In today's review we are taking a look at the NZXT Lift, the company's first ever gaming mouse. Targeting the entry-level market, the Lift retails for £39.99 in the UK. For that asking price, it offers Omron switches, a PixArt 33899 sensor and a lightweight design. The Lift is promising on paper, but here's what it is actually like to use.
01:45 Mouse details
03:06 Build Quality
03:27 Branding touches / RGB
03:50 Side buttons and grip
04:32 Underside and buttons
05:04 Pre and post travel / scroll wheel
05:22 DPI and profile switch
06:21 Button Sound test
06:39 Sensor and Polling rate
07:17 NZXT Cam Software
08:20 Lift Off Distance Test
09:27 Macro and remapping options
09:35 Gaming Experience / Closing Thoughts
- Sensor: PixArt 3389
- Resolution: 16,000 dpi
- Buttons: 6
- Switches: Omron Mechanical (20m clicks)
- USB 2.0 paracord cable
- Connection: Wired
- Lighting: RGB
- Weight: 67 grams
- Dimensions: 6.7 x 3.8 x 12.6 cm (WxHxD)
The NZXT Lift retails for £39.99 and is available from SCAN HERE.
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- Affordable price point.
- Lightweight at only 67g.
- Excellent cable.
- No thrills, simple mouse.
- Simple and elegant RGB.
- Strong sensor performance.
- Accent customisation via NZXT website.
- DPI and Profile switching directly on the mouse.
- Offers nothing new in the mouse market.
- Side buttons feel too low, cramps thumb.
- Build quality could be better.
- Matte design is easily marked (particularly visible on the white model).
KitGuru says: The NZXT Lift works fine as an entry-level mouse, but NZXT really isn't offering anything special or important enough to convince users to upgrade or switch to it from their existing mice. If you need a new mouse, the NZXT Lift might be worth considering, particularly if you want it for aesthetic purposes, but there are plenty of other options out there to consider.