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Genesis Krypton 555 Gaming Mouse Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we are taking a look at the Krypton 555 gaming mouse from Genesis. Coming in with a $29.99 or €25.99 MSRP, this is an incredibly cheap mouse that offers a lot of features for the price, including pararcord-style cable, a lightweight design and PTFE glide pads… but how does it perform?


00:00 Start
00:40 Details and pricing
02:12 Weight
02:54 Size / ergonomics
03:41 Design and buttons
05:25 Gaming / Switches
05:55 Underneath the mouse
06:40 RGB
08:30 Software
10:17 Closing Thoughts


  • Weight: 70g (but measured at 75g)
  • Size: 12.8cm x 6.8cm x 4.2cm
  • Includes extra glide set
  • Plug and Play
  • Comes in black or white
  • 1.8m USB 2.0 paracord style cable
  • ABS plastic construction
  • Button lifetime: 60mln (Kailh switches)
  • Sensor: PiXart PAW 3333
  • Max DPI: 8000
  • Acceleration: 35g
  • IPS tracking speed: 300
  • 11 RGB backlight modes
  • 7 programmable buttons
  • 1000hz polling rate

The Genesis Krypton 55 has an MSRP of $29.99 or €25.99. UK availability is currently unknown. We found it on sale directly from Genesis for 99.90 PLN (about £17.50) HERE, and €22.59 from senukai.lt HERE.


  • Decent sensor for the price.
  • Paracord-style braided cable is great quality.
  • Extra PTFE gliders included.
  • Software is well designed and easy to use.
  • Honeycomb design helps keep the weight down.
  • Very competitively priced.


  • Weight is listed as 70g but weighs 75g on my scales with cable removed.
  • RGB “prism” effect doesn’t look that good.
  • Honeycomb design hides the Genesis logo and looks messy.
  • The scroll wheel offers little resistance.
  • DPI and RGB buttons are a bit cheap feeling.

KitGuru says: For $30 this mouse is quite impressive, the features and overall quality are solid, while the negative points are easy to look past considering the price point.

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Rating: 8.0.

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