NZXT Lift 2 Mouse Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

NZXT Lift 2 Symm Review


Such has been the popularity of the NZXT peripheral range, they’ve recently refreshed them. We’ve already looked at the excellent Function 2 keyboard with its NZXT Swift optical switches. Now it’s the turn of the NZXT Lift 2. We reviewed the original NZXT Lift almost two years ago. It had the famous PixArt 3389 sensor with 16000 DPI. Where it really scored though was its low weight, a mere 67g.

What if that wasn’t light enough? What if you wanted an even beefier sensor? Perhaps you could do with a significantly higher polling rate for responsive gaming? Enter the NZXT Lift 2.

There are two different styles of Lift 2. The Ergo is a right-handed ergonomic design. The one we have here for you today is the NZXT Lift 2 Symm and Ergo. As the name suggest, one is symmetrical. Perfect for both lefties and those of you who like the claw style as well as palm. The Ergo is a slight right handed model, for those of you who prefer a gentle curve to your rodent.

As you can see from the specifications, the NZXT Lift 2 has the best PixArt sensor on board, the massive 26000 DPI PMW3395. This is allied to an 8000Hz polling rate, compatible with Nvidia’s Reflex technology. Lastly, for those of you who can’t abide weight, it’s one of the lightest mice on the market at a mere 58 grams for the Symm and 60 for the Ergo. Let’s take a look.

Technical Specifications

NZXT Lift 2 Symm Specifications

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