Summary: I found the Behemoth laser gaming mouse to not only respond well, but it also performed great on many different surface types thanks to its double laser engine. Most importantly, while conducting the testing my hand was very comfortable and relaxed. Toss in the facts that the Behemoth looks great, is sturdy and well constructed, and you have a winning combination.
Pros: » Extremely comfortable, » Profiles saved directly to the mouse, » Highly customizable, » Adjustable weight system, » Software is easy to use, » Priced at around $25
Cons: » Has a cord attached, » Cord is a bit stiff
Summary: The main and perhaps most important feature of the Behemoth is its size and shape. Indeed, the comfortable, ergonomic design of this mouse is a great practical feature, which takes a step away from the gimmicks of most other gaming mice on the market today. While the mouse is very big, and putting all five fingers on a mouse takes getting used to, the Behemoth is actually noticeably more comfortable than any other mouse I have ever used.
Conclusion: If I could nitpick at one flaw with the Behemoth, it would be the location of the profile selection button. Located on the bottom of the mouse, this button is inconvenient. I believe the mouse would still be comfortable if this switch were located in a finger groove for easy access. Still, the ability to switch between profiles on the fly is more convenient than many mice, and having profiles at all is clearly a win.
Excerpt: Our sister site Arm3D has published a review of the OCZ Behemoth Gaming Laser mouse. One of the first gaming mouse to feature a double lasers engineas well asa weighted system and supports Multi-Profiles.
Conclusion: The OCZ Behemoth is rather an understated and overlooked piece of gaming equipment. Reaching out to gamers is a difficult task even for the seasoned pros like Logitech and Razer, so OCZ knew they would have their work cut out with their double laser gaming mice. The one area the Behemoth really excels itself is its price. How often do you see a gaming mouse than cashes in below £20, in this case £16.99? Not very often.
Pros: Perfectly shaped for right hand users, Adjustable weights, Sleeved USB cable, DPI and Profile indicated via LEDs
Conclusion: To sum things up, the OCZ Behemoth performed well in all tests we conducted on it. It proved to sport great accuracy, work on a mixture of different mousing surfaces and was very comfortable during usage. Most importantly though, it looks fantastic! Moreover, it can be had for a mere £17 which is hardly going to break the bank – even in today’s financial climate. I did spot one oddity though; it looks exactly the same as the Raptor Gaming M3.