The ability to switch between 400, 800, 1600, and 2000 dpi is becoming fairly standard among performance mice, but still a nice feature.
Few products test boundaries and we commend Sandio on trying something new with mice. There is definite potential for their idea.
The pads on the bottom of the mouse are thick and wide, especially in the rear where the most wear is seen.
While it doesnít feature macros or anything like that, the possibility of having up to 12 extra key presses on your mouse is fantastic for everyone from RTS gamers to MMO players.
Something about the paint or plastic makes the mouse very smooth with little breathing room for your skin. Itís easy to sweat up your hand while using the mouse.
Considering the extra three knobs on the mouse, the ergonomics arenít bad but not quite ideal. The thumb position is especially tricky, though the scroll knob is fairly close to the top 3D Button as well.
Itís not cheap. $79.95 MSRP. Then again, neither was the Razer Copperhead.
A game would have to be designed with the mouse in mind before you can take full advantage of it.