Pros: Sensor performance, software, overall build quality, RGB colour customisation, suitable for left and right handers
Cons: Price, no weight adjustment
Build Quality: 9/10
Design & Looks: 9/10
My final Rating: 9/10
Review Date: July 2016
Review Price: £60
First of all I would like to thank QPAD for sending me the mouse for review. After having reviewed a variety of other mice, I was intrigued to see how the QPAD line would compare to some of the best mice out there in the market, including my daily driver, the Logitech G303 and Logitech G502, which both house arguably the best sensor on the market, the Pixart PMW3366.
Full specs of the mouse can be found on QPAD’s website.
Here’s my video review of the mouse:
Now let’s get into this written review!