• Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
  • Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
  • Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
  • Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
  • Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
  • Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
  • Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
  • Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]
Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]

Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 backlight modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers [Black]

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  • WIRED GAMING MOUSE; built for Gaming Computers - Ergonomic Redragon M602-RGB "Griffin" RGB Backlit Gaming PC Mouse up to 7200 DPI (user adjustable 800/1200/1600/2400/7200 DPI), 10G acceleration. The High-Precision Sensor delivers Pinpoint Accuracy while the Gaming Grade Micro Switches ensure longevity, greater durability and extreme responsiveness, giving you an even greater edge over your competition
  • RGB BACKLIT MMO PROGRAMMABLE PC GAMING MOUSE; 7 MMO user programmable buttons, 5 Memory Profiles each with distinct LED color option for quick identification. 7 different backlight modes. (Backlight can be disabled) The Redragon M602-RGB Gaming Mouse offers you total personalization for your Gaming Computer and Gaming Laptop
  • ERGONOMIC GAMER MOUSE; Delivering an extremely comfortable and precise experience for Computer Games such as Fortnite Games, SIMS 4, Fallout 4, World of Warcraft, PUGB, Overwatch, Call of Duty or other First-Person Shooter. The ergonomic shape of the Redragon M602-RGB PC Gaming Mouse is built for comfort, fits naturally in your hand, the buttons are tuned to reduce click fatigue
  • HIGH-END PC GAMING MOUSE FEATURES; The Redragon M602-RGB Mouse features; Built-in Weight Tuning for the right balance, Anti-Skid Scroll Wheel, Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads for ultimate gaming control. 7 programmable buttons. Total 8 buttons. The Mouse works great with Redragon Gaming Mousepads & Keyboards. Comes with 6 foot, 3mm strong high-speed braided fiber cable and a gold-plated corrosion free USB connector for a reliable connection
  • PC GAMING MOUSE COMPATIBILITY: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP, Limited Mac OS support Works well with all major Gaming Computers Brands and Gaming Laptops MSI, Dell, Corsair, Alienware, Razer, Xbox One, Asus and others

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Exceptional Gaming Mouse Especially on a Budget Bottom Line: I am very impressed by this mouse ESPECIALLY considering I paid so little for it.I bought this mouse about 9 months ago because I was using the standard mouse that Lenovo gave me to game... ICK yes I know.I game enough to care about getting good quality items but I'm also at the point in my life that spending a lot of money on something like a gaming mouse is absurd.I can honestly say I wouldn't trade this mouse for a $50 mouse if you gave it to me for free. It has very good weight, the DPI setting button is very convenient to use as well as the color select (if you're into colors, there are plenty). Additionally I love the very simple extra 2 buttons above the thumb for a push to talk so that I don't have to change my left hand position. However, if you don't want to use these buttons you wont even know they're there as they sit just above the thumb.People who may not like this:1) If you want a mouse with a lot of built in grip. The sides are very comfy and SMOOTH, if you love rubber grip this isn't for you.2) If you need a lot of bells and whistles and 2 additional buttons isn't enough for you3) If you THINK you NEED more than 3000 DPI... I use this on many FPSs with top DPI and low game sensitivity... works perfect 5Better than I thought possible I use a Dark Core RGB SE on my gaming desktop and have to say that it's feel is just as good, and may even be a little more comfortable to use, along with better RGB. While the lighting is questionable at best through the software (I can't get it to maintain any static color aside from green) it's a clear upgrade from my Havit HV-MS735 I've used for the past 1.5-2 years which cost me twice as much.*Update*The software has completely stopped working on this mouse, given several reinstalls and tested on multiple PC's, it's stuck static red now. It is nice, and very comfortable. 