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razercfg is a QT based Linux app that allows the user to edit the setting of the mouse without the support of the first party app that does not run on Linux. There are some caveats though as the LED setting can not be changed through razercfg. See More
Emits a high pitch tone at all times around 7200 Hz. It's like a tinitus simulator. See More
There's no advanced functionality or accompanying software. There are just 5 buttons and the only settings you can adjust are CPI, polling rate and lift-off distance. And only in preset intervals via specific mouse button combinations. It's a mouse that focuses on the essential factors only - comfort, performance and build quality - all of which it excels at. It doesn't get distracted with anything else. If you think all the bells and whistles that come with gaming mice are unnecessary, this just might be what you're looking for. See More
The button in the front of the scroll wheel is difficult to press when holding the mouse normally, while it is always nice to have more options of programmable buttons, the placement makes it difficult to use as ones grip will need ot be changes, which takes time off of other actions that one may need to perform. See More