Element Gaming Carbon RGB Gaming Mouse £19.98 with Free delivery @ Ebuyer

Element Gaming Carbon RGB Gaming Mouse £19.98 with Free delivery @ Ebuyer

£19.98£29.9833%Ebuyer Deals
Found 10th Aug
Liking the look of this, the reviews are decent too and for under £20 I think it's priced rather well. The RGB lighting is a nice touch, if that's your thing. Has what you'd expect in terms of switchable DPI / Polling Rate

Some of the Element Gaming range is really quite nice and has always been reasonable in terms of price. This currently has £10 off at about the same price as the MMO mouse they had (Not OOS) and just thought it was worth sharing for those that didn't think much to the cluster of buttons on the side of that one.


Technical specifications

  • Switchable DPI to a maximum of 8200DPI
  • 11 programmable keys (software included)
  • Avago 9800 sensor
  • Holtek 560 MCU 32 Bit
  • REG tricolour chip LED control (light effect) processor
    • Breathe lighting (slowly increasing / decreasing lighting - adjustable in software)
    • Fully illuminated (colour customisable in software)
    • Illumination can be completely switched off
  • Polling rate settings option, adjustable to 125, 250, 500, 1000Hz
  • Five customisable profiles
  • Braided USB cable
  • Customisable macros - up to 200 key sequences with delays on press and release, key sequences or a mouse event
  • Size: 123.3x77x40.4mm
  • Weight: 135g

Software looks pretty simple to use as well

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anyone using one of these?
Have one. Quality is good. Nice feel.. Software is easy to use and light to install. Buttons feel sturdy.
Avago 9800 sounds kinda old
I have one, works well and I like it, but the software compatibility on linux through wine hasn't been working so far (Luckily it keeps it in memory if you transfer it from a windows PC), and it has the issue, like the element gaming keyboard, that the LEDs can be a little strange with the colour yellow, where it mixes in some green parts along with it.
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