The Zeus M-110 Gaming Mouse is one of the most affordable “Gaming” mice out on the market. But can we really call this a gaming mouse? does it have the hardware specs needed to perform well in gaming? Let’s find out.
There’s a lot of gaming mouse out on the market at different price point ranging from a few hundred to a couple of thousands of pesos. The Zeus M-110 falls at the bottom of this spectrum, at 200 pesos you shouldn’t really expect anything spectacular. But what are you really getting with this? Let’s dive right in on the review.
The design of the Zeus M-110 Gaming mouse is actually pretty nice, It has a fancy lightning chain bolt design with breathing RGB lights.
On the side, we have the side grip which unfortunately is made out of plastic. I was hoping it would be rubber but that’s fine as it’s actually pretty grippy the only problem is that it really feels cheap.
It is also worth mentioning that the image on the product page doesn’t really match the actual product delivered. As you can see below, the image on the product page shows that the Zeus M-110 mouse has two side buttons but the actual product that I received doesn’t have those buttons. I guess they had to cut that part of the hardware to reduce the cost.
At the top, we have the buttons left, right and middle scroll wheel. Even though the top part is made from plastic It feels like it was painted with a rubbery material so it actually feels nice to the touch. I’m just not sure how long the paint will last though.
Also, worth noting that I’ve noticed the middle scroll wheel is a bit wobbly or lo0se so it makes a little bit of noise if you shake the mouse or move it left to right fast enough. But don’t worry it doesn’t have any effect on the functionality of the middle scroll wheel
The Zeus M-110 Gaming Mouse is an ambidextrous mouse, meaning, it can be used by left-handed or right-handed users without any problem.
It also suits both palm grip users and claw grip users.
When it comes to weight, the Zeus M-110 Gaming Mouse is on the lighter side. It’s significantly lighter compared to my Razer Taipan and my A4tech X7 gaming mouse which also happens to have an option to change its weight. But at this price, we can’t really complain about this aspect.
Is the Zeus M-110 Gaming mouse really good for gaming?
The short answer is No. With a rated DPI of only 1600, it’s safe to say that this is not really good for hardcore gamers. I am not a hardcore gamer but I usually use at least 3000 DPI when gaming especially for FPS type of games like CS-GO. I tried the Zeus M-110 on CS-GO earlier and as expected it’s not very accurate. Since it has a lower DPI I had to move my mouse farther in between movements to get my crosshair to line-up with my target. This is critical especially if you’re a sniper, you would want to be accurate on your mouse movements as much as possible.
With all that being said, the Zeus M-110 is still a pretty decent mouse, although not for gaming it is still suitable for normal users and as a backup mouse. For the price of only 200 pesos, you can’t ask for more from this product.
Personally, I’m going to use this as a backup mouse or for when I want to bring my laptop on the go.
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