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Endorfy LIV Plus Wireless Mouse Review

Rating: 7.5.

Endorfy is a brand becoming more and more popular among PC gaming enthusiasts. Today, we're checking out their latest mouse, the LIV Plus Wireless. It's a lightweight, honeycomb FPS and esports mouse that comes with a magnetic charging dock in the box… all for around £85. Can this budget mouse and dock pairing deliver great performance as well as impressive value for money?

Timestamps:

00:00 Start
00:37 The Mouse, Dock, Pricing & Weight
02:12 Buttons, Coating and Lighting
03:50 Underside, accessories
04:20 The included Dock
05:28 Build Quality
06:14 Hardware inside
07:05 Sound test
07:18 Battery Life
08:29 Compatibility
08:49 Real world Experience
09:28 Software customisation
11:13 Closing Thoughts

Specifications:

  • COLOR – BLACK
  • WEIGHT – 69g
  • DIMENSIONS [MM] – 126×65.7×39.3
  • SENSOR – PIXART PAW3395
  • SENSOR TYPE – OPTICAL
  • MAXIMUM TRACKING SPEED [M/S] – 16.51
  • MAXIMUM SENSITIVITY [DPI] – 26,000
  • BASE SENSITIVITY OPTIONS [DPI] – 400, 800, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000
  • MICROSWITCHES – KAILH GM 8.0
  • MICROSWITCHES SERVICE-LIFE [CLICKS] – 80 MILLION
  • USB-A – YES, CABLE LENGTH: 1.8 M
  • BLUETOOTH – YES
  • 2.4 GHZ – YES
  • BACKLIGHT TYPE – FULLY PROGRAMMABLE ARGB
  • SKATES – PTFE
  • COMPATIBILITY – Windows, Linux, Xbox, Android, Smart TV, MacOS, Playstation, Nintendo Switch, iOS

The LIV Plus Wireless is available for around £85 from Amazon UK HERE. European purchasing options can be seen at the bottom of the product page HERE.

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Pros:

  • Included charging dock.
  • Included spare PTFE feet.
  • Good quality sensor and switches.

Cons:

  • Poor battery life.
  • Mediocre build quality.
  • Limited RGB modes.

KitGuru says: The LIV Plus Wireless is great value for money when taking the included charging dock in to account, however it falls short with its build quality and battery life.

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Rating: 7.5.

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