To sum up, I am quite happy to recommend the Ozone Neon – as long as you don’t mind using a physically smaller mouse. I appreciated the light weight while gaming and I encountered no issues with the 6400 dpi laser sensor either.
Ozone’s software is easy to navigate, making it a pleasure to use. The Neon doesn’t have the fancy RGB lighting we tend to see on many mice available in 2015 but it is offered in various colours, so if you aren’t a fan of the blue model I tested today, then you can also find white, red and black variants available.
Despite the lack of lighting or advanced macro functions, I found the level of customization available through the Neon’s software to be adequate.
In addition to the Neon, I also had the pleasure of using the Origen mouse mat for this review. If you prefer cloth mouse surfaces but worry about the edges fraying, then this is a good option thanks to the braided stitching around the edge. Just make sure you have the space for it, I was shocked at how big the Origen actually was.
The Ozone Neon can be found on Amazon for £32.43, putting this in the budget end of the gaming mouse spectrum. It stacks up quite well to the competition, so if you don’t necessarily want flashy LEDs but you value performance, then the Neon seems like the way to go. The Origen mouse pad on the other hand can be found for £14.99, which is fairly standard for a surface of this size.
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- 6400DPI laser sensor is very smooth.
- Lightweight for swift movements.
- Ozone’s software suite is one of the best around.
- Origen mouse mat offers plenty of surface area.
- DPI toggle light clashes with blue colour scheme.
KitGuru Says: The Ozone Neon uses a tried and true design and offers excellent customization at a low price. If you are looking for a lightweight ambidextrous mouse and don’t want to spend too much, then this is a solid option.