Sharkoon is back with a brightly coloured and reasonably priced gaming mouse, the Shark Zone M20. It sports nine buttons including the DPI toggle which ranges between 400 – 3200 DPI and in the back is a compartment to hold the weights which ship with the mouse and allow you to customize it. The yellow lights can be switched on or off and you can set up a pulsation effect if that is your style, but you are stuck with that one colour. Kitguru found it to be a decent mouse, especially as they could purchase it for half the price of similar gaming mice from other companies.
"We look at quite a lot of gaming mice here at KitGuru, many of them sitting over the £50 mark. But what if you only have £25 to spend? Today we are taking a look at the Shark Zone M20 Gaming Mouse from Sharkoon, it boasts many of the same features found on high-end mice, could this be a hidden gem in the saturated peripherals market?"
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My Zowie FK, A4Tech
My Zowie FK, A4Tech X7 (XL-747H and XL-750BK), A4Tech Bloody V7 and Roccat Kova (NOT crappy Kova+, but the GODLIKE original Kova) highly disagree.
I’ll stick with my Zowie fk1.
I’ll stick with my Zowie fk1. Been fantastic thus far,best optical sensor and the fact it does not come with nor was there ever any drivers made for this mouse which i love. True plug in play, i don’t play moba’s so macro’s or all that extra jazz (extra buttons sniper button ect..) i don’t need, just performance which this mouse has very much of.