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Friday, February 10, 2017

aLLreLi X100 7200 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse

aLLreLi X100 7200 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse

Isn't it a pain having to take the time to adjust to a new gaming mouse? You might have thought about upgrading to a high tech laser mouse to enhance game play, but the thoughts of having to adapt might be a big turn off.

But it doesn't have to be that way!

We designed the aLLreLi X100 Programmable Wired USB Laser Gaming Mouse to adapt to you, not the other way around, giving you the gaming experience you want and deserve.

When we say that the aLLreLi X100 Programmable Wired USB Laser Gaming Mouse is a programmable gaming mouse, we really mean it. Our wired mouse can be adjusted in many different ways, giving you a gaming mouse that seems as if it were built to your exact specifications.

AS SENSITIVE AS YOU NEED With six DPI resolution settings (800-1200-2000-3200-5000-7200) this wired mouse will give you the sensitivity level you need for top performance in any game
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY Our gaming mouse is equipped with an AVAGO3310 laser engine that is able to detect your movements with ease
COLOR-CODED LIGHTING The programmable gaming mouse includes six lights that match the DPI settings, making setting the sensitivity simple. You can choose which light matches which and adjust other aspects of the light performance
FULLY PROGRAMMABLE GAMING MOUSE With the included profile and macro editor software, you can map the buttons included in the design to work with your favorite games for faster responses in all types of scenarios
TOP PERFORMANCE Our wired mouse has a 1000Hz Report Rate and a tracking speed: 60 inch/sec, 20G acceleration with full speed transmission when connecting with a USB 2.0/3.0 port
So, this is the 3rd mouse from aLLreLi I’ve reviewed, and I HATE to say this, but it’s my LEAST favorite.

^^What I received^^

It’s a larger mouse, which is common for gaming mice. The buttons are coated with a ‘rubbery’ texture, but it also has chrome accents on it, which gathers fingerprints and ‘sweat dirt’ quite easily… and it makes it nearly impossible to keep clean. (Right now, I have a spot on it that refuses to come off, no matter HOW many times I wipe it)

^^Chrome details on the mouse^^

There are 6 different DPI settings:
RED – 800 DPI – Seems to be fine in a word processor, but seems to ‘drag’ in a browser.
YELLOW – 1200 DPI – My personal ‘sweet spot.’ In person, it’s NOT yellow. It’s more of a lemon-lime or 'Chartreuse’ (or for any WWE fans, DX green)
GREEN – 2000 DPI – Now this is what I consider TRUE green. It’s more along the lines of fluorescent green, but brighter. It’s okay, and I find myself bumped to this one a lot if I’m not careful.
BLUE – 3200 DPI – Usable with concentration, but not one I like to use if I can help it.
CYAN – 5000 DPI – Too sensitive for me. BARELY usable.
PURPLE – 7200 DPI – Pretty color, but impossible for me to use.

This came with a mini CD, which have specific gaming drivers and software to set up game-specific macros, but since I use alternative OSes (Chromebooks and/or Linux Mint), I found no use for the mini CD. Otherwise, this is another Plug-n-Play mouse.

^^Replacement feet/pads^^

One good thing about this mouse is the inclusion of replacement feet/pads. I like this, because if the feet/pads become too scratched or scuffed, this can impact use during game play. I’m not sure if you can buy these replacement pads separately or not.

The main reason I did not like this mouse is the side buttons did not work. I rely on this buttons heavily during use, especially while reading blogs or news websites. Nothing happens when I hit these buttons. I at first thought it was a Chromebook thing, but the buttons still do not work while using Linux Mint. I wouldn’t think I would need the drivers from the CD for this function, since these buttons work just fine on the other two aLLreLi mice I’ve reviewed.

The only problem I see disabled people having with this mouse is the DPI. Some of the settings will be nearly impossible for anyone with a hand/arm disability to use, and the DPI button is NOT recessed. So, quick or spastic movements may change the DPI setting by accident.

This is available from Amazon for $26.99.

Overall, I like the aLLreLi brand of mice… This particular one just fell flat for me.

**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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