Gigabyte Force M7 THOR game mouse review -
So pretty all buttons are programmable (with predifined functions), this mouse however does not accept macro profiles. So yes, some pre-programmed functions can be assigned to it, but that is all. We'll show you that in the next few pages by showing the profile software.
The blue LED indicators display DPI mode primarily selectable in three programmable steps. So here we can cycle through some of the DPI modes.
On top the rubber scroll wheel (scroll-press). The smaller button just above the scroll wheel is the selectable DPI switch with three programmable gradations.
Cabling as stated is rubber. Unfortunately the cable is somewhat stiff and curls up a little. The USB connector according to Gigabyte is gold plated, which looks good but obviously has no added benefit whatsoever. Looks nice though !
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