Zelotes T60 Gaming Mouse 7200 DPI Wired USB Computer Mice for PC Mac 7 Buttons Multi-Modes LED Lights
Size / Weight: 5.7 x 3.9 x 2 inches; 5.6 ounces
Source: product provided by the manufacturer for review
- HIGH QUALITY GAMING MOUSE:High configuration gaming mouse:up to 7200 DPI(800/1600/2400/3200/5500/7200),the default resolution is 1600 DPI,Polling Rate:500Hz,DPI and Polling Rate settings are closely related to the game performance,T60 provides extreme stability while gaming,800 DPI red light flash 6 times, 1600 white, 2400 green, 3200 light blue, 5500 purple, 7200 orange.
- COMPATABILITY FIT: Compatible system:Windows 98/ 2000/ ME/ NT / XP/ win 7/ win 8/ win 10/ Mac OS and other OS,plug & play.
- DESIGN: 7-color cycle breathing + 6 single color breathing ,The LED light can be turned off if necessary
- DESIGN: Ergonomic design,internally and externally,to create the ultimate game concept,long-term use without fatigue
- WEIGHT:Built-in weights Iron,can be adjusted according to your habit, 7 Buttons (Left/Right/Mid/Forward/Backward/DPI/Fire Key),High-end 1.8M braided-fiber cable for greatest durability and signal accuracy
Review: My nephew, who just turned 12, has been asking for a new mouse for a while. The one that came with his laptop doesn’t work very well. When I saw the request for a review of this gaming mouse, I decided to pick it up for my nephew to test. My nephew raved about the mouse when I asked for his opinions in order to write my review. He happily showed off the mouse, pointing out all the bells and whistles.
First of all, the mouse was a good size for children and adults. My nephew is a little small for his age and he had no problem gripping in the mouse. He loved that the mouse also had ridges on both sides for the thumb and pinky to rest on, so that they’re not touching the table or surface the mouse is resting on. And as a minor visual perk, the mouse rotates between seven different colors. It’s especially cool looking in the dark.
There are also multiple buttons on the mouse, each with cool functions. It has the normal buttons for right and left clicking. But then there’s a button for a 1-click (eliminates the double clicking), plus back and forward buttons that are a significant size. There were also a couple more buttons that are specifically there for gaming (and I’ll be honest, he lost me as he was describing their functions). He also liked that the wheel had large grips so that the scrolling is more controlled.
All in all, my nephew is very happy with his mouse and his only complaint is that it is not wireless.