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Thursday, December 10, 2015

aLLreLi 8200 DPI High Precision Laser Gaming Mouse


aLLreLi 8200 DPI High Precision Laser Gaming Mouse

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
• aLLreLi M811Lu Shark Series High configuration gaming mouse: up to 8200 DPI, 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 150 IPS cursor speed, and an Avago ADNS-9800 sensor. Omron micro-switches provide crisp, firm clicks.
• Personalize your mouse to fit your needs: 8 programmable buttons, 5 user profiles, aesthetic and easy-to-use control panel lets you assign actions and record macros like a pro.
•6 DPI sensitivity modes, indicated by the mouse lighting color, multilevel adjustment from 200 DPI to 8200 DPI, supporting 200 DPI stepping adjustment. The LED light can be turned off if necessary.
•Ergonomically designed, long-term use without fatigue; Symmetrical Design - Perfect for Left and Right handed Gamers; 5ft braided-fiber cable with gold-plated USB connector ensures greater durability. Precision, comfort and easy to control. Decent and fashionable.
I am HARD on mice. When I was an amateur graphic designer, it was NOTHING for me to go through 2-3 normal mice a year. One of my friends told me about gaming mice and how they were built more for 'heavy' work, like gaming or any intensive clicking work, such as graphic design.

But I could never find one I really liked. I received a cheap one last year for Christmas and It died this past summer. Then I was using Mama Melissa's wireless gaming mouse by another no-name company and while it worked well, I hated the fact I had to keep AAA batteries on hand, when 95% of my other battery operated gadgets took AA batteries. I also had another weighted gaming mouse by Sentey. While it still works, I put it up because I wanted another wireless mouse. I had plans of buying the wireless version of Mama Melissa's Zelotes wired gaming mouse with my Christmas money.

But when I had the chance to review aLLreLi's gaming mouse, I jumped at it. I was stoked to be reviewing a gaming mouse... and HIGHLY impressed.

This is a larger mouse, but it feels nice in the hand, the surface where the hand rests is coated in what feels like a rubber coating. It keeps the sweaty palms to a minimum, but it also collects fingerprints/oil fast.


^^The mouse and the miniCD

This is mainly a plug & play device, although I did get a miniCD for the Windows drivers and configuration software. I use an Asus Chromebook C300MA and the mouse was detected INSTANTLY by the Chromebook. PLEASE NOTE: the configuration software/CD will *NOT* work on a Mac system.

On each side of the mouse are two buttons. On the left, the buttons control the web browser navigation with back and forward. On the right, the buttons control the volume control, at least on my Chromebook. I'm unsure what they will control on other OSes.

I like the range of DPI speeds. There are 6 'colors' of DPI settings;
Red - Painfully slow. I'm using a LOT of force to move my cursor around the screen.
Green - More responsive than the red setting, but still need force to move the cursor. One of my 3 preferred settings
Blue - The main 'Sweet spot' for me. Perfect response.
Orange - My third preferred setting. I often find myself bumped to this one by accident.
Purple/Fuchsia - A bit too responsive for my likes. Would be good for a MMO shooter game, but I don't play those.
Light/Ice Blue - VERY responsive... I believe the DPI range on this setting is 8200 DPI. I HATE this one.

Disabled folks will want to keep this on the orange setting and lower for maximum cursor control. The Purple/Fuchsia and Light Blue will be WAY too sensitive for most disabled people. Otherwise, this functions like any other mouse.

This is available from Amazon for $24.99.

FINAL THOUGHTS
One of the better gaming mice on the market. You WON'T be disappointed with this mouse.
STARS:
WOULD RECOMMEND: Yes

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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