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FUNC MS-3 Gaming Mouse Review

FUNC MS-3 Gaming Mouse Review

FUNC MS-3 Gaming Mouse Review

The MS-3

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FUNC MS-3 top view

go site Taking the MS-3 out of the box we get our first opportunity to get hands on the mouse and it immediately becomes apparent that this is an oversized mouse. Measuring in at 127mm x 101mm x 38mm (5in x 4in x 1.7in) and having a net weight of 127g (0.28lbs) the MS-3 certainly fills our hand.

Good Essay Writing Companies The MS-3 is finished in a matt black effect and has a smooth rubberised coating to help with grip. The rear of the mouse has a sloping tapered design which flares out to the sides of the mouse; this gives the MS-3 very good stability on our desk.

FUNC MS-3 front view

see Turning to the front of the MS-3 we see that it has a chunky scroll wheel, positioned in front of two smaller buttons and between the standard left and right click buttons. The switches used in the MS-3 are OMRON for best quality and lifespan. The MS-3 also features onboard memory, 512KB, to allow three profile settings to be saved.

FUNC MS-3 right view

The right hand side of the MS-3 has an ergonomically designed finger rest along with a small button just on the right hand side of the main right click button. The grooves provided in the MS-3 work well as finger rests, making the MS-3 very comfortable to use.

FUNC MS-3 left view

On the left hand side of the MS-3 we find the unique T+4™ button configuration. This T shaped button configuration consists of four buttons, two at the top, one in the middle and one along the bottom. Each of these buttons can be easily access with our thumb.

Also on the left hand side is an LED indicator to show us which DPI setting we are using in our profile. Each profile allows us to set three DPI settings, which can be switched to on the fly. We can also switch profiles on the fly, either via the configuration software or by setting that option to a button on the MS-3.

FUNC MS-3 base

go here Turning the MS-3 over we see that it has four large non-stick pads, which ensure that it glides smoothly over our gaming surface. The sensor used on the MS-3 is an Avago ADNS 9500 which provides a DPI range from 90 to 5670. The MS-3 also features an adjustable polling rate up to 1000Hz, a maximum acceleration of 30g and an adjustable lift off distance.

FUNC MS-3 USB lead

The MS-3 is supplied with a 2m braided USB cable, for extra durability. The USB connector is also gold plated.

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  1. Just ordered one for 56 euros.

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