QPAD 8K Gaming Mouse Review
Published: 11th May 2015 | Source: QPAD | Price: £67.62 |
As well as the QPAD 8K we were provided with their UC 36. A large, 360x300mm, cloth mouse pad it has a low drag surface that still allows you to retain control over your mouse. We like the simplistic design as well.
The 8K comes in an extremely high quality package. The outer sleeve holds all of the information and features of the 8K, whilst inside is a sturdy box keeping the 8K well protected. On packaging alone the initial impressions are good.
Once freed from its cardboard confines the 8K is clearly a mouse for those with larger hands, and southpaws need not apply.
The right hand side has a small shelf for your outer fingers to rest upon. The whole surface is soft touch rubber so you can be certain that you'll remain under control even during tense gaming moments. The left hand edge holds the two back and forward buttons that have become ubiquitous.
The top side shows the translucent mouse wheel and QPAD logo, both of which can be coloured to your preference as we'll see on the next page. There is also the profile/DPI indicator lights and the buttons to switch between them. Underneath the 8K we find the Avago sensor and plenty of low-friction pads to help keep things smooth.
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Great Review Brian, Like Barnsley said it's a rebrand and a rather expensive low spec rebrand at that, my TechNet M008 whoops this in every aspect and only cost 20 pieces of Queenie paper. Quote
I should know, I had the Tecknet one. Even had the same side button issues that mine had.Quote