• E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
  • E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
  • E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
  • E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
  • E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
  • E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
  • E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
  • E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)

E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)

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  • Upgraded Design with LED illuminated rubberized Scroll Wheel
  • Ergonomically designed for Right-handed Gamers utilizing 'Air wing' Concept
  • Adjustable DPI (Dots Per Inch) switch 500 / 1200 / 1800 / 2500
  • Avago 5090 High-performance Optical Gaming Chipset
  • 2.4G Wireless Transmission Technology (Stable signal in 30 ft. radius)
  • High 3000 Frame/second Rate for extremely precise Tracking Level
  • Maximum Acceleration 20G / Anti-delay Polling Rate 250Hz
  • OMRON Micro Switch provides Lifespan of up to 5 Million Button Clicks

Customer Reviews

Good for price. Bonus points for aesthetics. I had this for 4-5 years until the left click button finally stopped working properly. It still looks almost as new, it's just not nearly as responsive after so much wear/tear. Keep in mind though, I'm a heavy gamer (I play MMORPG's, MOBA's, shooters, and everything under the sun) but I try to take good care of my hardware.Overall, very good mouse for the price. It has the standard 7 buttons that most mouses between $ 10-20 offer, with the added LED's for the cool factor. The battery life is relatively good, lasting a couple of months with low LED usage.Many of my friends actually thought the game was more expensive or fancy just because they'd see the LED's and the modernized design. They'd always get surprised when I mentioned it was the same price as most ordinary mouses.I have to say though, the lateral buttons are a little weak, treat them with care. The wheel is a little too hard to press; however, it rolls very well up or down. The main buttons are clicky, but not hard to press; they do provide a good sense of feedback when you use them. Lastly, the intricate designs on the mouse tend to accumulate dirt so it requires some maintenance.The usb bluetooth thing that connects it to your computer is very small, but pretty tough. That means two things: it takes little space so you can just leave it attached to a laptop almost forever, but it is also pretty hard to pull off from said computer in case you want to use it on a different one.It's not too heavy but it's relatively large so it will fill your hand well without making it hard to drag. The plastic feels a little fragile, but you can drop it from a small distance like your table and it shouldn't break (I've dropped mine like 20 times...)I would recommend it to most people who do some light gaming, people who need the extra buttons for whatever reason, and for people who prefer this visual aesthetic (some just like bland mouses). I DO NOT recommend this for people who click too hard or people who do not understand the strength of their hands... they'd break it in a whim. 4Great mouse, with some caveats I love almost everything about this mouse. Almost.First, the pros. The left and right buttons are very nice, the mouse wheel has a nice feel to it, and the battery life has been great. It fits my hand, and my wife's hand very well, despite my hands being much larger than hers. If you're like me and think lights on your mouse are dumb, you can turn it off.Now, the cons. The side buttons are flimsy, and feel like they're going to pop off at any moment. The DPI adjustment only goes up, so if you're like me and like to jump up to a high DPI briefly for added precision, it gets clumsy. Taking off a star for cutting corners here.Worst of all, the middle click is totally unreliable. A single middle click results in as many as three clicks being sent. If you try to hold middle click, it releases it all on its own, usually immediately. Sometimes it clicks again on its own, but not always.I could have lived with everything but the middle click issues. I use middle click a LOT, and this is a deal breaker. I recognize that I'm pretty unusual here, though, so I'm only knocking off one star. 3Long Term Review - 3 Years of Use This is a long term review. I have had this mouse for 3 years, and it broke today. For the money, I believe that is pretty acceptable performance.This mouse was used for a year in high intensity gaming for about two hours a day. Tens of thousands of clicks an hour. In the past two years, it has been at my desk for work, being used constantly, 8 hours a day. Not as intense use, but consistent.The mouse itself still feels strong. The clicks are still crisp and all the