Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Mouse and Mousepad Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Mouse and Mousepad Review

Introduction

We last looked at the Gigabyte Aivia nearly two years ago and found that it was an outstanding wireless mouse, overcoming most of the problems of wireless whilst being fully featured and having a great sensor. Pretty much the only thing we didn't like was the overly pointy design which meant it wasn't the most comfortable rodent for long gaming sessions.

Now the Aivia range has another model, the Krypton. A more standard wired mouse arrangement hides some clever design choices and marries well with the new Krypton mousepad.

Given that the gaming mouse marketplace is probably the stuffed fuller than any other, with mice from absolutely everyone and available to suit every pocket, has the Krypton got enough to stand proudly amongst the very best?

Technical Specifications

Mouse sensors have been moving towards the keyboard side recently. Nearly every mechanical keyboard utilises Cherry MX switches, which means that the fine details are where sales are won and lost. Mice are reaching that level too with only a few producers of extreme performance sensors leading to ever closer performance across all the high-end mice available. The Krypton comes with a Laser sensor, now de rigueur compared to their optical brethren, with a full 8200DPI instead of relying upon software interpolation. But as looks and feature sets are the separators now, let's move on and have a look at the Krypton.

InterfaceUSB
Tracking SystemAdvanced Gaming Laser Sensor
ResolutionReal 8200dpi
Frame Rate12000 frames/second
Maximum Acceleration30g
Maximum Tracking Speed150 inches/ second
Switch Life (L/R click)10 million times
CertificateCE/ FCC/ BSMI/KCC
ColorBlack
Cable Length1.8m nylon braided / Gold-plated USB connector
Dimension(L)128.0*(W)67.0*(H)41.5 mm
Weight110g ~149g adjustable
Support OSWindows XP/ Vista/ Windows 7
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14-06-2013, 05:50:39

tinytomlogan
Gigabyte have updated their top of the range Aivia mouse, and provided a pad to go with it. How does it fair?

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...112927323l.JPG


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14-06-2013, 06:01:34

Goldskis45
Will definitely be getting one of these soon. Just, wow.

14-06-2013, 06:10:02

dugdiamond
i have had one of these for a good few months now, and IMHO it kicks the competition into touch.

14-06-2013, 06:23:17

chrismjurd
looks like my next mouse. awesome!

14-06-2013, 08:34:10

SPS
My bro has this mouse and it's nothing special in my opinion, but the price point is fantastic.

28-06-2013, 15:16:29

mental
looks like I will be getting this. Big supporter of Gigabyte.

28-06-2013, 20:33:03

Traldera
Very tempted on this. Loved the concept of its predecessor but comfort is no1 for me, and apparently thats been sorted
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