The Holey AQIRYS T.G.A. Mouse

Source: TechPowerUp The Holey AQIRYS T.G.A. Mouse

Fancy A Nice Romanian Mouse?

The AQIRYS T.G.A. mouse offers a lot of familiar features, even if the brand is unfamiliar to you.  It contains a PixArt PAW3370 sensor capable of up to 19,000 CPI, Kailh GM 8.0 switches and PTFE feet, with an extra set in the box if you want to swap.  Speaking of extras, there are button spacers to let you customize the stiffness of the buttons, grip tape for the sides and three main button pieces, perforated back covers, and solid back covers in different colours which you can choose between, or swap if you get bored of your original combo.

AQIRYS designed lightweight software to control your RGBs, CPI settings, polling rate and a variety of other features, with everything saved onboard the mouse so you can keep your settings if you swap machines.  The performance was better when wired, but also decent when wireless as long as you keep the polling rate at 1000Hz.  TechPowerUp’s review of the AQIRYS T.G.A. mouse also includes a peek at two mousepads from the same company as a bonus.

In lieu of a wireless S2 from Zowie, AQIRYS takes this quest upon itself with the T.G.A. At a weight of 76 g and equipped with PixArt's PAW3370 sensor as well as Kailh GM 8.0 switches for the main buttons, the T.G.A. delivers up to 50 hours of battery life. Furthermore, extensive hardware and software customization is also possible.

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