Here you can see the top view of the mouse, the two upper buttons control the three DPI levels. The scroll wheel has an x axis and you can assign a function to it when you move it to the left.
The right side of the mouse has an ergonomic grip for your fingers so that you can hold the mouse really securely. Ergonomically it is a very pleasing mouse that sits in the hand quite well. No buttons here, also indicating that this mouse really is for right handed persons only.
At the bottom of the mouse we see a couple of things, first the optical scanner, and we spot Teflon slides for easy navigation over any surface and two latches. The sensor is 3500 DPI selectable at 800, 1800, and 3500 DPI Presets.
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