Today we have the Cyber Snipa laser mouse and pad for review. There are a slew of gaming mice on the market today. Models ranging from low budget to some very pricey offerings. Flexiglow, the makers of Cyber Snipa, have brought out a mouse that not only has enough programmable buttons to satisfy the hardcore gamer, it also has the functionality to let you tone down the unit for every day use.
The mouse has two levels of control that it can switch between. With a push of a button, it can utilize 1000 dpi or 2400 dpi. This mouse will be compared to my
current gaming mouse, the Logitech G5.
A quick look at the box with the mouse:
Next we have the view of all of the stuff that is inside of the box: manual, driver / configuration software CD and the mouse. The package came with a letter from their marketing department as well as a CD with some stock images. I still took some pictures as I wanted to give a view of
what it looks like in my environment as well.
I plugged the mouse into my laptop for a quick view of the lighting effects.
1000 dpi mode
2400 dpi mode
The mouse has two different colors so you know what mode the mouse is in with a quick glance. I will be using the mouse to play a few games like Half Life 2 (Main game as well as the quick beta Lost Coast), Quake 4 (single player and Multi player), and Act of war: High Treason for something besides a first person shooter.