DPI can be adjusted freely by 100 from 100 to 12400.
Professional gaming mouse with 18 programmable buttons and switches enable superior productivity and efficiency to meet all your gaming needs.
Powerful drive: Assign customized action to most buttons to achieve combo keys. Click times and delay times of key can be set. Records up to 59 actions and trigger with one click.
7 Chroma Lighting Effects: Breathing, Rainbow, Full lighted, Wave, Go without Trace, Reactive, Flash. Redragon Chroma Lighting with 16.8 million customizable color options and create a mouse unlike any other.
Compatible: Windows 2000/ME/XP/03/VISTA/7/8/10 system for programmable using and Mac OS for normal using.
Customize DPI Switch mode 1: 500/1000/2000/3000/6200 adjusted via the buttons of the mouse
Customize DPI Switch mode 2: DPI can be adjusted freely by 100 from 100 to 12400 via programming software
Polling Rate: Up to 1000 Hz; switchable: 125HZ/250HZ/500HZ/1000HZ (Default 500HZ)
Buttons: 18 (18 out of 19) are customizable
Tracking System: Laser
Interface: USB 2.0 full speed. 3.0
Size: 4.81 x 3.62 x 1.65 inches
USB Length: 1.8M braided-fiber cable
1 X Redragon M908 Gaming Mouse
1 X User Manual
1. There's no CD software included, please download the software from https://www.redragonzone.com/pages/download or contact us directly.
2. There's no lighting switch button on the mouse, but you can customize it via software setting.
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Redragon Impact RGB LED MMO Mouse with Side Buttons Laser Wired Gaming Mouse with 12,400DPI, High Precision, 18 Programmable Mouse Buttons
- ❖ PROFESSIONAL GAMING MOUSE. Redragon M908 laser gaming mouse is designed with up to 12400 DPI, 5 adjustable DPI levels (500/1000/2000/3000/6200 DPI) meet your multiple needs, either for daily work or gaming. DPI can be adjusted freely by ±100 from 100 to 12400 via software. 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration and high-precision Pixart PMW3327 Sensor giving you a greater edge over your competition.
- ❖ RGB BACKLIGHT & PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS. 16.8 million RGB LED color options (LED Backlight can be disabled). 18 programmable buttons, 5 memory profiles each with a dedicated light color for quick identification. Comes with 8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g x8), easy to change the weight to suit your games.
- ❖ COMFORT & PRECISION AT YOUR HANDS. Redragon M908 gaming mouse is an essential computer accessory for die-hard gamers with its aggressive design for hands! You will be amazed by the unmatched comfort, lethal accuracy and killer precision of our durable, desktop and laptop pro gaming mouse!
- ❖ HIGH-END DESIGN. Redragon M908 Mouse features 7 buttons and 12 MMO programmable side buttons. Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads for ultimate gaming control. 6ft braided-fiber cable with gold-plated USB connector ensures greater durability.
- ❖ THE CHOICE OF DIE-HARD GAMERS -Whether you are targeting, aiming, slashing or attacking, a professional gaming mouse is your best weapon! The mouse will be your ideal partner. Perfectly compatible with Windows 2000/ME/XP/03/VISTA/7/8/10 system for programmable using and Mac OS for normal using.【There's no CD software included, please download the software from https://www.redragonzone.com/pages/download】
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The mouse is large enough to fit my hand comfortably. That's nice.
The main controls have a light, fast click. That's good.
The side buttons vary from a solid click for the front buttons to a mushy click at the back. That's odd.
Just plugging it in and playing with it, it felt like the Redragon Impact would be a useful gaming mouse. Then I tried to install the software. Problems ensued. First, the software for this mouse isn't available at the Redragon USA site. Okay, I downloaded it from the Redragon Zone site. What I got was a RAR file, which required me to install separate archive software to open.
The first UAC screen showed the publisher as "Unknown". That worried me, but I went ahead with the installation, which kept getting interrupted by my antivirus software. So now I have a program from an unknown publisher trying to get through my AV defenses. I managed to finally get it through the process only to find that the mouse software wouldn't actually make any changes to the mouse, so I uninstalled it.
At this point, I'm completely unhappy with this purchase. Seems like a nice piece of hardware, but the software is unacceptably suspicious. Who published it? I don't know. Is my AV being too tense? I don't know. Am I being too paranoid?
I don't think so.
The mouse has a good shape to rest your hand on for long usage. The attached cord is rather long at almost 6 feet. RGB lighting is customizable with the Red Dragon Software. It has the typical solid color pattern as well as several other patterned lighting effects such as breathing and wave patterns. DPI settings are very customizable with multiple cycles of usage. This is done by presetting the DPI profiles using the software and can be changed by using the top buttons below the scroll wheel. Also this mouse has a rapid fire button next to the left click mouse button. The mouse has 12 hotkey buttons on the left side of the mouse that are programmable with the software. These buttons are slightly tilted the opposite direction for each row. This makes it a lot easier to tell which button you are pushing without needing to look at it.
Not so much of a con ... the mouse has a covered compartment on the button of the mouse to put in or remove weights which is a nice extra feature most mice don't have, however I would have liked it to be a bit heavier with all of the weights added.
Overall I particularly enjoy the mouse.
Some people's macaroni just isn't fully cooked.
Will update as time progresses.
*Update* Using for a couple hours now, this mouse has grated on my nerves enough to warrant a return. Not because it's faulty or defective, but because of a couple of design choices I just can't agree with.
Operation is smooth and functional - this much works. Software is pretty much rebranded software from another company I've used previously, it has the exact same layout and look. Within 5 minutes of plugging in this mouse and getting windows up and running I was able to download software for this specific model, and update the firmware.
What I do NOT like about this mouse, is that it's a somewhat "halfway" mouse, halfway between almost big enough and not quite big enough due to the design of the pinky rest. I had to turn the mouse unnaturally to the radial aspect of my forearm to get my fingers to rest completely on it, and holding that position (my grip naturally defaulted to this without conscious thought) caused my forearm to eventually begin to tense. I had to put forth conscious effort to hold this mouse as intended, straight vertically. After gradually working my way back to the unnatural grip, this put the side buttons out of comfortable reach. I believe if the clicker end of the mouse was wider instead of the back end of it jutting out for the side finger rest, it would be much more natural and bearable to use. This rear-end jutting also was counterproductive to the smaller space i have available for my mouse, and often ran up over the side of my keyboard tray, which then presented tracking issues because the mouse was no longer seated flat on the pad. If you have a larger space than I do, this will be a non-issue.
The second problem I have is the use of the glossy type plastic on the sides for the finger rests and side buttons. My fingers started sweating quickly and it results in a very unpleasant wet grip and incessant finger wiping on my pants.
Not everyone will have these troubles that I did, some may prefer the gloss, and not everyone will experience finger sweat, and some smaller hands may be very comfortable with the "halfway" style this mouse has. Unfortunately, it doesn't work for me. I'm returning this and replacing it with the Utechsmart Venus that I had been using the past 21 months until the middle clicker went out on it (which I actually use a LOT) and the left click started double clicking sporadically. All in all, the Venus doesn't have the extra pinky rest and I just let my pinky rest partially on the side of the mouse and the mouse pad, and move it as I move the mouse. I also use a bit more of a claw grip while holding my mouses, the pinky rest might be more useful if you do not, and the finish on the one I purchased is matte all over.
Overall this isn't a bad mouse, just the differences between the fit in my hand, and the sweaty plastic grip I experienced would keep me from purchasing again. Should these bits get updated in the future, I would definitely consider buying again.