The Mionix Castor gaming mouse is for those right-handed people who are looking for a basic LED glow and programmable buttons that number under a dozen. On the Castor there are six in total, two of which sit under the thumb on the right hand side of the mouse which is why lefties are not going to enjoy using the Castor. Using Mionix's software you can program those buttons as you see fit as well as adjusting the DPI between 50 to 10,000 and split the X and Y axis if you so desire. You can also vary the USB polling rate, Angle Snapping, Angle Tuning, Pointer Speed and Lift Distance to be saved in one of five profiles which you can jump between using the button at the top. Techgage with the overall design of the mouse as well as the number of features hidden in this unassuming mouse. Check out their full review if you are looking for a new gaming mouse.
"Mionix’s marketing strategy of naming its products after heavenly bodies is brave. It’s good, then, that the company succeeds more often than not in designing stellar products. Will its Castor, named after one of the brightest of stars visible in our skies, live up to its billing? Or will it explode like a supernova amidst such galactic expectations? Read our review to find out!"
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