Whenever you hear of a company that may not be that brand name you are used to hearing, it could be considered that this brand may not live up to the expectations of that brand name you know so well. However, when you bring that brand home and release that it is almost exceeding expectations, you become pleasantly surprised. Today we would like to introduce to you, i-rocks and their M20E illuminated gaming laser mouse.
As part of their Golem Series, this gaming mouse is one name you should remember the next time you go out shopping for your next gaming mouse. Now, what do we mean by this? Take a read to find out!
PACKAGING & SPECIFICATIONS
The front of the M20E shows a rainbow coloured mouse erupting from flames, below which the main features are outlined. Unfortunately the packaging didn’t fair well in shipping and the bottom was ripped. Not to worry though, the mouse remains perfect and unscathed.
The backside of the packaging, while mostly in an Asian language, provides you with an insight as to what the M20E features.
When we flip open the clamshell like packaging, we see that the mouse with its mirror finish. Inside you will find the M20E as well as the quick start manual.
The mouse is 127mm in length, 69.5mm wide and 43.5mm in height, weighing in at 140g. This is an ambidextrous mouse that is outrageously and surprisingly comfortable to use. It is a bit larger than your average gaming mouse, but we like the feel!
The top of the mouse features an illuminated scroll wheel, that is wrapped in a thin rubber exterior. This is situated between the left and right clicked, which lead down towards the mirror finished. The other direction leads you to the 180cm length USB cable.
On the each side of the M20E you will find the two buttons for quick ease to forward and back. You will also find an anti-slip rubber coating found closer to bottom of the bottom of the mouse.
The bottom of the mouse is surpassingly complicated compared to the remainder of the mouse. By that we mean, there’s a lot going on. You will find the switches for controlling DPI, Polling, Color or the side buttons.
The internal specifications of the M20E as rather basic, take a look below:
- Adjustable resolution ranging from 400, 800 and 1600 DPI
- Adjustable report rate from 125, 500 and 1000 Hz
- Maximum power consumption of 100 mA