34 stars because I haven't experienced anything more expensive yet! This mouse could very well be a 5 star rating based on personal preference and price, however I have not used any expensive big name brands and only have been experiencing basic computers with basic mouse and keyboard combos. This thing is beautiful though. The dpi adjustments on the fly are awesome to have, the rgb modes are great and can be shutoff if you don't want that color light show thing going on 24/7, although you can change the color and or patterns they come at you with. Now I'm sure any gaming mouse is gonna have these basic features so the ergonomics come next. I believed I took a gamble with this mouse and the shape when I clicked order. I have medium to large hands and it fits just fine when it comes to finger placement. The sharp curves and edges plus the added ripple or layer on the right side is what threw me off and made me weary. I didn't know if it would be gimmicky or actually feel just right, and it feels just right. I still would like to purchase something rounder with less aggressive angles, but this thing is really comfortable. Everything sits perfectly. The only complaint I could have is the software setup and discovery. This mouse was not listed on the website specifically but after digging it can be found. It allows further adjustment and gives you the ability to program the extra buttons, which are all in great spots I might add. So that is a big 4 out of 5 from me, and maybe a 5 star mouse if it lasts through the years and gives way to other more expensive mice. Fast shipping as always too! 4Amazing. That being said This has been an interesting experience for me. Firstly, at the time of this review, this mouse is $13. Amazing. That being said, when I initially bought this watch, my expectations were pretty low. When the mouse arrived, I plugged it in and started to test it out, but the mouse would not track. Thinking, "Oh, it's just a $13 mouse, what can you expect" and returned it to get my money back.Having my impressions of the Nemeanlion soured, I then invested a bit more and went with the M801 Mammoth (love it, btw) and thought that was the end of it, but then I received an email from the seller, Challenger USA. After explaining why I returned the product, they were very gracious and ended up sending me a replacement for free in good faith.So having a functioning Nemeanlion, here's my review. In comparison to the Mammoth and other intermediate computer mouses, it's obviously not as good. It's too small for my large hands and the ambidextrous nature of the mouse is a tad uncomfortable, but when I gifted it to my friend who has been using a supplied HP mouse, it was amazing. You may think this is lame, but the braided cable is a god-send. The LEDs are bright and will perfectly accent any black and red setup. The forwards and backwards buttons are simply perfect and the adjustable DPI makes the mouse useful for any situation.Overall, this is the perfect choice if you just want to upgrade from a basic mouse for the price of what is a night's dinner. Gets a thumbs up from me.If you found this review helpful, smack that button :) 4Level 1: here, take this! I would like to introduce myself as someone that enjoys working first and gaming second, and reviewing, third. Sometimes all of these can go hand and hand when you work from home or just spend days on the personal computer.Ergonomically:For Gaming:Material Quality: Sturdy for gaming, but if you have an anger issue with your work, and throw the product against a wall --- its not going to survive.Button Functionality:This works with right handed people.2 Left side buttons:Middle mouse button: Create new tabs on software, or use it as a weapon in your gaming.Middle Mouse button slide left: Press the wheel to the left using index finger, and you have another macro/micro mechanism for your gaming.The two buttons on top of the mouse and what they do:First button: DPI gage ranging in various colors to notify you which setting you are on.This color means DPI settingRed:SLOWBlue:SLOW-MEDIUMGreen:MEDIUM-MEDIUMPurple: Medium-FastYellow:Fast-FastI use purple. :)2nd Top button Gives you an array of mouse A E S T H E T I C S.1st display:Red2nd display: Flow of RGB from back to front3rd display: Quick dot from back to front with RGB colors4th display: Changes color for every individual movement/click. Mouse is colorless when not being used.5th display: Blinking Red6th display: Colorless when not being moved, gives movement color mechanism of glowing red. (spooky!!!!)7th display: Slow Pulsating red effectMy favorite is 3rd display function.Hands: I have small hands. I know that sounds weird, but I'm not a large handed person. The mouse is sturdy, durable, bright white with an easy grip ergonomics ---- if it fits your hands. This is important for gaming mice, because you want that tactical advantage. This is also built for right handed people. The side of the mouse allows for a good rest for the thumb.Colors: RGB means every color avaliable. No software needed; built in mechanism to select color(s). 5Great look/design. Bad ergonomics and more. The mouse in itself is nice to look at first glace and even retains a nice feel for it's design. It attempts to be ergonomic for most but I suppose some like myself would understand the problems once they attempt to get a feel for it.Firstly it will fit most hands fairly well with it's contoured shape. It's designed to let your hand rest with it and that's a good thing. However once you get past the grip and come to terms with the additional button placements... This is where you start to notice the problems. I believe the side buttons (thumb buttons) are placed too far forward. The forward button despite it's raised surface textures is too far forward for a relaxed grip on the mouse. Then if you would move your hand forward as if to clutch