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Epic Gear Meduza Gaming Mouse and Skorpios Bungee Review

Rating: 9.0.

Today we are going to look at the first  three products in the Epic Gear range, the Meduza gaming mouse, the Skorpios mouse bungee and the Compoxite gaming surface.  We have decided to combine all three of these products into one article as they are designed to work closely with each other.

You'd be forgiven for not having heard of Epic Gear before as they have recently spawned as the gaming peripheral division of GeIL Memory.  GeIL also produce a wide range of memory and solid state drives for the enthusiast audience.  They have recently expanded their product range into gaming peripherals and power supplies with the brand names Epic Gear and Thortech.

Considering the Meduza is the first gaming mouse from Epic Gear, it boasts an impressive feature set.  This includes both a 3,200 DPI optical sensor and a 6,000 DPI laser sensor.  It's quite clear that Epic Gear are looking to take on the major players in the market with this gaming mouse so we are very interested to see how it performs.

Meduza Specification

  • 3 switchable sensing modes: Laser, Optical and HDST™
  • (Laser + Optical)
  • Advanced algorithm logic technology to restrain common problems of jitter, skip and drift
  • Sensitivity of up to 6000 dpi
  • Optical mode: 400/800/1600/3200 dpi (4 level)
  • HDST™ mode: 4 customizable DPI levels via GUI of up to 4800 dpi
  • Laser Mode: 4 customizable dpi levels via GUI of up to 6000dpi
  • Minimal lift-off distance of 1mm for extreme precision
  • Tracking speed of up to 200 ips @ HDST™ mode
  • Acceleration speed of up to 30 G @ HDST™ mode
  • Longevity gaming keys of 10 million clicks
  • USB 2.0 full speed: 1000Hz report rate
  • 7 buttons, 6 fully programmable
  • 5 gaming profiles with customizable LED color
  • 15 sets of customizable long macro
  • ARM 32-bit Cortex™-M3 CPU
  • Onboard memory of 128KB· on-the-fly dpi change
  • Independent X/Y axle change via GUI @ Laser Mode
  • Supports driverless plug-and-play
  • Angle snapping support @ Laser Mode
  • Auto power saving mode on/off via GUI
  • Ultra swift big-size teflon feet
  • X-braided cable for durability
  • Ferrite bead cable for anti-EMI capability
  • 2 Metre USB cable
  • 2 year warranty

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