- About the Gamdias Zeus P1 RGB Mouse…
- Mouse Design, Software Overview and Tracking
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For its size, the Gamdias Zeus P1 RGB is a very lightweight mouse. Though it is subtle, there is a noticeable weight offset towards the right side. Some might be bothered by it, while some will take to get used to. Tracking is fine but I am glad to see side navigation buttons along with preconfigured DPI switches have a satisfactory tactile response. The side grips are well done. At first, I thought this mouse is made for those obsessed with RGB lighting. It is a generalization you can’t help making seeing that one of its key points is double-level RGB.
The final click!
While that’s the first impression such mouse makes, there are other retaining points. The actuation of all the keys and the quality of the shell is good and its macro setting is too detailed to keep some gamers happy. The shape of the casing makes it good for claw and palm mouse grip users. I am not a fan of paracord cables as many manufacturers have its cables very stiff. This has a good amount of flex so cable managing behind the PC system isn’t a problem.
It is not a bad choice for the cost though it would take some time for users to get used to it. The Hera utility has many manual settings and the layout is done rather well.
- Shell Design
- Optical Sensor
- Good Tracking
- Satisfactory tactile response from switches
- Offset weight during lift-off could take time to get used to
— Hardware BBQ (@HardwareBBQ) April 30, 2017