lights and buttons still work flawlessly. I have no complaints about the mouse itself. It feels good in the hand and is much wider than the Logitech M510 (pictured), though it may be a bit "low-profile" for some who like to keep their hand arched more. I do not like the placement of the side buttons, my thumb regularly clicked them when I moved the mouse, keeping me from assigning them to useful commands in gaming. This could be due to my massive hands and fingers, or just poor hand placement. using the thumb rest on the side is extremely comfortable and I love that feature.The transmitter is where this mouse falls short. The construction does not feel strong. The connection between the USB body and the plastic housing feels a bit weak. The contacts on the transmitter seem to have worn to the point where I can no longer get a reliable connection and the mouse constantly malfunctions. For the past month, I have had to remove the transmitter and reinsert it several times a day to reset the connection, and today, it got to the point where it wouldn't work for more than a few seconds before malfunctioning again. Every other wireless mouse works flawlessly, and no other devices malfunction in the same USB port. The malfunction occurs in every USB port I have, regardless of placement on docking station, monitor or hub. (In case you think this is PC or user error.) If I could just replace the transmitter, I believe the mouse would probably go another 2 years at my desk. Treat this piece with care.Overall, I am satisfied with the product for the price. It served me well, and even though it has failed, I may consider replacing it with another of the same. $22 for 3 years of service seems like a fair deal to me. Pictures below are current condition after 3 years of use. 4A Solid, Comfortable Mouse! This is specifically for the 'older' Mazer mouse (EMS152BK), not the Mazer II.I bought this as a replacement for my ancient Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse, since I accidentally destroyed one of the forward and back buttons while cleaning (whoops). If you're used to a claw grip like the M510, switching to a mouse like this with the outer bump takes some time, but I find my fingers hurting less after extended use. While I plan on using this for gaming, even after a month's use I haven't had a chance to stress test it. I'll update this review if I notice any problems (6/17/2017).UPDATE (3/2019):The middle mouse button is legitimately failing now. Multiple clicks happen from time to time, but now the middle mouse wheel is skipping and reversing direction when it shouldn't be. Disappointed, but it's been fine in almost every other way. Will be replacing soon, since I use the scroll wheel heavily. Did not have any problems with paint other than the fading of the E-Blue, but this is to be expected on the palm area.UPDATE (5/2018):I have replaced the manufacturer's included batteries as of last month using only the 'On' setting (not 'Lights On'). I haven't noticed any lag on this mouse, even after a year of use. My hand is way more comfortable after a session of gaming now.My ONE GRIPE, and I'm bummed to say it as I bought this version specifically for it, is the MOUSE WHEEL. The texture of it gives no grip at all, especially after wearing it down over the past year, and it has occasional slippage. What I mean by this is that you can scroll for a few rotations before the wheel either doesn't turn or doesn't register that it's turning. I fixed this slightly by pulling on the wheel a little, but I don't expect it to last. To add to the problem, the middle mouse click registers MULTIPLE TIMES. I'll middle mouse click on a link and it'll open anywhere from one (a good day) to FIVE tabs. Not great.It's also kind of pain to clean, but only on the right hand side (where all of the slot based design is).BOTTOM LINE:I would definitely recommend this to a friend, though only if they had a mouse pad to use it with. This, the slight damage (see below), and the untextured forward and back buttons are my reasons for removing a star. This is a solid mouse with decent weight and doesn't feel cheap or fragile. I'm looking forward to having this for a long time yet!