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Ninox Venator Mouse Review

Rating: 8.0.

Unless you are a very keen mouse enthusiast, it is unlikely you would have heard of Ninox. The British-based manufacturer has built a strong reputation within enthusiast circles, though, with its Aurora and Venator models. It is the latter mouse we are looking at today, which includes a PMW 3360 sensor for just £39.99. Could it be the best mouse you’ve never heard of?

Other than the PMW 3360, the Ninox Venator is quite light in terms of features. It deliberately does not come with any software, weighs a mere 78g and has 6 buttons. Clearly, it is designed to be a no-frills mouse which offers top performance, so let’s put it through its paces and see how the mouse fares.


  • Sensor model: Pixart® PMW-3360
  • Max tracking speed: 250+ IPS
  • Max acceleration: 50G
  • Max FPS: 12,000
  • Max DPI: 12,000
  • LOD: ~2mm
  • Angle snapping: None
  • Added smoothing: None
  • Built in acceleration: None
  • USB polling rate: 1000hz (1ms)
  • Very low latency tracking and button response
  • Synchronized mouse movement data with USB polling rate


  • All settings adjustable on mouse
  • Editable Profiles: 3
  • Selectable DPI Steps Per Profile: •400 •800 •1000** •1200 •1400** •1600 •1800** •2000 •4000 •6000** •8000 •12000
  • Selectable LED Colours Per Profile: White, Red, Pink, Magenta, Violet, Blue, Sky Blue, Cyan, Green, Toxic Green, Yellow, Orange
  • Selectable LED Brightness Per Profile: 0% (off), 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%
  • Selectable Lift Off Distance (LOD)**: Low, High
  • Selectable USB Polling Rate**: 500hz, 1000hz
  • Factory Set Profiles:
  • Profile 1: 400 DPI / Red LED / 100% Brightness
  • Profile 2: 800 DPI / Blue LED / 100% Brightness
  • Profile 3: 1600 DPI / Green LED / 100% Brightness
  • Weight: ~78 grams (without cord)
  • Dimensions: 122(L) x 62(W) x 40(H) mm

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