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- Great for small hands
- Solid build quality
- Comfortable shape for almost all hand sizes and grip types
- Modular back panels
- Wired only
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It was great while it lasted
Came out of the box, and it was exactly the product I was expecting. Looks great, the CPI settings are nice and easy to adjust. All the buttons felt great too, but after about 2 hours of gaming on it, the left click button started to feel spongey, enough for it to even stick down for split second lo...
The XTRFY M42 is an excellent ultra-light gaming mouse with a build quality that feels very solid and a symmetrical shape that should be comfortable for almost all hand sizes and grip types. It also includes modular back panels that add to the ergonomics by allowing you to swap between a flatte...
Mouse with safe shape, good scroll wheel (for browsing) and buttons, no QC issues?
Xtrfy M42 is great, has a modular shell so it's very versatile and you can pick one that works for you, clicks are decent, Xtrfy QA/QC is solid and you shouldn't have an issue there.
Unboxing and Review of the XTRFY M42 (Bad QC Copy - WATCH BEFORE BUY)
Actually, on the bottom side of the mouse easy to depress, i didn't have any issue in games accidentally clicking the button from swiping or pushing down on the mouse. Here's another listen again to the left, click which, unfortunately, for me out of the box, was busted. Despite the issue that i had with the left click, i do have to say that the mouse is pretty awesome
SMOOTH SMOOTH SMOOTH SMOOTH!!!
If you've been looking for a mouse with smoother feet on the bottom and buttery silky smooth tracking then this is the mouse for you. Too many times have expensive mice made my cursor or camera jitter because it was dragging in a jittery type of style. Either the tracking or the feet or something ju...
To me, the rear on the MZ1 looks super flat compared to anything else we have seen.
I've accepted there's probably never gonna be a perfect shape and settled for mice like a modded Viper Mini, UL2, Xtrfy m42 but there really hasn't been a mouse molded for my hand shape I feel. But looking at the dimensions and overall shape of RJN's mouse actually intrigues me because I feel like it might fit me more than most mice.
Xtrfy M42 Review | Quality After a Year
Their new feet on the mz1 is really good um, but on this new m4, i don't know if it's just because of how the feet are designed, but they don't feel like the mz1 feet. I can feel more texture on this mouse than on the m42, which is super super weird by the way um, but yeah. That's pretty much all for the m42 review
Good bang for your buck, but not extraordinary.
Overall a good mouse. The removable shell pieces are feel surprisingly solid despite being held on by only small magnets. No play to them. I prefer to have neither of them on, but the options are nice and give the mouse broader appeal. My only gripes are the main mouse buttons and the cable. I don't...
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