---PACKAGING:The packaging for this product is nice and clean, though I've never come across anything quite like it. The plastic cover has tabs that slip into the back, and the mouse is LOCKED INTO the cardboard that it sits on, though it's quite easy to unlock the plastic housing. Just don't try to rip it off, otherwise you may damage the sensor area of the mouse. It comes packaged with its small USB dongle and a pair of batteries.DESIGN:The top panel of the mouse and left side are a soft matte material which holds up pretty well against dirt and grime-- though grease stains would be particularly noticeable against this material. The scroll wheel, the reason why I chose this over the Mazer II, is a lovely even wheel that is made of some grippy silicon or rubber and comes looking 'pre-worn' and smooth. Everything else is either a smooth or textured plastic. The pads on the bottom of the mouse appear to be some sort of rubberized plastic, but not the usual choice for a mouse. I'm a little concerned that they'll get sticky or fall off with age, but we'll see. I've also noticed that there's a small area of plastic on the back near the wing that looks like it was struck or partially damaged, making it look white from some angles but the same color if looked at straight on. It doesn't bother me, but it definitely doesn't seem stock.BUTTONS:The buttons on this mouse are very responsive; the left and right buttons have a nice crisp click that is softer than the M510 but is by no means 'silent'. The forward and back buttons are responsive, but I wish that they were a little more raised or textured-- it's easy to lose where you are on them and accidentally click the wrong one, since there's no variation in the two. The scroll wheel has 'notches' instead of being a free wheel, and the center click is something that you have to do forcefully. Of note: you can use your right pointer finger to click this middle button to the right (for the same button effect), but you cannot push it from the other direction. The DPI button is something that also has to be pushed with intent-- I have accidentally pressed this ever. You can also go to Mazer's website and download a light software to map the buttons, but I found this unnecessary.UNDERSIDE:The bottom of the mouse has the On/Lights/Off switch and battery housing. You can push the small barred portion of the plastic housing to get to the batteries, though I have concerns that if you needed to switch the batteries frequently you may end up destroying this housing. Of course, the battery life without turning on the life is high enough that this isn't a concern.LIGHTING:I haven't used them at all, except for to test that they worked. The clear plastic on the left, right, and logo show a deep blue. I would also imagine that if you were using this on a clear desk you would be able to see the blue that spills through the sensor area. While the Mazer II's lights seem extremely bright in most photos, the lights on this model are dim and barely noticeable except for in the logo area. This may be due in some part to the thickness of the plastic that covers their LEDs. I didn't have a problem with this-- that was my intent anyways. 3Excellent! When I received it I already knew the entire packaging was going to be in Japanese so I wasn't worried when I saw the box. When I opened it there were 2 double A batteries, the receiver which is a plug-and-forget and the mouse itself covered in a white cloth. Under the cover there are papers. The manual, a warranty paper and a product booklet of other E-blue products all written in Japanese.The front area is matte finish and the back palm area is glossy black.Now that I know completely the pros and cons of the wireless and wired version I will tell you. The wireless version well.. it's wireless but since it's running on batteries they had to lower the energy of the LEDS making the blue LEDS dim. While the wired version running on energy provided from the machine will glow brighter. So if you want brighter LEDS and hate glossy black then go with the wired version BUT if you don't care about the LEDS or glossy back and just want something wireless then this is your mouse.UPDATE 11/6/13 It's been four months since I purchased and I am still running on the stock batteries!! (With the Leds turned off)truly amazing and power-saver!UPDATE 1/30/14 It's now been six months and the mouse is still running on the stock batteries!!!! (I use the mouse daily!!) 5It is a bit smaller than I'd like and a bit lighter in weight but it works I was worried when I read a lot of the reviews for this mouse. They complained about battery life. So I waited MONTHS before posting a review. BTW: I've not had a battery change since the purchase. I use this mouse every day for more than 8 hours a day and have had zero issues. It is a bit smaller than I'd like and a bit lighter in weight but it works. My previous mouse was VERY comfortable but spent a LOT on it and the scroll wheel stopped working 6 months later hence this purchase. So my 4 out of 5 stars is due to the size not being optimal - but that's my subjective opinion. :)UPDATE: It has been 4 months since I started using the mouse and the batteries that came with it are now starting to fail. So the battery usage is excellent! I've replaced their cheap-o batteries with some longer lasting batteries. So battery usage complaints have been addressed as I have no battery issues. 