LTC MoshPit WHM-01 Gaming Mouse, Neither Heavy Nor Metal
At Least They Didn’t Call It KIS?
We do not recommend convincing any miners you happen to know that this mouse will mine Litecoin for you, but if you do please let us know. Instead this is a mouse from Leading Technology Composites, an unfamiliar company which chose very familiar parts including Huano switches and a PixArt PAW3335 sensor. The shell features the open honeycomb design which has become quite popular among some users, especially those that prefer a lightweight mouse but there is also a solid back cover you can swap in if you prefer, which also has the benefit of hiding most of the RGBs inside the mouse.
As you would expect you can adjust the CPI from 100 to 16,000 and the polling rate can be adjusted from 125 to 1000 Hz but what you might not expect is that this mouse is both able to connect over USB-C and wireless. You might also notice in the image where they compare it to the extremely similar Logitech G Pro Wireless that the review model is left handed, something that can be hard to find for our sinister friends.
The price of $50 seems to be justified from TechPowerUp’s testing, the CPI is not particularly stable and they noticed deviations when using the mouse. They also noticed quite a bit of latency in the time between clicking a button and the action being registered on the PC. In all it is a decent mouse for general usage but perhaps not a great choice for gaming.
A GPW-like symmetrical shape with detacheable side buttons on either side, PixArt's PAW3335 sensor, dual wired and wireless connectivity, and a 87 g honeycomb design, all for $49.99? Seems like a stretch, so let's see how the MoshPit WHM-01 holds up in practice.