mouse, and I'm glad that I did.Pros:-This is a small mouse, for sure. It's not very long, nor does it have a huge bump in the middle like some other mice geared towards users with larger hands and using a palm grip. Because of this, the FK2 is ideal for a fingertip grip, in my opinion. You could probably comfortably use a claw grip as well, if you wanted to. You *might* could do a palm grip but frankly, I don't find it very comfortable with this mouse (although that would probably also depend on your hand size).-No annoying third-party software needed to change the DPI settings. There's a switch on the bottom of the mouse that changes between a few different DPI presets. Once you press the switch, it will change the color of the lighting on the bottom, which indicates a different DPI setting. I forget the actual values, but they're easy enough to find.-It has a very attractive and minimalist design. There's no RGB lighting flashing in your eyes or some ugly gamer-oriented design, it's just a sleek looking black mouse with a small red Zowie logo, and that's it. In fact, just looking at it, you probably wouldn't even know that it was a "gaming" mouse.-The back and forward buttons are extremely nice for web browsing. You can also program them in most games to get added functionality out of them, if you wish. I personally use them as utility hot keys in some games (flashlights, med kits, etc).Cons:-No braided cable. I would've preferred to have a braided cable in a mouse of this price, but it's not a deal breaker. I've personally had no issues with it.-Price. This definitely is not a cheap mouse, but then again, most gaming mice aren't.All in all, this is a solid choice if you have hands on the smaller side and you're looking for a nice mouse to use with a fingertip grip. I can't recommend the FK2 enough, and hope to use it for many years to come. 5Great Mouse with One Dealbreaker So this mouse is great in almost every way except 1.It's lightweight, it's ergonomic, it tracks incredibly well, the sensitivity adjustment is clever and effective, it's driverless, BUT the scroll wheel is complete utter trash.The scroll wheel on this mouse simply does not work at all. It's a pseudo-ratcheting scroll wheel, meaning it scrolls in "steps" like many other mice. But the problem is, when attempting to scroll up OR down, each scroll-step is immediately followed by a scroll-step in the opposite direction. This means any attempt to scroll leads to the page jerking up and down like its having a seizure.If you want a solid gaming mouse and don't give a hoot about being able to use the scroll wheel, then you might like this mouse, but if you want even passable scrolling performance, I implore you to look elsewhere. 2This mouse is great. I was a bit leery going for the ... This mouse is great. I was a bit leery going for the Ambi design over an ergo type body. I wanted to get an EC series mouse but read alot of good things about FK also the EC. EC series being out of stock, i figure why not get the Ambi. It takes time to get used to being that i used Ergo type mice (Naga, M65, DA chroma,) but it feels real good in the hand. I wear in work gloves a Large and its fits well for a claw, also tried palming even though i don't play that way it felt comfy and do able if i were to switch up hand gestures. I do find i have somewhat of a hybrid grip at times which it works well with.My point to this review is for those worried about hand size, It fits my Large glove sized hand well in palm, claw, and hybrid.. I suppose you can consider fingertip although i dont play full fingertip. The tracking is great, I have a QCK heavy pad and on 400 dpi 2.2 sens i have noticed my aim in CS-GO has gotten better and my pathing is a lot smoother. As it can be used for most games other then FPS, I still have a DA for other games, considering that the DPI ranges for this are pre fixed.. I like to have one laying around that i can adjust that arent in those ranges 52 years and going. So I bit the bullet and decide to get a "Good" mouse finally and I was pleasantly surprised with how simple it was and how different it felt compared to all the old cheap "$5" mice I've used. I also liked how I could change the DPI by just pressing a button under the mouse.It has also survived a couple of drops around the PC when I was cleaning and or installing other things around and I tuggedon the cable.The one thing I kind of dislike on it is that the paint after probably about a year or 2 is starting to "chip" in certain places.I'm not sure if maybe when I was cleaning something with rubbing alcohol some got on it or it was my nail scratching into it or what. and it isn't super noticeable but still.as you can see in the image (or not) it's not very noticeable nor do I really feel it that often when I'm using the mouse or playing a game. AND to be fair I've used this mouse at least 3-4 hours a day for almost 2 years since 2015. so over all that's the only thing I could complain about on the mouse, never had any undue stuttering, felt smooth and right size and style for me. 5- No mouse clutter - As accurate as my G502 - Great feeling on a large hand - Wonderful cord Cons TL;DR - I highly suggest this mouse for someone with larger hands and a need for a relaxing, spacious mouse face.Pros:- No mouse clutter- As accurate as my G502- Great feeling on a large hand- Wonderful cordCons:- Wish it had an aim button like my G502 (button that allows temporary DPI reduction)___About me34 year old gamer. Played CS 1.6 competitively with CAL and haven't stopped since. For the longest time, I had it in my mind that if I could be semi-pro in CS on an old Microsoft Laser Mouse that it shouldn't matter all that much what I was playing with. I still bought whatever I found as the "best reviewed" mouse at the time and rolled with it.___BackgroundMy last two mice purchases were the Razer Taipan and the Logitech G502. I upgraded to the G502 becuase the Taipan, although one of my favorite mice, was far too small for my hand. I constantly felt as if I was tripping over my thumb and pinky.So, on the advice of a buddy I picked up the Logitech G502. Found the mouse to be of the right size, but the button placement is a bit wonky. The DPI switch is on the top of the mouse, which caused me to accidentally choose the wrong sensitivity randomly while playing.It was during one of these random slips that I lost my cool and grumbled about it to my friends, one of whom suggested the Zowie. Being impulsive and cursing Amazon Prime, I purchased the Zowie FK1+.