4Cool, long lasting mouse for your PC I am on my second Mazor E-Blue which I have been using for maybe two years now. I took my original one to work and it's gotta be about four years old. Battery life is good, about 6 months I'd say; I don't turn the lights on as it would just shorten battery life. I use my PCs for AutoCad, tons of e-mailing at work but where this comes in handy is using it on a 54" big screen which we use for our monitors at work. We view construction drawings on the 54" screens and the adjustable DPI helps getting around on a set of drawings opened up full screen.The downside to this mouse is it is a little low, to where my hand doesn't quite rest on the top of it and I don't have large hands. If the mouse arched another 1/4" to 1/2" higher and it fit my palm better, I would give it a 5 star rating. 4Love It So Far Great mouse, fits well in the hand, and the blue led lights are very cool. Buttons are responsive, and the DPI settings work well. Mouse has three power settings, Off, On, and On with lights, and the switch is separate from the place where the reciever is stored when not in use, so you don't have to worry about it turning on in a backpack or carry-case (my old mouse did that frequently). Also it looks pretty rad, especially when it's lit up. In terms of longevity and battery life, I will update further down the road, but right now I couldn't be happier.UPDATE:Within twenty-four hours my mouse was overheating, turning off, and the batteries were so hot I had to leave the whole thing in the freezer so I could touch them to take them out. I contacted bangplus on Friday night about the issue, and they had a new mouse in my mailbox the following Monday. This one works like a charm. Very happy with the BangPlus service. Despite the initial problem with the mouse, I'm leaving the 5-star rating because they dealt with the problem so efficiently. Stuff happens. I would definitely buy from them again. 5For the web browsing and home theater .. Great! Ok , So I bought this mouse a month ago . I though It was time to chime in and let you all know how happy I am with this purchase. Keep in mind, I have been spending large amounts on gaming hardware until a friend asked me. why are you needing to spend so much on your NON gaming set ups ? I was directed to this guy and it has been a joy. The size is comfortable for my big hands and the one small thing that kept me from giving 4 1/2 to 5 was the side buttons. No big deal . I used the EBlue mouse driver app and reassigned 2 buttons and now It is all I need. The battery is still going strong and it gets used quite a bit every day. I will admit that I try most nights to turn my mouse and keyboard off to conserve. I really cannot tell at this point if it makes a difference. Hmm for some tech info. I am about 10 feet from the pc and use the arm of my recliner *mostly* for my mousing surface. In short, I recommend this mouse 4Dont buy! Waste of time/money. I was really, really excited for this mouse. I still dont hate it either. But honestly I haven't even had it for a few months and I've changed the batteries so so so many times already, I went through at least an entire 12 pack already. My old mouse, maybe changed the batteries once a year? If that?The most annoying part about it is that its hard to realize it's the batteries when it happens because the actual LED lights will still turn on, then the red tracking laser lights up for a split second, before turning back off, but the blue LED lights would stay on. Even when I moved the slider to turn the blue LED lights off and just have the mouse itself on, the red laser to actually be able to use the mouse would still not stay on. Maybe I just dont know electronics but I would think if there's enough juice for the special fx lights, there should be enough to use the regular mouse without them on if need be.I'm honestly just upset because I do really like the mouse. But I literally feel like maybe I just got a lemon or something. I thought about trying to contact the seller but I was very happy with it at first so I no longer have the box to send it back...I dont want to have to buy another replacement already :( I spent lots of time trying to decide on a new mouse and really thought this was the one, especially with such great reviews. It seems like nobody else had as much of a battery-eating problem as me either...EDIT: I bought this in November, its only the first week of January and it went through the entire 12pack of batteries. I definitely didnt keep the LEDs on much as I would have liked because I started catching on and was worried about draining power.EDIT: changed down to 1star because in the description it says "feel free to contact us if you have any problems" but they DO NOT ANSWER. There was definitely a defect with my mouse. I switched to Logitech because atleast I know they have a 2year warranty on all of their nice and good customer service. Bought it as soon as the Mazer ate through my last pack of batteries. Put batteries in the logitech mouse and haven't had to change it once. The Logitech mouse might not look as pretty as the Mazer, but excels in every other way. 1
