Usage & Testing
Not only does the Cyborg M.M.O. 7 have quite a few different buttons it also have a lot of addons and adjustments that you can make. So we made the video below to show you all of that plus to go over the software and show you what the lighting looks like on the mouse.
As I said in the introduction of this review of the mouse is extremely comfortable, so playing any game whether it is an MMO or a FPS you shouldn’t have any issues. One thing that was a surprise to me was that as soon as I started to use the mouse my hand was instantly comfortable. There was no break-in time, which is normally what happens when I decide to change my mouse. Now if you do decide that your hand is not that comfortable you can easily make adjustments or replace one of the pieces with the extra ones included. We went over all of that in the video above.
As far as games I played quite a few using the M.M.O. 7, but I as far as actual MMO’s go I played Tera exclusively. Tera is a very action-based MMO so having a lot of different buttons on the mouse for various actions was definitely a plus. Normally with MMO’s I would have to set my 1-9 keys for different items and action, but now I could do all of that with my mouse. This allows my left have to stay on the WASD keys for more precise and comfortable gaming. The ActionLock functionality was also a nice added plus to have, it is perfect for MMO’s.
Besides just Tera I played a bunch of different games like Payday: The Heist, Battlefield 3, Realm of the Mad God and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The mouse again was very comfortable playing this types of game, which most were first-person shooters. One thing that I really liked was the horizontal scroll wheel. It allowed me to easily scroll through different items and weapons. It is probably one of the most useful components of the mouse. The precision aim button is a very good feature for FPS gamers. Slowing down the mouse cursor will allow you to get that perfect headshot.
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