OCZ Behemoth game mouse review -
Pretty much all buttons are programmable. We'll show you that in the next few pages. Here are two extra buttons you can control with your thumb, perfect for assigning a macro or function to it.
Follow the wire ... that is an interesting feature, the Behemoth is capable of multiple cable routes. Also if we look at the bottom of the mouse there are two things that catch the eyes. The first is a plastic lid. let's open it up.
The mouse comes with a customizable weight system. You'll receive five removable weights. I like my mouse a little heavy, so using all five is perfect for me.
Now that is an interesting button at the bottom. You can make several profiles with different buttons, macro's and whatever. The multiple profiles can be saved into the mouse's memory. With a flick of this button you move on the the next profile.
Say you want to program your mouse for normal desktop or office mode .. there you go. Yet once you start a frag-fest .. you can easily switch towards your designed gaming mode with all presets you assigned, handy.
Once powered on the mouse takes on a slightly different appearance for sure. The scroll-wheel does not light up and does not provide any sort of tilt-scrolling features. But on top, we see the on-the-fly DPI switching button. As the sensitivity selection is higher on the mouse, more of the blue LEDs turn on.
We review and test the all new OCZ Behemoth gaming mouse. This gaming mouse is packed with good features and has a great design. Very ergonomic, very well though through and very affordable as well. The Behemoth has five key features. DPI switching, double lasers for double precision (well that the theory at least), it is weight adjustable and it has a braided cloth USB cord, no sticky rubber thing. Next to that the mouse has a little memory which means you can save game profiles in there.