NZXT Lift Mouse Review
Published: 15th March 2022 | Source: NZXT | Price: £39.99 |
We don't see a lot of white mice, but even allowing for that the matte finish on the Lift makes it extremely attractive when compared to the majority of rodents that pass through these offices.
The design is one of simplicity. It's all soft curves with barely an angle in site. When you couple that to the aforementioned matte finish you end up with a mouse which is phenomenally comfortable in the hand.
The underside reveals the eye of the PixArt 3389 sensor, a 16000 DPI monster which has come to dominate the mouse world with its combination of accuracy and fast tracking.
Up top we have a scroll wheel with the same texture as the Function keyboard wheel had, should you want to pair these two peripherals together.
The left hand side is where, to the surprise of nobody, we find the two side buttons which are the only extra elements of the Lift. If the Function keyboard was a unique take on the formula, the Lift Mouse is a more conservative approach.
Like all recent peripheral launches the NZXT Lift has a full choice of colours for your lighting, although in this particular case it's more of a subtle underglow that neatly lights your palm and approximately a centimetre of mouse pad around it. Which is fine with us. A lot of mice have tons of flashing lights on them in a multitude of places, but once you've got your paws on them it's all covered anyway.