This was a fun testing as the Theron Infrared has been on my desk for about a week before the launch of Battlefield 4 and well it hasn’t left my desk since. The Theron is one of my new favorite mice to use, a few of the main reasons I like the Theron is the options to configure it and setup different macros. There are only a few games that I personally use macros for while I am playing, like League of legends and Smite and some MMOs. I also happen to use macros for Microsoft Excel sometimes. The software for the Theron is pretty basic and extremely easy to use and understand. Everyone from a novice to an avid gamer will find some settings and everything to their liking.
Gaming with the Theron Infrared has been a pleasant experience as it hasn’t let me down and have been precise, from snap shots while playing Battlefield 4 to Macros while playing Smite. With the Windows 8.1 update I was getting some issues with my mouse and not being accurate. After surfing the web and seeing that I wasn’t the only one having the issues and that it was an issue with Windows 8.1 The Update was knocking down mice with high polling rates and putting them at 125 HZ. Microsoft has since then released a patch. After the patch was applied everything has been running smoothly and fine like there was never an issue. I would highly recommend the Theron Infrared to anyone looking for a mouse. The Theron Infrared is also available in many different other colors.
Currently you can find the TT eSports Theron Infrared mouse for $52.99 at one of my favorite retailers. ThinkComputer.org gives the TT eSports Theron Infrared gaming mouse a 10 out of 10 score and our Recommended Award!
– Lights up Red
– Customizable macros & keys
– Perfect button layout
– Infrared Optical Sensor
– Simple to use software
– Light mouse clicks for fast trigger response
– Recessed light and right mouse buttons was hard to get used to at first