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

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A Closer Look – Saphira


The Saphira is pretty sleek in terms of design, glossy whites assented with black fittings.

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Down the left side you’ll find a tough rubber grip, two side buttons and four LED indicator lights for the DPI level.

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Another grip down the right side.

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The left and right buttons have a deep ergonomic scoop to them, providing a good resting position for your fingers.

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The scroll wheel features a soft rubber grip coating and is clear to allow for LED lighting effects to illuminate it.

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Around the back you’ll find a small TT dragon, and you can also see the mouse has a nice wide back that will work well for palm rest gameplay.

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The cable is of a very nice quality, a good length braided cable, with a custom moulded, gold-plated USB connector.

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There are four slipmats on the base of the Saphira, a profile toggle, func lock, DPI toggle and polling rate toggle, as well as an adjustable weight system. For a mouse that looks simple on the top, there is a lot going on down here that will no doubt appeal to the eSports crowd.

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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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