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A4Tech G10-810H
8.3 out of 10

A4Tech G10-810H

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Overall 6

It's good

Aaron R., Newegg
25 May 2014
  • Pros: I use this mouse for gaming and it's cheap, precise, and has decent macro software.
  • Cons: It's small and very light weight. Great if you have small hands I guess.
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Overall 8

Pretty good.

Willy J., Newegg
1 January 2014
  • Pros: Love the feel. Lasted me longer than a year.
  • Cons: Battery life is somewhat short. Not impossible to deal with.
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Overall 10

Best Mouse I Ever Owned!

Dan B., Newegg
30 October 2013
  • Pros: Wow, I can't believe all the negative reviews. And are computers only used for gaming? I don't think so! I have owned several "name brand" (mostly Logitech & Microsoft) mice over 20+ years. This one by far it the best size, feel and precision. I do CAD work with it. It is very precise. It has the...
  • Cons: The factory battery only lasted about two weeks. At least it uses a AA battery.
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Overall 2

Doesn't work

Ben K., Newegg
20 May 2013
  • Summary: I also never got anything for the supposed mail in rebate.
  • Pros: Cheap
  • Cons: Mouse is very jumpy on me. It is never very responsive and will often turn off and I have to click to get it to turn back on. This makes this mouse worthless for gaming (which is what I intended on using it for) amd still quite awful for anything else. Yeah it's cheap but it's not worth it.
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Overall 8

Pretty good just 1.5 issues

Martin S., Newegg
30 March 2013
  • Summary: Relatively solid mouse for the cost. Definitely worth it though.
  • Pros: The mouse is nice and form fitting Cheap Decent amount of buttons Wireless
  • Cons: The one button that changes the mouse modes will direct you to a webpage every time you press it. Still working on a way around it. And its just a bit too small, 1/4 to 1/2 inch bigger and itd be perfect.
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Overall 10

Good Cheap mouse

Travis H., Newegg
15 March 2013
  • Summary: You get what you pay for. The mouse is less than $20, works decently, programmable, laser, and overall great FOR THE PRICE. Do not buy this mouse if you want to play World of Warcraft for 18 hours straight day after day. Buy yourself a real gaming mouse!
  • Pros: Price, good for desktop or laptop use, programmable buttons, tiny receiver that fits snugly into the bottom of the mouse, laser, the hole less design seems like it could be useful.
  • Cons: It feels somewhat cheaply made, noticed an occasional lag, just a little small for me. Not entirely sure about the company overall. Warranty period is a bit short and for a company of this type. This was the big hangup with purchasing this mouse
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Overall 4

A4 G10 Mouse annoying studders

Esko H., Newegg
1 February 2013
  • Summary: If the studdering was resolved I'd highly recomend this mouse. The software is very nice and not too bloaty, although some might say that it is.
  • Pros: Love the 5 button setup with the mini button next to the scroll wheel. The mode switch button is also super usefull, I would otherwise not use the multimode option. CHEAP.
  • Cons: Studders after using it for a few hours. I've tried using it on diffrent surfaces but it still studders for a few minutes then magically it goes back to normal. Its annoyed me enough that I just ordered a logitec. CHEAP.
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Overall 6

First Impression

Daniel B., Newegg
4 January 2013
  • Summary: I suppose if I really took the time setup all of these profiles and macros i could do everything with 3 fingers. Whose got time for that.
  • Pros: Lot and lots of options Does unexpected and interesting things with MS office. Random clicking (left right left) in excel auto summed an array. If only I could remember how i auto filled a form.
  • Cons: Wanted to see of a gaming mouse would make me more productive, sadly no. Slippery, feels small considering it is a full size mouse, wheel is ok and bad; profile too low, no-tilt scroll, bad button action.
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Overall 6

It is what it is

chris o., Newegg
3 January 2013
  • Summary: it would be a fantastic mouse if it would keep a solid connection and didn't have the 2 preprogramed buttons... I might toy with the macros and try to find a workaround. Connection, though, its possible I have some interference comming from somewhere... but I can't find it
  • Pros: its wireless its got 7 buttons its cheap
  • Cons: 2 buttons have preprogramed macros so that its really only a 5 button mouse connection to the usb reciever is sketchy even after playing with the frequensies and channels
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Overall 10

Great Budget Mouse

Annie Y., Newegg
10 December 2012
  • Summary: For the price of 15$ SH+H+Tax this mouse is a steal. My hands aren't HUGE but the are pretty big and this mouse fits pretty nicely (Claw grip). Build quailty is actually good and no lose parts or anything. The no laser part is something to get use to.
  • Pros: This mouse is cheap and fully functional. You can assign up to 7 different button despise what other reviewers say. Its just that scroll up and scroll down is those "buttons" Quality is good surprisingly. The software for it is very thorough and useful I can change everything on the fly whether i...
  • Cons: Well technically it isn't a con but when you first start with the mouse its Click to wake up but you can change that I didn't know that you could from the software.
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