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Description
  • Upgraded Design with LED illuminated rubberized Scroll Wheel
  • Ergonomically designed for Right-handed Gamers utilizing 'Air wing' Concept
  • Adjustable DPI (Dots Per Inch) switch 500 / 1200 / 1800 / 2500
  • Avago 5090 High-performance Optical Gaming Chipset
  • 2.4G Wireless Transmission Technology (Stable signal in 30 ft. radius)
  • High 3000 Frame/second Rate for extremely precise Tracking Level
  • Maximum Acceleration 20G / Anti-delay Polling Rate 250Hz
  • OMRON Micro Switch provides Lifespan of up to 5 Million Button Clicks
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Good for price. Bonus points for aesthetics. I had this for 4-5 years until the left click button finally stopped working properly. It still looks almost as new, it's just not nearly as responsive after so much wear/tear. Keep in mind though, I'm a heavy gamer (I play MMORPG's, MOBA's, shooters, and everything under the sun) but I try to take good care of my hardware.Overall, very good mouse for the price. It has the standard 7 buttons that most mouses between $ 10-20 offer, with the added LED's for the cool factor. The battery life is relatively good, lasting a couple of months with low LED usage.Many of my friends actually thought the game was more expensive or fancy just because they'd see the LED's and the modernized design. They'd always get surprised when I mentioned it was the same price as most ordinary mouses.I have to say though, the lateral buttons are a little weak, treat them with care. The wheel is a little too hard to press; however, it rolls very well up or down. The main buttons are clicky, but not hard to press; they do provide a good sense of feedback when you use them. Lastly, the intricate designs on the mouse tend to accumulate dirt so it requires some maintenance.The usb bluetooth thing that connects it to your computer is very small, but pretty tough. That means two things: it takes little space so you can just leave it attached to a laptop almost forever, but it is also pretty hard to pull off from said computer in case you want to use it on a different one.It's not too heavy but it's relatively large so it will fill your hand well without making it hard to drag. The plastic feels a little fragile, but you can drop it from a small distance like your table and it shouldn't break (I've dropped mine like 20 times...)I would recommend it to most people who do some light gaming, people who need the extra buttons for whatever reason, and for people who prefer this visual aesthetic (some just like bland mouses). I DO NOT recommend this for people who click too hard or people who do not understand the strength of their hands... they'd break it in a whim. 4Great mouse, with some caveats I love almost everything about this mouse. Almost.First, the pros. The left and right buttons are very nice, the mouse wheel has a nice feel to it, and the battery life has been great. It fits my hand, and my wife's hand very well, despite my hands being much larger than hers. If you're like me and think lights on your mouse are dumb, you can turn it off.Now, the cons. The side buttons are flimsy, and feel like they're going to pop off at any moment. The DPI adjustment only goes up, so if you're like me and like to jump up to a high DPI briefly for added precision, it gets clumsy. Taking off a star for cutting corners here.Worst of all, the middle click is totally unreliable. A single middle click results in as many as three clicks being sent. If you try to hold middle click, it releases it all on its own, usually immediately. Sometimes it clicks again on its own, but not always.I could have lived with everything but the middle click issues. I use middle click a LOT, and this is a deal breaker. I recognize that I'm pretty unusual here, though, so I'm only knocking off one star. 3Long Term Review - 3 Years of Use This is a long term review. I have had this mouse for 3 years, and it broke today. For the money, I believe that is pretty acceptable performance.This mouse was used for a year in high intensity gaming for about two hours a day. Tens of thousands of clicks an hour. In the past two years, it has been at my desk for work, being used constantly, 8 hours a day. Not as intense use, but consistent.The mouse itself still feels strong. The clicks are still crisp and all the lights and buttons still work flawlessly. I have no complaints about the mouse itself. It feels good in the hand and is much wider than the Logitech M510 (pictured), though it may be a bit "low-profile" for some who like to keep their hand arched more. I do not like