Budget gaming mice have been getting better and better over the last few years, and you no longer need to spend over £50 to get a top quality mouse. While you may not have heard of them, Genesis is a Polish peripheral manufacturer hoping to capitalise on this trend with its Krypton 800. Priced at just £36.99, this mouse boasts a PixArt PMW 3330 sensor, Omron switches and a lightweight body. Is it as good as it sounds?
Another selling point for the Genesis Krypton 800 is also the fact that it is a true ambidextrous design, meaning it’s not just a symmetrical shape – but it also had side buttons on both sides of the mouse, too. That, coupled with its multi-zone RGB lighting, on-board memory and braided cable means this is a pretty feature-rich mouse considering its price.
- SENSOR : PMW3330
- DPI : 400 -10200
- MAXIMUM FRAME RATE : 8000 FPS
- MAXIMUM ACCELERATION : 30 G
- MAX. TRACKING SPEED : 150 ips
- POLLING RATE : 125 – 1000 Hz
- NUMBER OF KEYS : 10
- CABLE LENGTH : 185 cm
- DIMENSIONS (MM) : 125 x 68 x 38
- WEIGHT : 85 g
- BACKLIGHT : RGB PRISMO EFFECT
- GAMING SOFTWARE : YES
- BUILT -IN MEMORY : YES
- EXTRA FUNCTIONS : Suitable for both hands