So today we'll peek at the Ozone Gaming mouse. We'll have a look at some of the features the mouse offers, and then on the next pages we'll look into a nice photo-shoot, followed by a test and sure, I'm feeling generous today ... I'll throw in a conclusion as well ;)
A nice blend of a conventional to use mouse, yet once in your hand palm .. it feels like Godzilla in your hand. The right-handed mouse features an adjustable right-side hand support, 7+2 programmable buttons, five Macro modes for gaming profiles and supports up to 5040 dpi via software. Not to mention, the mouse also comes with ceramic footpads and an adjustable weight (includes set with six 5g weights).
The Smog is pretty advanced on the inside as well. We're talking about a high-precision laser sensor called the Avago 9500 (12,000 fps), as well as 16 bit ultra data-path for nifty performance. The mouse sports a 1,000 Hz polling rate, supports 450/900/1800/3600 dpi profiles, and can even be pushed up to around 5040 dpi via software. Tracking speed, however, is fixed, at an impressive 150 inches/second.
The Ozone Smog Gaming Mouse is now available for purchase for 49.90 Euro (about $74).
High Precision Laser sensor Avago 9500 (12000 fps)
7+2 Programmable buttons
16 bit ultra data-path for ultimate performance
Polling rate 1000Hz
450/900/1800/3600 dpi profiles switchable
Customizable DPI profiles through software( Max. to 5040 dpi)
Tracking speed: 150 inch/sec
Rubber left side grip
Soften plastic finger groove on the right side (swappable)
4 way scrolling
Adjust lift button suites your mouse to the mousepad
5 Macro modes allows setting several gaming profiles
Included Software for personal configuration*
Adjustable weight (includes set with 6x ± 5g weights).
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So the new Smog gaming mouse has some pretty dandy features for a mouse. Let's take a look at it and talk you through the product.
Ozone SMOG gaming mouse review Smog is one of the most extreme mouse's I have tested personally in a while and we've seen a good number of them. Smog is as versatile as can be and not only that, it's a very ergonomic mouse with a great feel and guess what, an affordable sales price as well. The Smog features an ergonomic right handed design, it has an embedded Avago 9500 laser sensor, 7+2 programmable buttons, and a DPI settings 5040 (selectable). The mouse also comes with a rubber left side grip, ceramic footpads, an adjustable weight. And sure, Macro modes for gaming profiles as well and 4-way scrolling.