CM Storm Mizar, TteSports Saphira and Balista MK-1 Head-to-Head Mouse Review

by - 6 years ago

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A Closer Look – Balista MK-1


The MK-1 is really nicely designed, with lots of buttons, lights and different textures around its body.

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A large recess on the side with rubber grip makes for great ergonomics and allows your to really get a hold on the mouse. There are two side buttons, as well as a two way thumb-slider for toggling the DPI settings

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More ergonomic bumps and curves on the right provide a good resting position for your fingers and there are two more programmable buttons on the front right edge.

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The scroll wheel is four directional, clickable and features a grippy rubber coating for extra control. There are two more programmable buttons down the centre of the mouse.

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The top of the mouse (the red part) is a soft touch rubber coating that offers loads of extra grip, great for those who suffer with sweaty hands while gaming.

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The back of the mouse is quite narrow, which does leave you with a semi-claw style grip, may not be suitable for those with big hands who like a palm rest style of gameplay.

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The sensor is located near the front left corner of the mouse, and you’ll find three good size Teflon slip-mats around the outer edges.

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The cable is covered with a superb quality braiding in a stylish black and red, finished with a gold plated USB connector.

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Article Index

  1. Introduction
  2. A Closer Look - Balista MK-1
  3. A Closer Look - Saphira
  4. A Closer Look - Mizar
  5. Sensor Performance
  6. General Performance
  7. Software
  8. Final Thoughts
  9. View All

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