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- Great for gaming
- Ambidextrous shape
- Lightweight and well built
- Customizable RGB backlighting
- Dedicated DELUX M800 software compatible with Windows
A good razer viper mini clone with wireless connectivity. (Got the 3335 Version)
I purchased a Razer Viper Mini in 2020 and fell in love with the shape of it. I always said I would buy a wireless version of it in a heartbeat so when I spotted this by chance I decided to grab it since it was around the same price. The shape is very similar so it was an easy adjustment period and ...
DELUX M800 Wireless
It's light and feels well-built, although there's some wobble in the scroll wheel, and the mouse rattles when shaken. You can customize the RGB backlighting and remap all of its buttons using the dedicated DELUX M800 software compatible with Windows.
ULTIMATE Budget Wireless Mouse! Delux M800 Mouse Review ($45 Viper Mini Ultimate 😳)
Oh, this is sluggish or anything you're able to perform in game, and i really did like this mouse. It is gon na get the boards a budget seal of approval. It's not going to get the full seal of approval, but if you're on a budget want a wireless mouse, this is my go-to recommendation
Fragile and Misleading
I needed a travel mouse, and this one seemed to fit the bill. Lightweight, wireless, and a good enough sensor. However, it became clear things didn't pan out as well as I was hoping it to. Firstly, the images show Red Kailh switches being used for M1 and M2. This is false, they use regular Chinese O...
The DELUX M800DB is a decent mouse, the size is in between the popular mice which its shape is inspired by. Pros: - Highly affordable - Premium coating - Side buttons are better than its counterpart(s) - The clicks are crispy - Safe mouse shape - No noticeable latency - Similar weight to Razer Viper...
Don't get the 3325 version
The 3325 wireless version of this mouse is terrible, there's tons of rattle around the mouse including the sensor. The mouse feels cheap and the sensor can't even track on my mousepad. I'm using a custom printed cloth mousepad.
The sensor is trash and many other features
So I've owned a good amount of mice ranging from the viper ultimate to a corsair harpoon. So for being $45 i wasnt expecting too much but it was a bit overhyped from mouse content creators. First off, the sensor is horrid. I purchased the 3335 version and every other inch it was glitching all over t...
I think my adventure is end.
I have used G304, g102, g403, sensei 310, sensei ten, gpw, rival 110, zowie ec2, razer viper, zowie s2, razer viper mini, delux m800 wireless, mm710, aerox 3 both wired and wireless version. (My adventure, in order). And now this boy. Idk why, i havent posted anything on this subreddit so this is my first post, but the moment i hold this mouse, i know it is the one for me immediately.
Comfortable with nice features, but pitiful battery life
Been using Logitech M510 mice for at least 10 years, and wanted to try out new mice with different features, maybe extra buttons. Mostly software development; some gaming and graphic design, but always long periods of use. Mouse fits well i n the hand for extended periods of use. It's very lightweig...
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