SPC Gear LIX Plus – Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse
More Proof Of The Sinister Leftist Takeover?
The vast majority of gaming mice are built for the right handed only, with very little options for those in their right minds, to borrow an old meme. SPC Gear is a division of SilentiumPC, and has just released a gaming mouse which doesn’t mostly doesn’t care about your chirality and will fit the same in your right hand as in your left. However, you will find buttons only on the right side so functionality is a bit different for lefties.
The base model LIX sports PixArt’s PMW3325 sensor, while the LIX Plus TechPowerUp reviewed uses the PMW3360 sensor which is capable of up to 12,000 CPI. Whichever model you look at, they both have six Omron switches including the scroll wheel which you can program through their software, which resembles the software which comes with the Glorious Model O. You can also use it to control the three RGB areas, the scroll wheel, the logo at the back, and RGB strip in the body which you can see through the honeycomb cutouts in the body.
TechPowerUp were quite impressed with the quality of SPC Gear’s first foray into gaming mice and the only negative attribute they found during their review was that the mouse would occasionally squeak when you pushed it’s buttons. One might also mention this style of mouse body, which is becoming more common, is a trypophobobes nightmare.
I'm impressed! The ambidextrous LIX Plus is SPC Gear's first foray into the world of gaming mice. A weight of just 59 g, PixArt's PMW3360, Omron switches for the main buttons, and a paracord-like cable surely are a great way to start things off.
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