the mouse you cannot press the other middle mouse buttons so easily without a very uncomfortable bend in the middle finger (perhaps only people with large hands may experience this problem?) and I find it to be very impractical despite it being a button to be used for utility especially given consideration that it is fully programmable. The fact you have to switch your hand positioning frequently in order to use this mouse also makes it quite useless for flicks if you're a person who plays shooters or real time strategies. You won't be able to get comfortable with a single grip and work with it as you're learning two wrist motions to get the same results now that you are using two ways to grip your mouse to use the additional buttons.Once you get past that, I'd also say it's not great for FPS or shooters in general because the mouse has a tendency to skip inputs from the optical. I mean it reads the mouse pad or surface you put it on no problem. It just seems to skip coordinates if that makes sense. You can't have a pinpoint aim when your mouse is off by an X or Y variable because it skips marginal gaps between each increment of movement. It feels as if it counts by 2's and there is no half measures so you're always attempting to adjust and by that time you've probably already lost the fight. So if you're looking to buy this mouse for a shooter, save your money and upgrade to a brand that you know is reliable and has massively good feedback about it's use in shooters.This mouse for me however was a cheap place holder until I can replace my last gaming mouse for shooters and other various games. So it will fit the bill until I can replace it, however I won't recommend you buy this if you're only interest is competitive shooters, the nerd rage you will suffer far exceeds the value of this product as it's unreliable and inaccurate. 35 star for the right person, not for me. [EDIT 2/27/19] Adding 1 star since my wife thinks the mouse fits well and she is impartial to the concave shape of the buttons. Her hands are 3/4" shorter than mine and says the size is perfect.[Original]This mouse is very similar to the Razer Mamba... if you like those model of mice this is probably closer to a 5 star review for you.Problem is, I am not a fan of nearly all of the Razer mouse products at all, and this feels way too similar for me. Looking at the other Redragon mice, they all seem to have the same physical mouse button features that I dislike in a mouse. I prefer the convexed / dome shaped buttons of other brands, like most of Logitech's.My hand is just slightly too large for the mouse, as I prefer to palm the whole mouse.PROS:+ This mouse had a fantastic packaging.+ Materials feel durable though I've only used it for a week.+ Looks are fantastic, lighting is smooth.+ fantastic price+ Software was easy to use, and was a small download.CONS:- I am not a fan of the concave indentations on the mouse buttons. this is hands down the primary reason for my personal 3-star review. Obviously some people love this and if I was one of those people, this would be a 5 star review even though it was just a tad small.- It's a tad small for my hands (7.25" from base of palm to fingertip).- Getting the software was a little janky, it's not covered in the instruction booklet and it appears there is a specific software version for each different model of mouse instead of 1 software that is compatible with all of their products. Pro is that it's a very small footprint. 4A+ This mouse is awesome! It is actually way better than I thought it would be given the price but It has so far proved me wrong. The lighting effect is really cool and this mouse is super easy to use. I had a wireless mouse before this one and all it ever did was drive me crazy but now, with wired mouse I can easily get work or gaming done with zero aggravation even though I am tethered to a cord it doesn't feel like I am.The cord is nicely wrapped in red and black and is long enough to go anywhere you could need it in my opinion. It glides smoothly over my mouse pad and desk just the same and it fits really nice in my hand as well as other in my household (Large man and Small teenage girl) I do find that sometimes the buttons on the are easily hit, however that could be just because I am not really accustomed to using a gaming mouse with the extra buttons, no big deal though cause I'll get use to it.It arrived real fast and was in a very lovely plastic case with moulded insert to have a nice snug fit in it's box. If I had to do it all over again, I'd still buy this one hands down cause it's wired, color change 5It's good. Not great, but definitely good. First off, for the price, you can't go wrong. It's good, but has its shortcomings. I bought it as a place holder while waiting on a Logitech RMA, and will keep it as my backup mouse.Pros:- Obviously the price, it's a great deal for a good mouse.- Erganomic: It has the general shape of a good Logitech mouse, so it's good for larger hands. I also really love the extra molding on the right side with the built in rest for your ring finger, it's SUPER comfortable.- Quick profile change buttons.Cons:- The thumb buttons could be moved a bit forward.