PRODUCT: E-Blue Mazer II
PRICE: $22.89 BLACK
DIMENSIONS: 8 x 3 x 8 inches
WEIGHT: 8.8 ounces
DESIGN & BUILD QUALITY
The E-Blue Mazer II is designed using the Air Wing concept and has a ergonomic design for right handed gamers. It has a matte black or white finish, the bottom is made of glossy plastic and the scroll wheel has a rubberized texture.
There are rubberized foot pads and the mouse did feel very comfortable in my hand during game play. There is no braided wire and gold usb connector on this one because it is completely wireless.
SPECS & FEATURES
The E-Blue Mazer II has four different adjustable DPI settings, 500,1200,1800 and 2500 which can be adjusted via the dpi buttons on the mouse. The mouse only has one LEDS light which is blue so unfortunately you can’t set different colors for the different DPI settings and this can make it difficult to keep track of which setting you are currently using during game play.
The wireless gaming mouse includes 6 buttons which I had to set-up during game play due to there being no software and it has a dedicated DPI button on the top of the mouse. The back and forward buttons where conviently placed on the side as well as easy to reach while playing a game. The mouse comes with batteries and because of my medium use it seemed to last about 6 months pretty similar to the Zhi Zhu ET X-08 wireless gaming mouse that was included in the post I wrote entitle “Top Ten Affordable Gaming Mice“.
While Playing FPS I found the E-Blue Mazer II to not be as responsive as I would like but while playing games that required more use of the Keyboard then the mouse I didn’t find it to be as big of a deal.
The e blue mazer II 2500 dpi wireless gaming mouse is a very appealing gaming mouse which comes in black or white and if I had to choose the white has a bolder look but admit I am partial to white devices. It has 6 buttons but there is no software to program then so you will have to program the buttons inside the game and there is only one led light which isn’t like other gaming mice that have multiple leds that can be attached to the different DPI settings. The mouse isn’t very responsive when playing FPS, so if you play a lot of first person shooters I would stay away from this mouse but if your playing actions adventure games or racing simulators it most likely will not bother you as much.
Overall if your looking for a decent affordable wireless gaming mouse for on the go gaming then check out the E-blue Mazer II wireless gaming mouse and any question about the mouse please leave it in the comment section of the “Top Ten Affordable Gaming Mice” post! When possible I like to get matching accessories and the company who makes the E-blue Mazer II also makes the E-Blue E-3lue MAZER Type-X 4 gaming keyboard so be sure to check that out as well.