Last year, we reviewed the Sharkoon Light² 200, which won our ‘Worth Buying' award. Today, a new mouse joins the Light² family – the Sharkoon Light² 180.
The latest mouse from Sharkoon weighs in at just 63g, making it one of the lightest gaming mice on the market. To achieve this low weight, a honeycomb structure is used for the mouse cover. Under the hood, you will find a PMW3360 sensor, capable of up to 12,000 DPI. Using Sharkoon's software, you can set seven DPI levels, which can be toggled between at the press of a button. Speaking of buttons, there are six in total on the Light² 180, all of which can be configured for different uses – the two main mouse clickers also use Omron switches for longer life-span.
While out of the box, the Light² 180 has a honeycomb shell, this can be swapped out for a completely closed shell instead. The mouse also uses a symmetrical design, so it can be used right or left-handed. The mouse also comes with three PTFE feet to ensure a smooth glide on most surfaces. As you would expect from a modern gaming mouse, the Light² 180 does have RGB lighting, which can also be customised through Sharkoon's software.
The Sharkoon Light² 180 will be available at retail starting this week, with an MSRP of €39.99.
KitGuru Says: Are you a fan of ultra-lightweight mice? What are your thoughts on the Light² 180 gaming mouse?