- The thumb grip is very slippery, and in more intense games I find myself re-adjusting the mouse in my grip a lot.- There's adjustment button for the scrool wheel.Neutral Comments:- Clicks are generic feeling, but not bad. I'd equate them to a name brand, non-gaming mouse.- No weight tuning (wasn't expecting any at this price point).To sum up, if you want a good mouse on a budget, this is a good choice. 4Decent quality RGB mouse for the price Bought this for my son as he has been nagging me for an RGB mouse after seeing my Razer Chroma Setup (RGB keyboard, mouse, mouse pad, speakers). Him being only 8 I told him we'll start with something on the cheaper side and if he can show he can take care of his computer equipment i'll eventually buy him a high end one.Anyways, came across this on Amazon search for rgb mouse, bought it and set it up on his computer. The build quality is quite nice and the colors are nice and bright.I dont recall if there was a software to control the lighting schemes but there are presets you can switch between pushing a specific button on the mouse. Also the size feels good in the hand and as far as its performance it seems to be pretty accurate.Overall great price, good mouse. Worth the purchase. 4
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Exceptional Gaming Mouse Especially on a Budget Bottom Line: I am very impressed by this mouse ESPECIALLY considering I paid so little for it.I bought this mouse about 9 months ago because I was using the standard mouse that Lenovo gave me to game... ICK yes I know.I game enough to care about getting good quality items but I'm also at the point in my life that spending a lot of money on something like a gaming mouse is absurd.I can honestly say I wouldn't trade this mouse for a $50 mouse if you gave it to me for free. It has very good weight, the DPI setting button is very convenient to use as well as the color select (if you're into colors, there are plenty). Additionally I love the very simple extra 2 buttons above the thumb for a push to talk so that I don't have to change my left hand position. However, if you don't want to use these buttons you wont even know they're there as they sit just above the thumb.People who may not like this:1) If you want a mouse with a lot of built in grip. The sides are very comfy and SMOOTH, if you love rubber grip this isn't for you.2) If you need a lot of bells and whistles and 2 additional buttons isn't enough for you3) If you THINK you NEED more than 3000 DPI... I use this on many FPSs with top DPI and low game sensitivity... works perfect 5Better than I thought possible I use a Dark Core RGB SE on my gaming desktop and have to say that it's feel is just as good, and may even be a little more comfortable to use, along with better RGB. While the lighting is questionable at best through the software (I can't get it to maintain any static color aside from green) it's a clear upgrade from my Havit HV-MS735 I've used for the past 1.5-2 years which cost me twice as much.*Update*The software has completely stopped working on this mouse, given several reinstalls and tested on multiple PC's, it's stuck static red now. It is nice, and very comfortable. 34 stars because I haven't experienced anything more expensive yet! This mouse could very well be a 5 star rating based on personal preference and price, however I have not used any expensive big name brands and only have been experiencing basic computers with basic mouse and keyboard combos. This thing is beautiful though. The dpi adjustments on the fly are awesome to have, the rgb modes are great and can be shutoff if you don't want that color light show thing going on 24/7, although you can change the color and or patterns they come at you with. Now I'm sure any gaming mouse is gonna have these basic features so the ergonomics come next. I believed I took a gamble with this mouse and the shape when I clicked order. I have medium to large hands and it fits just fine when it comes to finger placement. The sharp curves and edges plus the added ripple or layer on the right side is what threw me off and made me weary. I didn't know if it would be gimmicky or actually feel just right, and it feels just right. I still would like to purchase something rounder with less aggressive angles, but this thing is really comfortable. Everything sits perfectly. The only complaint I could have is the software setup and discovery. This mouse was not listed on the website specifically but after digging it can be found. It allows further adjustment and gives you the ability to program the extra buttons, which are all in great spots I might add. So that is a big 4 out of 5 from me, and maybe a 5 star mouse if it lasts through the years and gives way to other more expensive mice. Fast shipping as always too! 4Amazing. That being said This has been an interesting experience for me. Firstly, at the time of this review, this mouse is $13. Amazing. That being said, when I initially bought this watch, my expectations were pretty low. When the mouse arrived, I plugged it in and started to test it out, but the mouse would not track. Thinking, "Oh, it's just a $13 mouse, what can you expect" and