the placement of the side buttons, my thumb regularly clicked them when I moved the mouse, keeping me from assigning them to useful commands in gaming. This could be due to my massive hands and fingers, or just poor hand placement. using the thumb rest on the side is extremely comfortable and I love that feature.The transmitter is where this mouse falls short. The construction does not feel strong. The connection between the USB body and the plastic housing feels a bit weak. The contacts on the transmitter seem to have worn to the point where I can no longer get a reliable connection and the mouse constantly malfunctions. For the past month, I have had to remove the transmitter and reinsert it several times a day to reset the connection, and today, it got to the point where it wouldn't work for more than a few seconds before malfunctioning again. Every other wireless mouse works flawlessly, and no other devices malfunction in the same USB port. The malfunction occurs in every USB port I have, regardless of placement on docking station, monitor or hub. (In case you think this is PC or user error.) If I could just replace the transmitter, I believe the mouse would probably go another 2 years at my desk. Treat this piece with care.Overall, I am satisfied with the product for the price. It served me well, and even though it has failed, I may consider replacing it with another of the same. $22 for 3 years of service seems like a fair deal to me. Pictures below are current condition after 3 years of use. 4A Solid, Comfortable Mouse! This is specifically for the 'older' Mazer mouse (EMS152BK), not the Mazer II.I bought this as a replacement for my ancient Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse, since I accidentally destroyed one of the forward and back buttons while cleaning (whoops). If you're used to a claw grip like the M510, switching to a mouse like this with the outer bump takes some time, but I find my fingers hurting less after extended use. While I plan on using this for gaming, even after a month's use I haven't had a chance to stress test it. I'll update this review if I notice any problems (6/17/2017).UPDATE (3/2019):The middle mouse button is legitimately failing now. Multiple clicks happen from time to time, but now the middle mouse wheel is skipping and reversing direction when it shouldn't be. Disappointed, but it's been fine in almost every other way. Will be replacing soon, since I use the scroll wheel heavily. Did not have any problems with paint other than the fading of the E-Blue, but this is to be expected on the palm area.UPDATE (5/2018):I have replaced the manufacturer's included batteries as of last month using only the 'On' setting (not 'Lights On'). I haven't noticed any lag on this mouse, even after a year of use. My hand is way more comfortable after a session of gaming now.My ONE GRIPE, and I'm bummed to say it as I bought this version specifically for it, is the MOUSE WHEEL. The texture of it gives no grip at all, especially after wearing it down over the past year, and it has occasional slippage. What I mean by this is that you can scroll for a few rotations before the wheel either doesn't turn or doesn't register that it's turning. I fixed this slightly by pulling on the wheel a little, but I don't expect it to last. To add to the problem, the middle mouse click registers MULTIPLE TIMES. I'll middle mouse click on a link and it'll open anywhere from one (a good day) to FIVE tabs. Not great.It's also kind of pain to clean, but only on the right hand side (where all of the slot based design is).BOTTOM LINE:I would definitely recommend this to a friend, though only if they had a mouse pad to use it with. This, the slight damage (see below), and the untextured forward and back buttons are my reasons for removing a star. This is a solid mouse with decent weight and doesn't feel cheap or fragile. I'm looking forward to having this for a long time yet!---PACKAGING:The packaging for this product is nice and clean, though I've never come across anything quite like it. The plastic cover has tabs that slip into the back, and the mouse is LOCKED INTO the cardboard that it sits on, though it's quite easy to unlock the plastic housing. Just don't try to rip it off, otherwise you may damage the sensor area of the mouse. It comes packaged with its small USB dongle and a pair of batteries.DESIGN:The top panel of the mouse and left side are a soft matte material which holds up pretty well against dirt and grime-- though grease stains would be particularly noticeable against this material. The scroll wheel, the reason why I chose this over the Mazer II, is a lovely even wheel that is made of some grippy silicon or rubber and comes looking 'pre-worn' and smooth. Everything else is either a smooth or textured plastic. The pads on the bottom of the mouse appear to be some sort