Zalman FG1000 RF inalámbrico Laser 2000DPI Negro - Ratón (Laser, RF inalámbrico, 2000 DPI, 181 g, Negro)
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Del 19 al 25 de marzo de 2018. Descubre más aquí.
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Descripción del producto
Cantidad de botones: 6
Color del producto: Negro
Conectar y usar (Plug and Play): Si
Dimensiones del ratón (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 75 x 169 x 86 mm
Interfaz del dispositivo: RF inalámbrico
Peso del ratón: 181 g
Resolución de movimiento: 2000 DPI
Rueda de desplazamiento: Si
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows 2000, XP, Vista
Tecnología de detección de movimientos: Laser
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One major down thing is somehow this mouse is designed as 2 parts. The part you are holding, and a part is at the front.
That part has no particular reason.
This is a major disadvantage because:
1. It makes the mouse heavier to use. And hard to move. As you are holding it at one end, but somehow it got a pointing separated part at front, it affect you move the mouse when there is "something" wielding at the front. It can be very tiring and annoying.
It makes the mouse too long. And it leads to the 2nd disadvantage.
2. The laser senser is built at the bottom of the front pointing part.
As its built at the front and making the mouse too long, I easily move the mouse too forward and the senser got out of the mouse pad and couldn't sense anything.
I am using normal size mouse pad. The mouse itself is already same length of the mouse pad.
3. THIS IS A MAJOR OF THE MAJORS affect.
Since the senser is at the bottom of the front pointing part, not the part you are grabbing. It REALLY ALTER THE WAY YOU USE.
For all mouse we are using, the senser is right below of your hand. But this mouse, when I want to move left to right, I shouldn't move my palm to get the pointer left to right. Because the senser is not below my palm.
I got to kinda "wield" the mouse left right, because you need to wield the front senser part of the mouse to sense it.
Its hard to use like that. And it goes back to the 1st disadvantage. It you keep wielding the mouse like that, you will got tired and hurt your wrist.
I don't know why they don't build the senser right below the grabbing part. Maybe really wanna imitate the feeling of wielding a real gun, not just move the palm. But I got tired and hurt a little bit, giving me feel should I quit this mouse.
Well... the rest is great. The trigger button really give me feeling of firing a gun when playing FPS. And the scroll wheel and thumb buttons just at right place.
But since the scroll wheel is below your thumb, its hard to click the scroll wheel button. (mostly for FPS, the grenade button)
The second biggest complaint (from other users) is that the mouse itself is flimsy and cheap. I don't find this to be the case. True it doesn't have a space built in that you can add weights to, but because of how your hand rests on the "grip" your connection with this mouse is a lot more natural and fluid, no need for weights IMHO.
If you are male or female with small hands, and the mouse you use now makes you feel like you're palming a boulder all day long, I highly recommend getting this mouse, even if you're not a gamer. (Great for design, as other users have stated)
The ONLY thing I think could use improving on this mouse is the thumb buttons. The other buttons depress easily while the thumb buttons seem a little harder to push. No big deal overall, just something to get used to.
I read allot of people complaining about size, my hands barely fit into XXL gloves and I love the fit. It could have been 1/5" taller and been more comfortable. But I like the mouse anyway.
Some reviewers complained of the fact that the laser is in the front part being a problem. But the fact is, you use less wrist movement moving side-to-side that way. If you have very little space on your desk, I would say this might be an issue, I have room for the longer mouse without issue.
It would be nice if they released a new version that was a tiny bit taller and with a wrist rest to the side. I am sad that it is no longer being manufactured. My only complaint is that the rubber grips on mine peeled off. But that was after 3 years of use so I cannot complain.
I have had this mouse for nearly 6 years now. I sometimes use the low DPI settings to give better finesse while working in SolidWorks drafting. It is my work PC mouse, so it gets 6-10 hours of use every day.
Horizontal movement is great thanks to the sensor being located in that front boxy thing.
Vertical movement severely suffers because of it.
Mostly good software. Nothing amazing.
Blue light on the wheel is annoyingly permanent.
Thumb buttons are kind of stiff, never felt use-able in fast-paced scenarios.
A decent idea. Needs more work.
I'd avoid this thing. Or, at least, try to get one used/try someone else's first.