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Ozone Neon 3K Mouse Review

Rating: 8.0.

Last year we took a look at the Ozone Neon mouse – finding it to be a solid offering for those not interested in fancy lighting or sensors with crazy DPI levels (like many of the latest mice all seem to be doing). Now, Ozone have released a successor – the Neon 3K. The ‘3K’ in the name refers to its max DPI of 3500, in case you were wondering.

Unlike its predecessor, the Ozone Neon 3K can switch between 6 different lighting colours. Its maximum DPI is a fair bit lower, though – topping out at 3500, when the original Neon could go up to 6400. General design is also very similar – with eight re-programmable buttons and an ambidextrous shape to the mouse. We put it through its paces and see how it fares.



  • Sensor: Optical
  • DPI (max.): 3500
  • Design: Ambidextrous
  • Internal Memory: 128kb
  • Weight: 110g-130g
  • Buttons powered by: Omron
  • Programmable buttons: 8 buttons
  • Dpi Adjustable on the fly: 750/1500 (default)
  • Adjustable response rate: 2/65/125/190/255ms
  • Compatible with: Windows® (driver)
  • Surface: Rubber coating for Max. grip
  • Size: 125 x 65 x 36.8 mm
  • Plug: Golden coated USB connector
  • LED: 6 color options

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