Excerpt: The mouse that we use for our computers is probably the most important tool we use to interface with our computers. And when it comes to doing various tasks on our computers, we rely heavily on our mouse to be smooth, and provide us with precise movements.
Summary: The Krypton is a very complete mouse. With nine configurable functions, seventy programmable macros, up to 8,200 dpi, an ambidextrous body and switchable under plates, the peripheral caters to the needs of different players. Even the body design is good for both claw-grippers and palm-grippers.
Pros: Very high sensitivity, Ambidextrous body, Changes from right-hand to left-hand profile, Good for claw-grippers and palm-grippers, Innovative change of under plates, Great number of configurable buttons and programmable macros, User-friendly iconography on the application, Well-distributed weight ...
Cons: User can’t see his or her modifications as a whole on the application, No horizontal scrolling on the scroll wheel
Excerpt: The gaming peripheral market is a crowded place with a large number of companies vying for the attention of Enthusiasts. While Cooler Master, Razer, SteelSeries and many others have been around the block numerous times, certain Gigabyte has a long way to go before they can be considered one of the...
Motherboard vendor, Gigabyte, has released a surprisingly good gaming mouse in the Aivia Krypton
Good Gear Guide.au
16 October 2012
Conclusion: The Aivia Krypton mouse is a solid effort from Gigabyte that should appeal to casual to core gamers. We like its customisation, both physically and through software, but we think its overall feel could be a little better.
Pros: Dual chassis and double sided mousepad provides variety, Accurate and highly customisable mouse experience
Cons: Mouse lacks professional construction and feel that competing high range products have, The mousepad is slightly large and demands desktop real estate
Summary: The Gigabyte Aivia Krypton has put in a really good showing here at pcGameware over the last couple of weeks and I have really enjoyed reviewing this mouse. The mouse was really well presented and packaged and gave the feeling that you were opening a premium product despite its very fair price...
Summary: Gigabyte führt unter dem Label Aivia ansprechende Gamer-Peripherie. Mit der Osmium konnten wir hier bereits eine mechanische Tastatur testen, die mit einer soliden Leistung und ansprechendem Design punkten konnte.
Pros: Neutrale Ergonomie (Rechts- und Linkshänder), Zahlreiche Konfigurationsmöglichkeiten + Mausspeicher, Umfangreiches Gewichtesystem, Anpassbare Bodenplatte
Conclusion: Oyuncuların en önemli aksesuarlarından birini elbette ki fare oluşturuyor. Özellikle profesyonel oyuncular için adeta ellerinin bir uzantısı durumunda olan fareye bir hayli yatırım yapmak gerekebiliyor.
Pros: +, Ergonomik yapısı, +, Ağırlık dağıtım düzeni, +, Değiştirilebilir taban ve performans
Summary: Vous l’aurez remarquez, nous avons parlé du prix du tapis dans le test mais pas de celui de la souris. En effet, la souris est excellente, bien sous tous rapports, mais elle est vendue 69,90€. A ce prix, la concurrence est rude.
Pros: Bundle avec deux châssis, Confortable, Ambidextre, Soft intuitif, Prix ?, Deux côtés, Superbe glisse, Prix
Cons: "Krypton", Cran de la molette légers, comme les clics, Prix ?, Rien !