When comparing Roccat Tyon vs Redragon Perdition, the Slant community recommends Roccat Tyon for most people. In the question“What is the best gaming mouse?” Roccat Tyon is ranked 15th while Redragon Perdition is ranked 41st.
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Pro Many keys, 1D analog stick, illumination, good sensor
Pro Full Linux support
Roccat has good Linux drivers.
Pro Mouse wheel
The mouse wheel has a nice tire-like grip easy for scrolling through inventories or the internet.
For those with personalities, there is three spots of LEDs on the mouse the mouse wheel sides (which are strictly the colors of the different DPI settings), the Redragon Logo on the Palm area, and the 12 number buttons. The Logo and the 12 buttons can be programmed to change to countless different shades of colors. The LEDs can be set to a breathe function which I think is pretty cool to see in a dark room.
Pro Hardware macro storage
You can plug this mouse to a different pc without losing keybindings and macros.
Pro Lots of buttons
Great for MMORPG's, daily macros and professional software.
Pro Nice Surface
The surface of the Redragon Perdition has a nice grip-like texture that I find myself just plain rubbing at times. After 5+ hours of continuous gameplay, I don't find my hands slipping due to hand sweat getting on the mouse.
Pro Programmable Left-Left click button
Out of the box it starts out as a rapid-fire button, but can be programmed to anything.
Con No MAC OS drivers available
This is a common con for many gaming mouses. But since the mouse buttons can be bound to direct input events, lack of drivers can be overcome.
Con Functions cut down if not using Roccat keyboard
There are extra features with the Easy-Shift[+] thumb button but a Roccat keyboard has to paired with the mouse to utilize them.
Con Not suitable for FPS games
Lots of buttons = lots of missclicks