The Theron Infrared is built pretty solid It has a nice feel to it. With a top down view you are able to see almost all of the mouse. On the top down view you are also able to see the TT eSports dragon logo which will light up red when the USB is plugged in.
The scroll wheel on the mouse has what looks like upside down C’s as the grip surface. Below that is the DPI up and down settings but you can also map those later on to be other keys or macros. On the left side of the mouse you have 2 buttons which again can be programed for your playing style. Towards the bottom of the Theron you are able to see a clear line. This line lights up red when the Theron is plugged in.
Looking at the Theron from the front you are able to see that the Theron right and left mouse buttons are recessed into the mouse. On the right side of the Theron you have a single button and also the clear line which will light up red when the Theron is plugged in.
The bottom of the Theron you are able to see that they made the mouse skates cover a good bit of the bottom of the mouse. There is a switch for lock and unlock, which is for the function profiles incase you didn’t want to accidentally want to press certain functions. Next to that is a button for polling rate and profiles.
Upon opening up the bottom of the Theron you have 5 weights each is 4.5 grams. It is pretty heavy with all the weights in the Theron. TT eSports also has a velcro cable tie built into the black sleeved cable. The Theron has a thick USB plug which makes it pretty easy to put in and take out of your PC.