Gigabyte Force M7 THOR game mouse review -
So then, we test and review the Gigabyte Force M7 THOR Gaming Mouse. We mentioned in our mouse reviews many times now, it is a very crowded place to be in the PC gaming hardware arena, especially when it comes to keyboards and mice. Whether you have 5 bucks to spend or 100 EUR, there WILL be a product matching that budget. Simple mice, small mice, mice dedicated to games, mice with multiple scanning lasers, mice with adjustable weight systems, and on and on.
A year or two maybe three ago Gigabyte launched their Keyboard and mouse series of products onto the market as well, and ever since delivers some of the hottest amongst them to you, the end user.
Their Aivia products are aimed at the gamers and more-overly are segmented in mice and keyboards for an enthusiast grade of end user. This review will come from Gigabyte's Force lineup. The more simple and affordable products. The Gigabyte Force M7 THOR Gaming Mouse as such Is a stylish 6000 DPI mouse that comes with a professional-grade laser sensor offers lightning fast 12,000 FPS image processing capability.
We stated it already, these are the more affordable budget mouses and as such a lot has been stripped away, no braided cables, no macro programmable profiles, no weight system. However the FORCE M7 THOR mouse does come in a ergonomic design, has great looks and DPI programmability.
But please a peek at the product and then let's head onwards into the review, will the 29.99 EUR price tag be worth it with regards to features and functionality? Let's find out.
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