“ Sharkoon Blue Touch Optical Midi Mouse - Mouse - optical - 3 button(s) - wired - USB „
This was my previous mouse before purchasing Rush Fireglider recently. Ironically, both mouses are made by the same manufacturer but with different branding. The wire is approximately 2m long so it is adequate for a little movement. It is geared towards gamers although it doesn't feature many programmable buttons.
Ergonomically, the mouse does feel a little uncomfortable when using it for prolonged periods and the elevation (angle) can leave the end of the palm feeling a little stiff. The left and right clicks sound a little sharp but are responsive none the less. It is a tad bit annoying when you start hearing every click as the action is a little springy. The scrollwheel however is good and its motion is inaudible. The action too is quite smooth and feels very responsive. That said, clicking the middle mouse produces the same springy sound. A pity.
The sensitivity is faultless however and is very responsive. By default the sensitivity is enough to take you past most FPS games without needing to alter settings. I could however have done without the glowing scrollwheel and logo as it adds nothing to the mouse overall.
Build is of decent quality and no gripes with it there except the paint came off rather quickly. I don't know how much it would retail for now, but ebuyer had it for £29.99 six months ago.
It is a bit on the light side and I like my mouses heavy. I would honestly give it a miss for above mentioned issues and consider looking at later Sharkoon models or the Rush Fireglider which has weights.
With its precise scanning by a sensor and its ideal grip because of the "baby-skin"-surface coating the new SHARKOON mouse provides current technology. The comfortable input device reaches optical perfection with the blue luminous scroll-wheel and logo.