Top critical review
2 April 2019
It's heavy as everyone here said but when you game you can barely notice it. I got used to it within a few hours but if you drop it once it might not be in one piece considering the weight and the material it's made out of. If you have small hands the first thumb button would be hard to reach. The dpi settings can be changed from 200dpi upto 4800dpi but it only goes up 200dpi each setting so if you wanna set something like 900dpi you won't be able to. RGB requires you to keep the redgear software minimized in order to stay in the same configuration otherwise it resets back to the default 7 color cycle which is pretty annoying. It's alright for it's price i won't compare it to Logitech.
Update : One month and 19 days the mouse is skipping some movements now and then. It is not noticeable in games that much but in productivity tasks. Redgear software doesn't even have an option to auto launch at windows start up and it doesn't save the last saved settings after restart, so either i have to set up the dpi again or load a configuration file. If you are into serious gaming avoid this or just use it as a temporary mouse then upgrade. Wish i went with Logitech.
Update 2 : Here we go right click is malfunctioning! A gaming mouse without right click? Ok!!