The holiday season is right around the corner and with so many recent game releases, people are going to be looking into new computer builds and also upgrading their gaming gear. The other issue is that there is many companies out there that are not producing great quality products that can perform and hold up to being used by gamers. Thankfully there are many true gamer related companies out there that are looking out for the best intrested in there gamers from quality headsets to keyboards and mouses. One of those companies is Thermaltake which for years has produced gamer cases and other accessories. Over the past few years they have put some time and R&D into their products and from the past few months of testing with some of their TT eSports line of gear we have been pleased with their performance and are interested in seeing if we can keep getting the same performance out of the Theron Infrared Gaming Mouse. So keep reading on if you are interested in learning about the TT eSports Theron Infrared gaming mouse.
The THERON Infrared is built with both the precision and durability to consistently minimize mis-clicks in RTS games and maximize hit % of those split-second flick shots in FPS games. Not only does the engine shine as the epitome of great design, but also the parts selection only allow for the best and that’s Omron switches implemented throughout the mouse. With a life cycle of 50 million clicks and a braided cable, the THERON Infrared mouse plans to compete as long as you do with sensitivity the way you like it.
The TT eSports Theron comes in the same style box as you have seen in our recent past reviews of the TT eSports Line. On the front of the packaging it has a top overview picture of the mouse with Information about the Theron Infrared mouse. Some of the important things they cover on the front of the box is that there is a function lock button, Battle mode, 128MB Onboard memory and that the mouse is Infrared. The back of the Theron Infrared box has more detailed information about some of the features. That the Infrared optical sensor provides advance tracking, 5 weight adjustable system and that the Theron has Omron button switches.
Once you open up the box you are able to see the Theron itself. One of the neat features that Thermaltake did with their packaging is that they have a cutout at the bottom of the mouse so you are able to see if the mouse fits correctly with your hand. Now that we have all the contents of the packaging out we have a nice carrying case, the Theron Infrared mouse, some stickers and the software CD.
The Theron Infrared by itself in its glory.
For a full unboxing and overview of the Theron Infrared be sure to check out our video below.