Firstly, we have the Ozone Neon M10, a fairly simple mouse that has the basics, as well as having a symmetrical design, making it perfect for righties and lefties. Then we have the HyperX Pulsefire Corewhich also has a basic design, but this one has a small lighting system in the brand logo.
Ozone Neon M10
Surely you already know this brand very well, for offering products with very good price. Obviously, we cannot ask peripherals of this brand to give us the same performance as high-end products. Although to get into gaming or as a complete product that serves us for everything, it is a great solution.
The first thing that stands out in this Ozone mouse is that it has a ambidextrous designIdeal for right and left handers. In addition, it is designed to adapt to all types of games, guaranteeing maximum control and comfort, whether we are right-handed or left-handed.
It has a base with a surface that allows to obtain a good relationship between a fast displacement and a good grip. It has a system of on-the-fly DPI management, which allows you to change it easily. It has four 2000 DPI, 1600 DPI, 1200 DPI and 800 DPI profiles with LED indicators. We can even adjust the polling rate, at the bottom it has an adjustment system that allows you to vary between 500 Hz and 1000 Hz.
The mouse has a 90 gram weight, which is within the usual range for a gaming mouse. The main buttons are from OMRON, so we know that these have great durability.
A fairly cheap and simple option designed for right-handed and left-handed users, indistinctly. It has a fairly limited sensor, but we shouldn’t have any problems in most games in 1080p resolution.
HyperX Pulsefire Core
It is possible that the HyperX brand sounds familiar to you from RAM memories and it is the name of Kingston’s gaming range. It has long since become an independent brand, offering products of very good quality. They are usually quite good quality products with a really adjusted price.
Its sensor stands out from this mouse, which is of quite good quality. This HyperX mouse features a PixArt PWM3327 sensor which allows us a 6200 DPI maximum resolution. In this way we will obtain greater adjustment, especially when we have monitors with resolutions higher than usual. The sensor has a detection of 220 IPS and supports 30G acceleration
The good thing about this mouse is that the predefined DPI steps can be modify using HyperX NGenuity software. By default it is set in steps of 800 DPI, 1600 DPI, 2400 DPI and 3200 DPI. We can modify these values as needed thanks to the software that we have discussed. We can also customize the logo illuminationwhich is from RGB type.
It has a symmetrical design, although it is not so focused on righties and lefties. The reason is that it only has side buttons on the left, the right part of the mouse is completely smooth. It could be used by left-handed users, but perhaps the model mentioned above is a better option.
You may not see a mouse with these features at such an affordable price for a long time. We are talking about a mid-range mouse with a fairly good sensor and that is also manageable through software.