returned it to get my money back.Having my impressions of the Nemeanlion soured, I then invested a bit more and went with the M801 Mammoth (love it, btw) and thought that was the end of it, but then I received an email from the seller, Challenger USA. After explaining why I returned the product, they were very gracious and ended up sending me a replacement for free in good faith.So having a functioning Nemeanlion, here's my review. In comparison to the Mammoth and other intermediate computer mouses, it's obviously not as good. It's too small for my large hands and the ambidextrous nature of the mouse is a tad uncomfortable, but when I gifted it to my friend who has been using a supplied HP mouse, it was amazing. You may think this is lame, but the braided cable is a god-send. The LEDs are bright and will perfectly accent any black and red setup. The forwards and backwards buttons are simply perfect and the adjustable DPI makes the mouse useful for any situation.Overall, this is the perfect choice if you just want to upgrade from a basic mouse for the price of what is a night's dinner. Gets a thumbs up from me.If you found this review helpful, smack that button :) 4Level 1: here, take this! I would like to introduce myself as someone that enjoys working first and gaming second, and reviewing, third. Sometimes all of these can go hand and hand when you work from home or just spend days on the personal computer.Ergonomically:For Gaming:Material Quality: Sturdy for gaming, but if you have an anger issue with your work, and throw the product against a wall --- its not going to survive.Button Functionality:This works with right handed people.2 Left side buttons:Middle mouse button: Create new tabs on software, or use it as a weapon in your gaming.Middle Mouse button slide left: Press the wheel to the left using index finger, and you have another macro/micro mechanism for your gaming.The two buttons on top of the mouse and what they do:First button: DPI gage ranging in various colors to notify you which setting you are on.This color means DPI settingRed:SLOWBlue:SLOW-MEDIUMGreen:MEDIUM-MEDIUMPurple: Medium-FastYellow:Fast-FastI use purple. :)2nd Top button Gives you an array of mouse A E S T H E T I C S.1st display:Red2nd display: Flow of RGB from back to front3rd display: Quick dot from back to front with RGB colors4th display: Changes color for every individual movement/click. Mouse is colorless when not being used.5th display: Blinking Red6th display: Colorless when not being moved, gives movement color mechanism of glowing red. (spooky!!!!)7th display: Slow Pulsating red effectMy favorite is 3rd display function.Hands: I have small hands. I know that sounds weird, but I'm not a large handed person. The mouse is sturdy, durable, bright white with an easy grip ergonomics ---- if it fits your hands. This is important for gaming mice, because you want that tactical advantage. This is also built for right handed people. The side of the mouse allows for a good rest for the thumb.Colors: RGB means every color avaliable. No software needed; built in mechanism to select color(s). 5Great look/design. Bad ergonomics and more. The mouse in itself is nice to look at first glace and even retains a nice feel for it's design. It attempts to be ergonomic for most but I suppose some like myself would understand the problems once they attempt to get a feel for it.Firstly it will fit most hands fairly well with it's contoured shape. It's designed to let your hand rest with it and that's a good thing. However once you get past the grip and come to terms with the additional button placements... This is where you start to notice the problems. I believe the side buttons (thumb buttons) are placed too far forward. The forward button despite it's raised surface textures is too far forward for a relaxed grip on the mouse. Then if you would move your hand forward as if to clutch the mouse you cannot press the other middle mouse buttons so easily without a very uncomfortable bend in the middle finger (perhaps only people with large hands may experience this problem?) and I find it to be very impractical despite it being a button to be used for utility especially given consideration that it is fully programmable. The fact you have to switch your hand positioning frequently in order to use this mouse also makes it quite useless for flicks if you're a person who plays shooters or real time strategies. You won't be able to get comfortable with a single grip and work with it as you're learning two wrist motions to get the same results now that you are using two ways to grip your mouse to use the additional buttons.Once you get past that, I'd also say it's not great for FPS or shooters in general because the mouse has a tendency to skip inputs from the optical. I mean it reads the mouse pad or surface you put it on no problem. It just seems to skip coordinates if that makes sense. You can't have a pinpoint aim when your mouse is off by an X or Y variable because it skips marginal gaps between each increment of movement. It feels as if it counts by 2's and there is no half measures so you're always attempting to adjust and by that time you've probably already lost the fight. So if you're looking to buy this mouse for a shooter, save your money and upgrade to a brand that you know is reliable and has massively good feedback about it's use in shooters.This mouse for me however was a cheap place holder until I can replace my last gaming mouse for shooters and other various games. So it will fit the bill until I can replace it, however I won't recommend you buy this if you're only interest is competitive shooters, the nerd rage you will suffer far exceeds the value of this product as it's unreliable and inaccurate. 