Gaming Mouse Tt ESPOTRS Theron And Mouse Pad Ladon

8/27/2012 9:43:25 PM

Theron Mouse of Tt eSPORTS is nicely designed, not too complex and light.

Besides basic buttons, it has 5 sub-buttons and 4 LEDs located around the body so that they light in many colors concurrently. The weakness is unreasonable button locations.

Description: Gaming Mouse Tt Esports Theron

Gaming Mouse Tt Esports Theron

The design of Theron helps itself to lie completely in your palm. The upper side has 2 function arrow-shaped buttons. They are used for adjusting DPI of the mouse. However, they are located a little deep so it is difficult to use the index finger to press them. On the left side, there are 2 function buttons; it is default for Back and Forward when browsing webs. These 2 buttons are located very close to the thumbs so you may press them by mistake when using. The final function button is on the right side. You can download the managing software on the homepage of Tt eSPORTS to assign other functions for these buttons. Or you can create macros (up to 40 macros) to assign for single button.

Description: You can choose one color for each Profile

You can choose one color for each Profile

When you turn the mouse up, you will find that there are 2 other buttons at the bottom. The first one is used for quick switching among game profiles (up to 5 profiles) and another is used to switch Polling Rate frequencies (125, 500 and 1000Hz). The higher this frequency, the smoother the mouse performs but the CPU will work heavily. There is a handle to switch between Lock and Unlock. When it is at Lock, Theron will disable the whole 5 buttons so that nothing would happen if you touch them by mistake. You just need to switch it to Unlock to turn them on again.

Not that all, there is a small lid containing some tiny iron balls at the bottom. These iron balls are for increasing or decreasing the mouse’s weight. In games that require heavy mouse such as shooting games, you can put more iron balls in; and for games in which you have to move the mouse a lot such as AOE, you can put them out.

Theron is equipped with many LEDs. One is under the scrolling wheel, 2 are on 2 sides, 1 is in the back and 1 is under the logo. There are 7 colors in total. You can choose one color for each Profile. Every time you press the Profile button, the color will change as well. Especially you can use Tt eSPORTS to make single color for each LED. It looks funny.

Besided Theron Mouse, I will introduce the mouse pad called Ladon. It has dimensions of 360 x 300 x 3mm. The upper side is made of net but it is quite slippery. When used together with Theron, it delivers a feeling of comfort. Although it is slippery, you can completely control the mouse and feel it. The thick mouse pad and its big size will comfort you when you are playing FPS games, especially when you have to decrease the DPI. Then, the mouse will move slowly and we need an enough space to move it.


DPI: 100 - 5600

Cable: 1.8m, Gold-Plated Connector

40 macro keys

7-color light system

Polling rate: 125/500/1000Hz

Internal memory storage: 128KB to save macros

Weight: 22.5 g

Dimensions: 123.65 x 73.8 x 40.2 mm

Connections: USB

OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP      

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