You won’t murder your wallet with A4Tech’s newest gaming mouse, but you could climb up the ranks in your favorite computer game.
A4Tech’s Bloody Multi-Core Gun3 Gaming Mouse V7 offers an affordable option for gamers, without taking away from its efficiency. The thing that’s nice about this mouse in particular is the variety of options for gamers to play how they feel most comfortable.
You could technically plug in this mouse and just play, but that would take the fun out of it. What really powers up this mouse is the Bloody 4 software that comes with it. You can do the usual remapping of keys, but there’s so much more than that. You can adjust your trajectory to get the best bang for your buck, and also adjust recoil suppression to fire cleanly at a target. The software is really detailed, and feels limitless.
Physically, there are seven buttons total on the mouse (not including the scroll wheel), which isn’t too many when you look at where they’re located. You have your standard right and left click, two buttons near your thumb to map skills on (or to go forward and backwards on webpages), and three buttons in the middle of the top surface.
The three buttons change what your left click button does in a game, and it’s easy to switch in and out of these “stances”. The first option is a simple single shot click, the second auto-cycles shots and provides recoil suppression for FPS games, and the third sends out three burst shots with the recoil suppression. Pretty nifty, right?
What really makes this mouse special, though, is its multi core design. The three cores inside the mouse provide three levels for different gamers. The first core is designed for RTS, RPG, and low-key FPS gamers. The second core is for mid-level FPS players who want to focus on firepower. The third core was designed for the hardcore FPS player in mind, and centers on auto trajectory with strafing and recoil suppression.
All three cores sport almost no lag time between the click and the action on-screen. The Multi Core mouse touts a 1ms delay between click and action, whereas the typical gaming mouse takes 18ms.
The design is ergonomic and extremely lightweight, with a smooth matte overlay on the top. The side indention for your thumb features some grooves that allow air to circulate, cutting down on sweaty residue from prolonged exposure. On the bottom of the mouse, the laser is holeless, to cut down on exposure to the elements, and can be wiped clean within a couple of seconds with a cloth that is provided in the packaging.
Overall, this mouse is perfect for people who love accuracy, and don’t want a bulky monstrosity under their fingertips. Although there is key mapping in the software that comes with it, there aren’t enough buttons for people who want everything at their fingertips without having to move their hands very much, but this makes it easier to manipulate across your mouse surface when you play. Great mouse for a great price. Bloody definitely knows what gamers want in their peripherals.
You can check out the mouse for yourself at A4Tech’s Bloody website.
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