__My Experience So FarCompared to my G502 in size, there's not much difference comparing them next to one another. They're just about the same length and width. However, the mouse buttons couldn't be more different. The Zowie has an open, simple layout that allows your fingers to just melt around the top without concern of accidentally clicking an unnecessary button. I saw no difference between the mice in terms of accuracy.The mouse itself feels wonderful in the hand, and I feel like the simplicity in its design actually lifts it above the chique angular design of the Logitech G502. 5From G502 to the FK2, pros and cons First off I have smaller hands so maybe this affects it but the side buttons on this thing are sub par. They don't stick out much you kind of have to go flush with the mouse. If they stuck out like the G502 I would love this and probably not switch from it. The weight of this compared to the G502 even without the weights feels so much better, nice and light no fatigue in the wrist. Overall I've been using this over the G502 but will probably move onto another mouse in the future that has better more prominent side buttons that has all 4 working. 3Ain't for me. I read a lot about this mouse before I purchased it. I wanted something that would be a little better for fingertip grip than the G502 on which I had the issue where my thumb would slid up into the side buttons and I would have to reposition. I enjoyed most everything else about the G502 and the weight of it didn't bother me.I didn't have any real difficulty transitioning to this mouse even though it is substantially lighter than the G502. But I did have some discrepancies with this mouse that a lot of reviews don't seem to talk about. Firstly, you are only able to have one set of side buttons activated at a time. I'm mostly fine with this but I think that that could be advertised a little better.Second, clicking requires more pressure than I would like. I think that this is largely due to the frame of the mouse and it being an all-in-one piece instead of the mouse clicking area being separate pieces. This is very unfortunate as the further towards the rear of the mouse your fingers are, then the more pressure it requires for actuation. For this reason alone I cannot really recommend it for claw/fingertip.Third, this one is more a matter of preference than anything else, but I think the mouse wheel is too low in relation to the rest of the surface next to it. This makes heavy scrolling feel tedious and slow. Scrolling loot piles or zooming in or out on PUBG has become a huge god damn pain. This is the largest reason that I will be foregoing this mouse. 3Good mouse Pros:Good shapeBuilt wellFlexible cordPlug and playGood sensorCons:Mouse buttons take some getting used toChanging settings is convolutedScroll wheel feels low qualityThis is a quality mouse. It's truly ambidextrous, having mouse 4 and mouse 5 on both sides (only one pair works at a time, though). The shape and curves on this mouse are lovely; I love the low, forward hump and the subtle comfort grooves in the mouse buttons.I had few personal beefs with this mouse, but they're negligible.The plastic used feels somewhat slippery, but I never actually lost my grip while using this mouse.Mouse buttons 1 & 2 aren't as tactile and light as any of the Logitech G mice, such as the G502 or G403, but they're still easy to use and seem break-in a little bit.I would occasionally press the extra mouse 4 & 5 buttons on accident, but it never caused any harm.The scroll wheel feels cheap, but it does the job and doesn't cause problems.All of these problems are easy for me to overlook. I would have kept the mouse if I hadn't bought and prefer the Zowie EC2-B. 4Excellent Mouse Excellent quality mouse and perfect shape for my grip style. I play mostly fingertip grip and my hand is roughly 7.5 inches so I bought the FK1 based off Rocket Jump Ninja's review and size chart. Definitely check out his videos on this series of mouse before you buy to see if this is the right choice for you.One con I can think of is getting used to the mouse clicks as they are stiffer than normal, this doesn't take more than a week to get used to though. I also love that this mouse doesn't require any stupid software like Razer Synapse or the Logitech Gaming Software. This could be a con for some though as you cannot customize what the side buttons do or customize your DPI exactly. Instead, it has several preset DPI stages (400,800,1600,3200 I believe) that you change by pressing a lone button underneath the mouse. Switching which side buttons are active and the polling rate is explained in the manual by using a combination of button presses on the mouse.If you're looking for a simple mouse that complements fingertip grip well then the Zowie FK series is for you, just make sure you pick the right size for your hand. If your hand measures 7.5 - 8.0 inches get the FK1, anything bigger than that go for the FK1+, smaller than that get the FK2. Also, I am not a palm grip player so I don't know how I would recommend this for palm, from what I've heard its not the best for palm grip as this mouse sits low so there is not much rest area for your palm. 5FK > EC I use Zowie mice mainly for (FPS) gaming.I used the EC2-A for almost a year before I bought the FK1. In theory since the EC series are ergonomically designed, they should allow for better aiming precision but that was not true in my experience. I found that the EC works best with a palm/claw hybrid grip for sniping on high sensitivity and non-snipers rifles on low sensitivity. Whereas the FK works best with a fingertip/claw hybrid grip for non-sniper rifles with any sensitivity. The grip on the FK also allows for a wider range of motion of the wrist, making horizontal tracking of strafing targets much easier.TLDR: EC for high sens snipers / low sens non-snipers. FK for non-sniper rifles on any sens. But in general I feel like I have much more control over the FK than the EC at any given moment. 4
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