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Epic Gear Meduza Gaming Mouse Review

Epic Gear Meduza Gaming Mouse Review

Epic Gear Meduza Gaming Mouse Review

The Epic Gear Meduza Gaming Mouse

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The Meduza measures approximately 130mm long, 65mm wide, 30mm high and it weighs in at 170g. The top of the mouse has a hard matt black surface that enhances grip and it features light up Epic Gear and Meduza logos at the palm rest along with a light up scroll wheel. Epic Gear tells us that the mouse buttons will survive ten million clicks and we noted that the left mouse button also features extra shaping for precise control and comfort.

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The left side of the mouse is the home to the other three of seven buttons that the Meduza has. Here we have (by default) a browser back button, a browser forward button and the profile select button which is located above the DPI level indicator. As well as these buttons the left side also features an extended thumb rest which provides us with support for those long gaming sections.

While the right side of the Meduza is absent of any additional buttons, it is not without features as we have more of the ergonomic design that was co-developed by pro gamers and Epic Gear. Specifically an enhanced pinkie grip for better comfort.

Of the seven buttons six are fully programmable and we also have the ability to add macros with five gaming profiles.

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The underneath of the Meduza is coloured the same eye catching hue as the packaging detail. Above and below the sensors we find what Epic Gear describes as "Ultra Swift Big-size Teflon Feet."

The three way switch located below the sensors allows us to change between the Laser, Optical and HDST modes that the mouse offers and while in optical mode we have 400, 800, 1600 or 3200dpi. The middle setting on the switch gives us HDST mode which has four customisable DPI levels via GUI of up to 4800dpi, a tracking speed of up to 200ips and an acceleration speed of up to 30 G. Moving the switch to the final position allows us to use the mouse with the laser sensor only, up to 6000dpi. Lift off distance is set at 1mm and polling rate up to 1000Hz.

Then inside the Meduza we have an ARM 32-bit Cortex™-M3 CPU and 128KB of on-board memory. This allows Epic Gear to use advanced algorithm logic technology to limit any jitter, skip and drift.

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The Meduza has a 2m long braided USB 2.0 cable, which ends in a gold plated connector and features a ferrite bead.

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As well as the illuminated logos and LED that indicates the DPI setting the Meduza’s scroll wheel displays one of five colours depending on which profile we have selected.

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