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Pictek LED Wired Gaming Mouse 7200 DPI | WAS £17.99, NOW £11.99 Sold by YongTop and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Pictek LED Wired Gaming Mouse 7200 DPI | WAS £17.99, NOW £11.99 Sold by YongTop and Fulfilled by Amazon.

Pictek LED Wired Gaming Mouse 7200 DPI | WAS £17.99, NOW £11.99 Sold by YongTop and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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6-Level DPI Adjustable with 7-color Backlight: Wired gaming mouse is easy to use, plug and play.

Different DPI goes with different color flashing: Red-purple 7200DPI, white 5400 DPI, blue 3200 DPI, green 2400 DPI, red 1600 DPI, yellow 800 DPI. Press and hold the DPI button for 2 seconds to turn the light off.

Doesn't seem like a bad price for a feature-packed gaming mouse.

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Why cold?! Looks a beast to me heat added

There's various versions of what look like very similar mice on Amazon. I've bought 2 at 9.99 and one on a lightning deal for just under £8

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Yes. There are quite lots of similar mouse with LED at amazon.

Prepare for 90% of these to fall apart after a few months, I've had a few and all the chinese gaming mice are terrible. If you're on a budget just get a steeleries rival 100, fantastic mouse, durable, accurate and look nice.

Bought 2 similar ones from Gearbest 24 months ago for use by 8 year old & 6 year old boys. Those boys are now 8 & 10 & both mice still going strong not even any wear on them. I only bought as they were cheap gaming mice but blown away by build quality

chrissatchell

Prepare for 90% of these to fall apart after a few months, I've had a few … Prepare for 90% of these to fall apart after a few months, I've had a few and all the chinese gaming mice are terrible. If you're on a budget just get a steeleries rival 100, fantastic mouse, durable, accurate and look nice.


Rich44

Bought 2 similar ones from Gearbest 24 months ago for use by 8 year old & … Bought 2 similar ones from Gearbest 24 months ago for use by 8 year old & 6 year old boys. Those boys are now 8 & 10 & both mice still going strong not even any wear on them. I only bought as they were cheap gaming mice but blown away by build quality



​my secondary point is these are not really 'gaming mice' for a child they're probably OK but for anyone a bit older that takes it even remotely serious they're not good. inaccurate button presses, laser lag, double click issues and (usually) terrible build quality it's honestly worth stretching to £20-25 for the rival 100. bear in mind, I repeat, this is for anyone who takes gaming at least slightly serious, the difference is worlds apart.
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