Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Mouse and Mousepad Review
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The cable is well braided, striking the balance between soft and long lasting. Sliding the bottom off we find plentiful spaces to add weights. These have also been placed as centrally as possible, with room either side so that you can keep the whole mouse balanced, even if you require it to weigh the same as a small elephant.
No your eyes weren't deceiving you. The whole of the bottom of the Krypton is removable. This is because Gigabyte have taken the rather nifty decision to supply two completely different types of feet. One very hard and one of the more regulation Teflon type. Tunability is the watchword, and to this end the Krypton also has two different sets of weights.
Speaking of different feet for different surfaces, Gigabyte are also releasing the Krypton mousepad which is a double-sided affair. It's spectacularly huge and one side is hard for those who prefer a firmer surface, and the other a nice soft cloth for those who like a little friction. Between the two sides of the Krypton surface and the two possible bottoms to the Krypton mouse, you're bound to find something you like.