The Ozone Gaming Boson mousepad is not fancy, nor is it expensive at $10. It easily rolls up for travel as it is very slim and flexible, or it could be hand for someone who doesn't want a fancy mousepad but would like to protect their desks. The Neon mouse is the far more interesting part of the review at Techgage, as you can see in the picture it is perfectly symmetrical which makes it appropriate no matter which of your hands is dominant. Considering the right handed bias in most gaming mice it is nice to see a product which works for anyone and at $50 it is quite affordable. You can see how well it performs and get an idea of the software which allows you to customize your mouse in the full Techgage review.
"Ozone Gaming might be an unknown player in the gaming peripheral market, but there’s no doubt it’s a solutions provider with ambition. Today we take a look at two of its products, the Boson mousepad and the Neon gaming mouse. Read on for our review on this Ozone Gaming tag team."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse Review @ OCC
- Func MS-2 Gaming Mouse Review @ HiTech Legion
- Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse Review @ Techgage
- Thermaltake POSEIDON Z FORGED Keyboard @ Benchmark Reviews
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that mouse looks identical to
that mouse looks identical to the Zowie FK1, just with a dpi button on top. interesting.