Gaming peripherals have come a long way with hardcore gamers always looking for the perfect device to master those kills. Be it a headset, surface or mouse, gamers are always on the lookout for the best hardware available in the market to fit their gaming needs.
So does the Ikari live up to what went into its making? Let’s take a look.
Body and Feel
Considering that the shape and specifications were made with inputs from professional gamers, I was a bit uncomfortable with the right button (right click). The right button is a bit longer than the left button due to its inverted curve and has a marginally raised end. Personally, I found this very uncomfortable for long use. My finger didn’t rest properly on the right button, though the mouse fit perfectly in my palm. The mouse is designed only for the right handed.
Ikari senses up to 3,200 CPI and lets you store two CPI values in the mouse, which you can toggle with a single click of the CPI button. CPI stands for Counts per inch, which basically has the same functionality as DPI or Dots per inch. The two profiles, High and Low can be toggled by simply pressing the CPI button. The mouse indicates which value you are on through two LEDs found on the left side of the mouse.
Changing the CPI value of high and low is very easy. Press and hold the CPI button until the LCD at the bottom reads Low: xxxx or high: xxxx. Using the scroll wheel so can set the desired CPI value and once again press the CPI button to save. All this can be done without installing the software.
Updated 22 May, 2013, 9:02 am IST
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