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Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Azurues Optical Gaming Mouse Review: Page 2 of 4

Azurues Introduction By Shane N.

Azurues Features

Contents and Specifications

  • Azurues Optical Gaming Mouse
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • Warranty Policy
  • Sticker
  • Carry Pouch
  • 1.68 m Braided Cable
  • Weight-in Design: 3 x 4.5 Gram Circular Weights
  • USB Connection
  • DPI: 400/800/1600
  • Frame Rate: 6400fps
  • Operating Current: 51mA (max)
  • USB Report Rate 500 reports/sec

Aesthetics

The Azurues has a nice rubber finish on the top of the mouse with a glossy black texture on the sides and bottom. There are no side buttons for backward or forward on this mouse which is a shame since I am so used to using those kinds of buttons. There is a middle button on the scroll wheel and a DPI switcher on the bottom of the mouse. Its overall shape is very standard and simple. It almost looks like a standard Dell or Microsoft mouse back in the day with the school computers.

Weight-In Design

As mentioned earlier there are three weights that are rated at 4.5 grams which are located on the bottom of the mouse. I do not see the influence the weights have since the mouse’s weight did not change much at all. During testing I just left them in the mouse since I favored heavier mice like the Logitech Performance MX Mouse.

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