35 star for the right person, not for me. [EDIT 2/27/19] Adding 1 star since my wife thinks the mouse fits well and she is impartial to the concave shape of the buttons. Her hands are 3/4" shorter than mine and says the size is perfect.[Original]This mouse is very similar to the Razer Mamba... if you like those model of mice this is probably closer to a 5 star review for you.Problem is, I am not a fan of nearly all of the Razer mouse products at all, and this feels way too similar for me. Looking at the other Redragon mice, they all seem to have the same physical mouse button features that I dislike in a mouse. I prefer the convexed / dome shaped buttons of other brands, like most of Logitech's.My hand is just slightly too large for the mouse, as I prefer to palm the whole mouse.PROS:+ This mouse had a fantastic packaging.+ Materials feel durable though I've only used it for a week.+ Looks are fantastic, lighting is smooth.+ fantastic price+ Software was easy to use, and was a small download.CONS:- I am not a fan of the concave indentations on the mouse buttons. this is hands down the primary reason for my personal 3-star review. Obviously some people love this and if I was one of those people, this would be a 5 star review even though it was just a tad small.- It's a tad small for my hands (7.25" from base of palm to fingertip).- Getting the software was a little janky, it's not covered in the instruction booklet and it appears there is a specific software version for each different model of mouse instead of 1 software that is compatible with all of their products. Pro is that it's a very small footprint. 4A+ This mouse is awesome! It is actually way better than I thought it would be given the price but It has so far proved me wrong. The lighting effect is really cool and this mouse is super easy to use. I had a wireless mouse before this one and all it ever did was drive me crazy but now, with wired mouse I can easily get work or gaming done with zero aggravation even though I am tethered to a cord it doesn't feel like I am.The cord is nicely wrapped in red and black and is long enough to go anywhere you could need it in my opinion. It glides smoothly over my mouse pad and desk just the same and it fits really nice in my hand as well as other in my household (Large man and Small teenage girl) I do find that sometimes the buttons on the are easily hit, however that could be just because I am not really accustomed to using a gaming mouse with the extra buttons, no big deal though cause I'll get use to it.It arrived real fast and was in a very lovely plastic case with moulded insert to have a nice snug fit in it's box. If I had to do it all over again, I'd still buy this one hands down cause it's wired, color change 5It's good. Not great, but definitely good. First off, for the price, you can't go wrong. It's good, but has its shortcomings. I bought it as a place holder while waiting on a Logitech RMA, and will keep it as my backup mouse.Pros:- Obviously the price, it's a great deal for a good mouse.- Erganomic: It has the general shape of a good Logitech mouse, so it's good for larger hands. I also really love the extra molding on the right side with the built in rest for your ring finger, it's SUPER comfortable.- Quick profile change buttons.Cons:- The thumb buttons could be moved a bit forward.- The thumb grip is very slippery, and in more intense games I find myself re-adjusting the mouse in my grip a lot.- There's adjustment button for the scrool wheel.Neutral Comments:- Clicks are generic feeling, but not bad. I'd equate them to a name brand, non-gaming mouse.- No weight tuning (wasn't expecting any at this price point).To sum up, if you want a good mouse on a budget, this is a good choice. 4Decent quality RGB mouse for the price Bought this for my son as he has been nagging me for an RGB mouse after seeing my Razer Chroma Setup (RGB keyboard, mouse, mouse pad, speakers). Him being only 8 I told him we'll start with something on the cheaper side and if he can show he can take care of his computer equipment i'll eventually buy him a high end one.Anyways, came across this on Amazon search for rgb mouse, bought it and set it up on his computer. The build quality is quite nice and the colors are nice and bright.I dont recall if there was a software to control the lighting schemes but there are presets you can switch between pushing a specific button on the mouse. Also the size feels good in the hand and as far as its performance it seems to be pretty accurate.Overall great price, good mouse. Worth the purchase. 4
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