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Sharkoon Drakonia II Gaming Mouse Review

Rating: 7.5.

Sporting a flashy dragon scale print, the Drakonia II from Sharkoon seems perfectly suited to MMO gamers. The aesthetics are certainly interesting but will have the potential to cause a bit of a Marmite-like rift with users. The Drakonia II does feature a number of interesting additions, such as RGB lighting and a total of 12 programmable buttons, so at £36.99 could this be a good option for your next gaming mouse?


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  • Model: Drakonia II
  • Colour: Black, Green
  • USB cable: Braided 180 cm
  • Software: Corsair Drakonia II
  • Button number: 12
  • Switches: Omron
  • Dimensions: 127 X 83 X 42 mm
  • Illumination: RGB
  • Sensor: PixArt 3360
  • Sensor Type: Optical
  • DPI: 100 – 15,000 with 100 DPI steps
  • Max Polling rate: 1000Hz
  • Weight Without Cable: 134g
  • Weight Tuning System: 5 X 5.6 g
  • Onboard Memory for Game Profiles: 5 Profiles

Box Contents:

  • Drakonia II Mouse.
  • Transport Bag.
  • Additional Set of Mouse Feet.
  • Manual.


  • Internal weight tuning system.
  • 12 fully programmable buttons are highly customisable.
  • The braided cable is nice to see.


  • The glossy plastic top does feel a little cheap and can get sweaty.
  • It can be hard to reach the left side buttons at times.
  • The scroll wheel sits flush with right and left buttons which makes it a little harder to use.

The Sharkoon Drakonia II Gaming Mouse is available from Amazon for £36.99 (inc VAT)

KitGuru says: Priced at £36.99 the Drakonia II represents pretty good value for money, with features like onboard profile storage and an internal weight tuning system for a mouse that’s more MMO favourable. If you find the Dragon scale print to be pretty fun, and unique, it’s definitely one to take a look at.

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Rating: 7.5.

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