ZLOT Wired Vertical Mouse,Ergonomic Design USB LED Optical Mice,3200 DPI 6 Buttons for Office, Gaming, PC, Computer,Laptop,Mac, Black
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- 4 Adjustable DPI Values. Simply press the DPI button to select among 1200/1600/2400/3200 DPI
- Ergonomic Vertical Design. Unlike those traditional ones which strain wrist and arm over time, causing great pain. The vertical design provides better support for your forearm minimizing wrist pain that can come from twisting
- Added next/previous buttons provide convenience when webpage browsing; the superior choice for internet surfers, gamers and people who work at length at the computer.
- Sensitivity than standard optical mice for smooth and precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces.
- Widely Compatible with Windows 2000/ME/XP（x64）/Vista/7/8/10/Mac OS X（over V10.4)/Linux.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 11 x 7.19 x 7.49 cm; 204 Grams
- Date First Available : 21 January 2019
- Manufacturer : ZLOT Master
- ASIN : B07MZB4MYL
- Item Model Number : 19T20
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Button number：6 buttons
Tracking System: optical
USB cable length: 1.8m
Working voltage/current: 5V/100mA
Button life: 5 million times
Roller life: 1.2 million turn
Product dimensions: 110*72*75mm
Product weight: 160±5g
Rate of return: 125Hz
Windows：2000/ME/XP（x64）/Vista/7/8/10/Mac OS X（over V10.4)/Linux
An available USB port
Package Contents (attachment) :
Mouse x1 Instructions x1
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The light bars of this are of a much nicer quality than I could have expected, the DPI is FAST! So fast that the highest setting may be a bit unusable but that's all ok because it can be adjusted to a lower DPI of course.
The material is smooth to the touch, which feels great, and my hand feels much better after a long time of using a vertical mouse compared to traditional.
The Macros work just fine, but if you want macros then you should just use a different mouse with macro assigned buttons.
HOWEVER, the "joystick" on this mouse is complete garbage due to the deadzone being so far you basically have to slam the sucker all the way to the side. I will be looking to remap the stick to be used for menu or inventory settings, etc. However, you can use it to jump if you press it due to it equaling the space bar.
Joystick press == Spacebar
Usually, these ZELOTES mice are complete garbo, but this one is just a bit ahead of the others.
This mouse would likely work great for someone with bigger hands or with much longer fingers/thumbs than I have. I cannot reach the farther-away thumb button AT ALL; I can reach the closer thumb button but I can't click it without changing my grip and rocking my hand forward. It is USELESS to me for gaming, which is the only reason I bought it.
Returning within 5 minutes of opening it.
The moment you install the Zelotes - C-18 software the mouse locks up. I am using Windows 10. If I restart the mouse will work again, but once the application opens it locks up again. I think I traced this as being a double HID input device that gets populated, each time you plug it in, or restart. Because by unplugging the mouse with the software closed and deleting the extra device seems to correct the issue...until you reboot.
Moreover the mapping software does not allow for custom keyboard binding. You have only a list of macros (key combos) to map to the buttons, otherwise leave it as WASD. I do not need another WASD function on the mouse and would rather map the joystick to the arrow keys, but you seems you cannot. I tried creating custom macros for up, down, left, and right to no avail.
The joystick is positioned in an awkward position, such that you cannot be accurate with the mouse and also use the joystick. The joystick needs to be shorter, like the hat on a Thrustmaster flight stick, but flat, like it currently is, but with grip. More importantly it needs positioned lower down the side by a quarter of an inch, so that you can maintain a grip on the mouse. The click function on the joystick is also hard to use because it moves the mouse with the amount of pressure that is required, but this would beess an issue if the stick was more on the side of the mouse, as you could then clamp the mouse with your palm and push on the stick.
I figured out my macros issue. The issue is bad English. Some settings in the software are live, like mouse DPI and sensitity. Others need applied. This is why my macros weren't working. First, in order to map a custom key, like Up arrow, you need to select "create shortcut" instead of something like "custom key." Previously I had just been going to "assign macro" and creating a single Up arrow command. Lastly to "Apply" your settings you need to click on the word "Application," which I previously assumed was for assigning the profile to an app. This should be called "Apply," or "Save."