of rubberized plastic, but not the usual choice for a mouse. I'm a little concerned that they'll get sticky or fall off with age, but we'll see. I've also noticed that there's a small area of plastic on the back near the wing that looks like it was struck or partially damaged, making it look white from some angles but the same color if looked at straight on. It doesn't bother me, but it definitely doesn't seem stock.BUTTONS:The buttons on this mouse are very responsive; the left and right buttons have a nice crisp click that is softer than the M510 but is by no means 'silent'. The forward and back buttons are responsive, but I wish that they were a little more raised or textured-- it's easy to lose where you are on them and accidentally click the wrong one, since there's no variation in the two. The scroll wheel has 'notches' instead of being a free wheel, and the center click is something that you have to do forcefully. Of note: you can use your right pointer finger to click this middle button to the right (for the same button effect), but you cannot push it from the other direction. The DPI button is something that also has to be pushed with intent-- I have accidentally pressed this ever. You can also go to Mazer's website and download a light software to map the buttons, but I found this unnecessary.UNDERSIDE:The bottom of the mouse has the On/Lights/Off switch and battery housing. You can push the small barred portion of the plastic housing to get to the batteries, though I have concerns that if you needed to switch the batteries frequently you may end up destroying this housing. Of course, the battery life without turning on the life is high enough that this isn't a concern.LIGHTING:I haven't used them at all, except for to test that they worked. The clear plastic on the left, right, and logo show a deep blue. I would also imagine that if you were using this on a clear desk you would be able to see the blue that spills through the sensor area. While the Mazer II's lights seem extremely bright in most photos, the lights on this model are dim and barely noticeable except for in the logo area. This may be due in some part to the thickness of the plastic that covers their LEDs. I didn't have a problem with this-- that was my intent anyways. 3Excellent! When I received it I already knew the entire packaging was going to be in Japanese so I wasn't worried when I saw the box. When I opened it there were 2 double A batteries, the receiver which is a plug-and-forget and the mouse itself covered in a white cloth. Under the cover there are papers. The manual, a warranty paper and a product booklet of other E-blue products all written in Japanese.The front area is matte finish and the back palm area is glossy black.Now that I know completely the pros and cons of the wireless and wired version I will tell you. The wireless version well.. it's wireless but since it's running on batteries they had to lower the energy of the LEDS making the blue LEDS dim. While the wired version running on energy provided from the machine will glow brighter. So if you want brighter LEDS and hate glossy black then go with the wired version BUT if you don't care about the LEDS or glossy back and just want something wireless then this is your mouse.UPDATE 11/6/13 It's been four months since I purchased and I am still running on the stock batteries!! (With the Leds turned off)truly amazing and power-saver!UPDATE 1/30/14 It's now been six months and the mouse is still running on the stock batteries!!!! (I use the mouse daily!!) 5It is a bit smaller than I'd like and a bit lighter in weight but it works I was worried when I read a lot of the reviews for this mouse. They complained about battery life. So I waited MONTHS before posting a review. BTW: I've not had a battery change since the purchase. I use this mouse every day for more than 8 hours a day and have had zero issues. It is a bit smaller than I'd like and a bit lighter in weight but it works. My previous mouse was VERY comfortable but spent a LOT on it and the scroll wheel stopped working 6 months later hence this purchase. So my 4 out of 5 stars is due to the size not being optimal - but that's my subjective opinion. :)UPDATE: It has been 4 months since I started using the mouse and the batteries that came with it are now starting to fail. So the battery usage is excellent! I've replaced their cheap-o batteries with some longer lasting batteries. So battery usage complaints have been addressed as I have no battery issues. 