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 – Mizar


The Mizar is really nicely designed and features a slightly smaller body than the other two mice.

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Down the left side you’ll find a firm rubber grip and two switches.

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An even bigger rubber grip on the right side. This mouse will be great for those who play with a claw-grip.

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There are two programmable buttons above the scroll wheel, the wheel its self is coated in grippy ruber and features a clear plastic internal wheel with LED back lighting.

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The left and right mouse buttons are both separate moulds from the rest of the mouse, unlike the other two mice which feature a single piece top panel.

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The back of the mouse is nice and wide and the right side extends further to provide a good finger resting position. The CM Storm logo at the back is clear and LED back-lit.

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The cable features a high quality braiding and a gold plated USB connector.

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There are four small slip mats on the base of the mouse and a small opening in the centre for the sensor.

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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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