As I said this mouse looks like nothing else out there and it really does. The name Cyborg fits it well as it looks like some sort of Cyborg hand. The mouse has a black design with most of the buttons and accents having a metallic orange color to them. Most of the exterior parts of the mouse are plastic, but have a nice soft-touch finish on them. There is a small little M.M.O. 7 logo on the top of the mouse to let you know what Cyborg mouse this is.
There are quite a few different buttons on this mouse, but let’s start with the top of the mouse. Of course you have your right and left mouse buttons, but each one also has an orange button on the inside. These are the dual ActionLock buttons. When you press one it enables the ActionLock on that mouse button. Don’t you hate having to hold down the left or right mouse button. When you enable the ActionLock it allows for the bottoms to have constant input without you having to press them. This gives you the relief you need to hours of gaming. When you enable the ActionLock there is a LED indication on the button to let you know it is enabled.
In the center of the mouse is the mouse wheel and DPI switch button. The mouse wheel has some nice feedback on it and a rubber coating. The DPI button is actually pretty large. It allows you to switch between 4 different DPI settings, which you can set. To the left of the left mouse button there is a small mode button. This allows you to switch between 3 different profiles. It also lights up 3 different colors to let you know what profile you are on.
Finally you have a horizontal scroll wheel. This is actually a really cool feature. You can set it so that if you scroll left it does one thing and if you scroll right it does something else. Perfect for games, say if you wanted to quickly cycle through items or weapons.
There are quite a few button on the left side of the mouse. The left side of the mouse actually sits on its own, which is something I have not seen before. There are 5 main buttons on the left side of the mouse as well as a directional toggle button that can be pressed up, down, left, right and pressed in. Also on the left side towards the front of the mouse is the LED indicator for what DPI setting you are on. On the opposite side of the mouse is a single button positioned towards the front of the mouse. Its position makes it so you won’t accidentally hit it with your pinky finger.
Flipping the mouse over we can see that the actual chassis of the mouse is made of some type of metal. This means for the most part this mouse will survive your most intense rage quits! There are 5 PTFE “Slick” Feet on the bottom of the mouse. At the center you can see the 6400 DPI ‘Twin-Eye’ laser sensor. There are also 5 removable 6-gram weights. The mouse has a braided cable that matches the color scheme of the mouse and has a gold-plated connector.
May 29, 2015 0