A Review on Alcatroz Asic 5 Mouse

I bought this new mouse last 5 August 2018 for the replacement of my old wired generic black mouse I bought from a generic store famous for its generic items. Anyone can guess what store it is? Yes, you are right!

Anyway, back to my new mouse with an eccentric gaming design. The design looks like a fork which has a middle space or a break on the middle part where the scroll wheel is located.

It is unlike an ordinary mouse design and maybe the intention here is to grab those design-conscious mouse users. Although, I do not belong to this group since a basic mouse will suffice for me. Yet, I was intrigued by its design which looks like the logo of Optimus Prime. It looks like it but not similar to it, ok.

It is slightly larger than my wireless A1tech black mouse due to its size which has a length of 124 millimeters, a width of 50 millimeters, and a height of 40 millimeters.

It has a high resolution of 1,000 Counts Per Inch (CPI) or Dots Per Inch (DPI). Manufacturers developed mouse which has a CPI or DPI which relatively means higher CPI is equivalent to faster cursor movements.

It was also made with a Huano switch which is cheaper than an Omron switch. It may also be the reason why it costs cheaper than the rest of the mice displayed at the store.

It has a one-year warranty and a seven-day replacement which already started last Sunday.

Its price is worth 245 pesos at Octagon store. This is a personal review on the Alcatroz Asic 5 (Black/Blue) mouse.

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