Ninox Aurora gaming mouse £14.99 (Prime) £18.98 (non Prime) @ amazon
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Ninox Aurora gaming mouse £14.99 (Prime) £18.98 (non Prime) @ amazon

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Found 17th Dec 2015
Pretty good gaming mouse for £15. I bought it for £27 when it was released. The mouse was created with input from esreality forum users and made for competitive gamers.

Good if you can't be bothered paying for a gaming mouse that costs £5 to make and ship, but retails at £50+ like Razer, etc...

Really light (70g, good for low sens gamers), ambidextrous, and sized for people with medium-small hands.

The shape is low like a Zowie FK2, but the length is the same as a smaller mouse like a Zowie ZA13. Claw/fingertip grip shape.

I'd recommend it for the money as someone who's used peripherals by Steelseries, Razer, WMO, etc for competitive games.

Has a decent optical sensor, Avago 3090, which is second only to the 3310. Low lift-off distance. Anti-sweat coating. Five Omron switch buttons that you can customise in the driver suite. Customisable LED lighting that can be any colour. Internal memory that saves your settings. And has similar switch lag to a Steelseries Kana v2. You can also modify the polling rate and dpi to many settings as well.
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Damn bro nice shout! Had been following this mouse for ages on ESR but had forgotten about it, just ordered 2 of them and hopefully I can finally surrender my WMO 1.1

what's the acceleration speed like? I am super low sens and often have problems with mice malfunctioning
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londonstinks

Damn bro nice shout! Had been following this mouse for ages on ESR but … Damn bro nice shout! Had been following this mouse for ages on ESR but had forgotten about it, just ordered 2 of them and hopefully I can finally surrender my WMO 1.1 what's the acceleration speed like? I am super low sens and often have problems with mice malfunctioning



I don't recall ever hitting malfunction speed. I don't play with super low sens though, just low. I tested my mouse in enotus mouse tester and my IPS was 170 (4.34m/s @ 940hz & 400dpi). They advertise 160+ IPS. Some mice hit 200 IPS though.


Edited by: "plath" 20th Dec 2015
plath

I don't recall ever hitting malfunction speed. I don't play with super … I don't recall ever hitting malfunction speed. I don't play with super low sens though, just low. I tested my mouse in enotus mouse tester and my IPS was 170 (4.34m/s @ 940hz & 400dpi). They advertise 160+ IPS. Some mice hit 200 IPS though.



Nice one mate, I mainly play quake live at 800DPI and 1.5 sens, hopefully this mouse works well
bug in it that breaks rocket jumps, wonder if it would break them in overwatch, I don't think rocket jumping is gonna require both buttons being pressed.

either way a delay when pressing both right and left at the same time is bad for competitive gaming.
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londonstinks

Nice one mate, I mainly play quake live at 800DPI and 1.5 sens, hopefully … Nice one mate, I mainly play quake live at 800DPI and 1.5 sens, hopefully this mouse works well



If you're using it for quake the mouse has an issue where it doesn't register a simultaneous click on another switch within 50ms, which makes it useless if you rocket jump by holding m1+m2 together.

Sorry I didn't clock that you were going to use this for quake or I'd have told you sooner.
Edited by: "plath" 20th Dec 2015
Dammit, gutted. Just tried the mouse and it's perfect but can't rocket jump for **** How did these pass QC testing?
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