It’s weird, for a long time it felt like I was testing a new mouse every week or two week. More recently though that has almost completely flipped and my peripheral testing has been all keyboards. Well just before vacation and then the LAN I did have a bit of a chance of pace. Mionix sent over their latest mouse, the Castor and asked us to take a look at it. So I’ve been putting the new mouse to the test in the office while I have been getting caught up on work. Well I finally have a little time to be able to sit down and talk about Mionix’s latest mouse and how it performed, so hang on I’m going to go over everything.

Product Name: Mionix Castor

Review Sample Provided by: Mionix

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

Amazon Link: HERE

 

Specifications
Buttons 6 fully programmable buttons
Processing 32bit ARM Processor running at 32Mhz
Cable 2m long PVC cable with cable
On-Board memory 128 kb built-in memory
Lighting

2 integrated LEDs in 2 color zones

Up to 16.8 Million LED color options

Color shift, Solid, Blinking, Pulsating and Breathing effects

Grip Style Supports palm, claw and fingertip grip
Right or Left handed design Right handed truly ergonomic design
Max DPI 10,000
MAX tracking speed 5.45m/sec (215 IPS)
Lift Off Distance Adjustable
Sensor Pixart PMW3310
Software Features

Up to 5 Profiles saved to the in-built memory

Adjustable X / Y Axis

Polling rate adjustable in four steps up to 1000Hz

Live record macro manager

Up to 16.8 million color LED options

Customize RGB manger

Pulsating, Blinking and Breathing LED effects

Color Shift lighting mode

Angle Snapping adjustable in 15 steps

Angle Tuning adjustable from -30 to 30 degrees

LOD Calibration tool

S.Q.A.T™ – Surface Quality Analyzer Tool

Lift-off distance (LOD) Calibration feature

Dimensions 122.46×70.42×40.16 mm / 4.82×2.77×1.58 in
Weight

(w/o cable): 93.8 gr

(cable incl.): 141.5 gr

Warranty 1 year
Package Contents

Mionix Castor

Mionix Logo Sticker

Quick installation guide

 

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #37285 02 Oct 2015 18:13
Today I change things up and take a look at a new mouse from Mionix, have a great weekend!

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