( 4.3 Average / 6 Ratings )
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I have Roccat Lua mouse for two years. Since I don't play fps or any sort of games that require lightning fast response, it's perfect for me. But this is not a gaming mouse by any means. DPI control is nice, but tri-button mouse cannot be considered a gaming mouse in 2015. However, if you're looking for very durable and solid mouse for your everyday work, definitely consider this model.
This is a really nice budget mouse, but if I had $30 more I would have easily gone with the Corsair Sabre RGB. This mouse isn't the greatest, but is not really that bad at all. The LED lighting effects, the tuneability, and overall feel of the mouse are very nice. No matter how sweaty my hands got or how hard I was gripping it, my hands were comfortable and never had any issues with slipping or fatigue.
The only issue I had with the mouse would be from binding certain commands to the mouse in certain games. The "Push-to-Talk" command is on my MOUSE3 (press down the scroll wheel) and sometimes it would not work. The click would register, but could be a fault in the game rather than the mouse.
Great driver options as well as feel. Fits in my hand perfectly and works great.
It's a mouse and a cheap one but very nice.