We were not able to determine what exactly is inside the Bloody V8, but we can make comparisons to a mouse that has nearly an identical design: the Cooler Master Storm Recon.
The DPI profiles are nearly the same in terms of changing colours:
The left side has the same two-button layout:
The CM Storm Recon is ambidextrous, hence it has two additional buttons on the right side:
On the bottom we see the same teflon strips. While the CM Storm Recon has an optical Avago 3090 sensor alongside Japanese Omron button-switches, the A4Tech Bloody V8 lacks that the internal information as we have said throughout the review.
TESTING METHODOLOGY AND BENCHMARKS
The Bloody Mouse Shooting Speed Test program is a rarity in that it is one of only a handful of programs out there made for testing mice. We typically do not see any benchmarks for mice due to their subjective nature; that plus there really is no need. Nevertheless, it is exciting to see a mouse-benchmarking program however basic (or comprehensive) it may be.