Reviews and Problems with Silverstone RVM01B Raven Gaming Mouse
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Silverstone RVM01B Raven Gaming Mouse SST-RVM01B
28 October 2008
Conclusion: The Raven though isn’t without it’s faults, and it’s certainly one of those mice that you’re going to either love or hate. There are some things that need to be addressed with this mouse and it’s design before it can become any real competition for companies like Razer, Logitech and the others out there that have been designing gaming mice for a long time.
Pros: Well made, Sensitive, works on any surface, Easy to use, Tracks very well
Cons: Large and heavy mouse, Scroll wheel on side can be annoying and get in the way, Display covered by hand when using
Conclusion: I like what SilverStone has done with the retail packaging for the Raven. I am already a fan of crows, and ravens are birds of the same family, so it adds a little something for me that there are accents on the package. Additionally, there's plenty of product information covering the box that serves to inform the consumer. Once the Raven is removed from the package, super-sleek looks shine from the combination of carbon-fiber palm finish and unique button placement.
Pros: 3200 dpi Philips PLN2030 twin-eye laser, Custom X and Y axis sensitivities, Super-slick Teflon pads, Unique 3D flip thumb wheel, Exciting product appearance
Cons: Poor button placement, Not conventionally ergonomic, High-priced premium product, OLED Display is completely covered during use
Conclusion: Just from looking at the RAVEN, it is obvious Silverstone put a ton of effort into the design. Carbon fibre and durable plastic give the mouse the weight to scream high quality. Meanwhile, perfect balancing allows you to move this thing as fast as your little gamer arm can move without a chance of it feeling unbalanced. Independent X and Y dpi settings, a nifty OLED screen, and seven customizable buttons in five different configurations fill out a great set of features.