- Category: Input Devices
- Published: Monday, 04 February 2013 16:08
- Written by Fildy
Overall and Final Verdict
Overall I think that the Thor is a great mouse for what it is meant to be. It is a great entry level mouse that serves the purpose well. The Avago-9500 sensor isn’t too bad and it doesn’t experience any z-axis issues, and there is only a slight amount of acceleration, almost unnoticeable. The buttons are easily accessible and comfortable to press including the mouse wheel, though it does tend to wiggle some. The mouse itself can be a bit strange to get used to as it is much larger than other mice on the market, but that is easily solved with time invested in using it. With only a $30 price tag, I don’t think you can find a better entry level mouse. This price point puts it up against the Cooler Master Xornet which is a great mouse, but for the same price you are getting an arguably better sensor (laser vs optical) and you have more flexibility as far as sensitivity adjustments. You may be able to spend $10 more and get something like the DeathAdder or the MX518, but for someone just looking for their first mouse, this is a great place to start.
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