The Armaggeddon Alien II G7 is perfect for
those looking to make their first step into hardcore gaming relatively new
brand that deals with the gaming peripherals side of the market. So far we've seen
a few gaming headsets from them, and this time around we have a new gaming
mouse in the form of the Armaggeddon Alien II G7.
The G7 features an anti-slip textured
rubber grip that helps the mouse stay in position even after extensive and long
hours of usage. The G7 features seven programmable buttons that can be
customised to suit a user's needs, including two CPI switch buttons which makes
switching between sensitivities ranging from 400 CPI to 3200 CPI much easier.
Much like most other gaming mice these
days, the G7 also comes with nylon-coated cables to keep them from entangling
with other cords. Where performance is a concern, the G7 glides on different
mousepads with relative ease, but we do have issues when we use the mouse for
extended periods, as sweaty hands branch out into MMO gaming, RTS or FPS as the
exta macro buttons really do come in handy in shortening your actions per
minute (APM) counts considerably.
The best thing about the mouse, however, is
that any customisations that you do on it will be stored on the G7 itself and
can be carried over to any PC without having to install any whatsoever on the
new machine. This is definitely very useful if you're going for tournaments, or
playing computer games on someone else's PCs.
Alien II G7
Buttons: 7 programmable buttons
CPI: 400/800/1600/3200 CPI
Poling: 500Hz poling/second
Sensor: PAN 3305
Cord length: 1.8 metres
Comes with extra macro buttons
Mouse grip gets slippery under sweaty hands