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G.Skill MX780 RGB gaming mouse review

Rating: 8.0.

Gaming mice are a very personal choice and with the myriad of options available to prospective buyers, choosing one can be very difficult. G.Skill are hoping that by offering a heavily customisable product it may just secure your interest, as its Ripjaws MX780 offers a number of tweakable options that help it stand out from the crowd. 

RGB lighting options? Check. Adjustable weights? Check. Swappable finger and thumb grips? Check. Combine those with a barebones design, high-quality Avago A9800 sensor, unbranded Teflon feet and a number of other useful features and it seems like quite the little package.

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Although it does feature gamer-like styling, the number of features G.Skill has packed into this mouse is quite impressive. It has made a real point of catering to lots of different types of gamers, meaning its audience should be bigger than most.

Specifications

  • Sensor: Avago A9800 Laser Sensor
  • Micro Switch: Omron
  • DPI: 100-8200
  • Polling Rate: 125Hz/250Hz/500Hz/1000Hz
  • Mouse Backlighting: 4-Zone RGB
  • On-Board Profile: 5
  • Programmable Keys: 8
  • On-Board Memory: 512kb
  • Braided USB Cable: 1.8m
  • Mouse Adapter: USB
  • Mouse Feet: PTFE Glide Pads
  • Weight System: 4.5g Weights (x2)
  • Weight (mouse only): 111g
  • Weight (w/ weights): 120g
  • Dimensions: 130mm x 70mm x 38mm (5.12in x 2.76in x 1.50in)
  • Dimensions: (w/ large side grips) 130mm x 93mm x 38mm (5.12in x 3.66in x 1.50in)
  • Warranty: 2-Year Limited Warranty

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