Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake MO BLK 002 DT
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Drivers suck great other wise.
16 January 2013
Summary: This mouse is fantasic outside of the driver issues (pickup freeze) and the worthless friction ring around the sensor. Or the terrible dust collector of doom as I call it. Easily removed thankfully. Currently trying to get the drivers to work properly so the mouse doesn't freeze when either left alone for a bit or picked up.
Summary: It worked for about an hour then broke. Only the dpi sensor lights were on. I couldn't move the mouse but i could use the buttons normally. The software for it wouldn't even detect it. I couldn't even have a warranty replacement since the actual manufactures website says that they do not cover their products if they are not sold by them, and the seller, isn't the manufacture. So i got a refund, not even full price, and got a new one. Which didn't break.
Summary: This mouse, when working correctly (will elaborate later), feels nice. It seems to work better for people with bigger hands. My thumb cant really reach the thumb button well if I'm using a palm grip. I found that the mouse can accommodate a claw grip but it leaves my wrist in an awkward angle.. At any rate it tracks well and feels nice and smooth. It's pretty light. Even with all the weights in it, it's lighter than my g9x with about 1/4 of the weights in it.
Summary: I have had this mouse for about 3-4 years now and it's still going strong. I bought this when I first built my computer and needed a proper gaming mouse. I didn't really have any experience with gaming peripherals and razer items seemed a touch out of my price range. I decided to get both a thermaltake mouse and headset. To date this mouse has not failed me, I think that is the best endorsement I can really give it.
Summary: A really responsive device at high resolution. We have had this for some time now and used it daily for on-line gaming it has stood up the this demanding use well. If your looking for a gaming mouse I would recommend it.
Summary: minor gripe the software that comes with it doesn't work however everything else does, very sturdy built and comfortable to use, the rubber material makes it easy to rest you hand on and game for hours, very well worth getting if you're serious about gaming.
Summary: Really good mouse for a Gamer like me. It's a nice and big mouse with a 4 function DPI from 1 being the slowest (Around 500 DPI) and 5 the fastest (4000 DPI). It's a USB as well so you don't need the other connectors. Also the Picture is a off because for the logo of the mouse, you won't get the Tt logo but you will get a Dragon on there, but that's nothing much. All in all a really good mouse.
Summary: delivery was prompt and packaged well. came with stickers, which is a bonus i guess. the mouse in use is great, the lights on the side show the speed settings, going up from 100 to 4000. the picture is a bit misleading because the bottom light isnt Tt its actually a dragon but that isnt much of an issue. there is a button on the side to go back in browsers and also works in steam.
Summary: I bought this mouse late November of last year to play my FPS games on my new rig. I am glad to say it had helped me take the lives of many unwitting enemies on your favourite class-based team hat simulator. While playing a particular class that requires quick-switching I have found that the scroll-wheel isn't as responsive as it should be. The mouse is very useful and responsive for general use and games in which scrolling is not important.