All-in-all, the Tt eSports Ventus X RGB is a successful gaming mouse.
Its large size and ergonomic design does mean it will likely suit palm-grip users best of all, while those with smaller hands may be best looking elsewhere.
However, I found it to be comfortable in use, with easily accessible side buttons and textured rubber sections, so it is likely to appeal strongly to those who prefer bigger mice.
The PMW 3360 sensor is a very good inclusion at this price-point and I had no issues while gaming or editing photos. The removable weights system only furthers the appeal of the Ventus X RGB.
In conclusion, the Ventus X RGB is certainly a capable gaming mouse with some decent features. It doesn’t really do anything new, so I don’t feel blown away after using it for a week, but it is a well-priced mouse that will likely appeal to consumers seeking the PMW 3360 sensor in a mouse that doesn’t cost the earth.
You can buy one from CCL for £55.99 HERE.
- PMW 3360 sensor.
- Comfortable to use.
- Removable weights system.
- Two-zone RGB lighting.
- I can’t say I noticed much of a difference from the honeycomb mesh section.
- Software is a bit clunky.
KitGuru says: For a mouse priced under £60, the Ventus X RGB is a very capable contender for your money. It doesn’t blow me away with anything new or unique, but it does offer a top-class sensor, removable weights and effective RGB lighting at a good price.