4Cool, long lasting mouse for your PC I am on my second Mazor E-Blue which I have been using for maybe two years now. I took my original one to work and it's gotta be about four years old. Battery life is good, about 6 months I'd say; I don't turn the lights on as it would just shorten battery life. I use my PCs for AutoCad, tons of e-mailing at work but where this comes in handy is using it on a 54" big screen which we use for our monitors at work. We view construction drawings on the 54" screens and the adjustable DPI helps getting around on a set of drawings opened up full screen.The downside to this mouse is it is a little low, to where my hand doesn't quite rest on the top of it and I don't have large hands. If the mouse arched another 1/4" to 1/2" higher and it fit my palm better, I would give it a 5 star rating. 4Love It So Far Great mouse, fits well in the hand, and the blue led lights are very cool. Buttons are responsive, and the DPI settings work well. Mouse has three power settings, Off, On, and On with lights, and the switch is separate from the place where the reciever is stored when not in use, so you don't have to worry about it turning on in a backpack or carry-case (my old mouse did that frequently). Also it looks pretty rad, especially when it's lit up. In terms of longevity and battery life, I will update further down the road, but right now I couldn't be happier.UPDATE:Within twenty-four hours my mouse was overheating, turning off, and the batteries were so hot I had to leave the whole thing in the freezer so I could touch them to take them out. I contacted bangplus on Friday night about the issue, and they had a new mouse in my mailbox the following Monday. This one works like a charm. Very happy with the BangPlus service. Despite the initial problem with the mouse, I'm leaving the 5-star rating because they dealt with the problem so efficiently. Stuff happens. I would definitely buy from them again. 5For the web browsing and home theater .. Great! Ok , So I bought this mouse a month ago . I though It was time to chime in and let you all know how happy I am with this purchase. Keep in mind, I have been spending large amounts on gaming hardware until a friend asked me. why are you needing to spend so much on your NON gaming set ups ? I was directed to this guy and it has been a joy. The size is comfortable for my big hands and the one small thing that kept me from giving 4 1/2 to 5 was the side buttons. No big deal . I used the EBlue mouse driver app and reassigned 2 buttons and now It is all I need. The battery is still going strong and it gets used quite a bit every day. I will admit that I try most nights to turn my mouse and keyboard off to conserve. I really cannot tell at this point if it makes a difference. Hmm for some tech info. I am about 10 feet from the pc and use the arm of my recliner *mostly* for my mousing surface. In short, I recommend this mouse 4Dont buy! Waste of time/money. I was really, really excited for this mouse. I still dont hate it either. But honestly I haven't even had it for a few months and I've changed the batteries so so so many times already, I went through at least an entire 12 pack already. My old mouse, maybe changed the batteries once a year? If that?The most annoying part about it is that its hard to realize it's the batteries when it happens because the actual LED lights will still turn on, then the red tracking laser lights up for a split second, before turning back off, but the blue LED lights would stay on. Even when I moved the slider to turn the blue LED lights off and just have the mouse itself on, the red laser to actually be able to use the mouse would still not stay on. Maybe I just dont know electronics but I would think if there's enough juice for the special fx lights, there should be enough to use the regular mouse without them on if need be.I'm honestly just upset because I do really like the mouse. But I literally feel like maybe I just got a lemon or something. I thought about trying to contact the seller but I was very happy with it at first so I no longer have the box to send it back...I dont want to have to buy another replacement already :( I spent lots of time trying to decide on a new mouse and really thought this was the one, especially with such great reviews. It seems like nobody else had as much of a battery-eating problem as me either...EDIT: I bought this in November, its only the first week of January and it went through the entire 12pack of batteries. I definitely didnt keep the LEDs on much as I would have liked because I started catching on and was worried about draining power.EDIT: changed down to 1star because in the description it says "feel free to contact us if you have any problems" but they DO NOT ANSWER. There was definitely a defect with my mouse. I switched to Logitech because atleast I know they have a 2year warranty on all of their nice and good customer service. Bought it as soon as the Mazer ate through my last pack of batteries. Put batteries in the logitech mouse and haven't had to change it once. The Logitech mouse might not look as pretty as the Mazer, but excels in every other way. 1
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