Leetgion El Druin game mouse review -
Final words and conclusion
Final words and conclusion
The El'Druin is a nice addition to gaming mice within its class. It stands out having a very unique design and innovative functionality. Now the mouse works out great for me personally, but itsure, the design and positioning of the buttons might not be everybody's cup of tea alright. It took me a while to get used to it. After a few days however things will go much faster as you will get the hang of things.
Another thing you'll need to get used to is once you selected a DPI mode, you'll quickly need to switch and press that button again. If you leave it at DPI mode and game onwards, you will touch the wheel by accident and thus change the DPI. The last comment would be the overall weight, it is not a light weight mouse and I certainly like that, but here again that's not everybody's cup of tea. Perhaps Leetgion should look into a weigh system for this as it might be a little too heavy for some of you.
Overall it's a good mouse alright, with good looks and a fairly comfortable feel. Playing games with it is a pleasure once you get a hang of things and it is mostly recommended for strategy and RPG games. First person shooters, not so much. In desktop mode you'll be working with the mouse versus a steep learning curve as well. The overall quality is great, it is sturdy comes with good components, long braided cable and gold plated USB connector.
Overall though the mouse is great with a good grip in your hands, the software engine is too a little complicated for some. The overall feel of the mouse is good as well. The curves and sizes match my hands quite well and during gaming you simply do not pay attention to the mouse as if it is non-existent. And that is great as it becomes an extension of your mindset.
It has unique looks. So the build quality overall is great alongside its features. For roughly 60-70 EUR the mouse is not cheap though, we get to have the 5000 DPI laser engine, controllable DPI selection, and you get a mouse that is fairly unique to work with. The buttons give a good feel and response feedback when pressed. We also like the Teflon base.
The Leetgion El'Druin can be purchased in stores and prices to hover at roughly 60-70 EUR, you do receive an RPG genre optimized mouse that is well designed. Realistically, it's a great mouse that serves the RPG genre gamers really well. Again it will take a little time to get used to, but overall we can most definitely recommend it.
Leetgion released the El Druin game mouse which we review, the high DPI mouse is made by leetgion, the guys behind Thermalright. The mouse has all the features you may expect from a nice game mouse at a true gamers price level. Perhaps something you want to check out ? Head on over into the review.