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Revoltec FightMouse Advanced

Revoltec has a new range of gaming peripherals. I've already taken a look at their Gamepad Precision Advanced and Precision Pro mousepads and in this review I'm taking a closer look at their FightMouse Advanced. This is a mouse designed for gamers, it features a cool design, a blue illuminated bottom, a DPI switch and a set of weights to make the mouse heavier.

This is one of the first mice for gamers from Revoltec, this German brand is owned by a company called Listan which also makes the be quiet! power supplies.

The mouse ships in a cardboard box with a translucent plastic window so you can see how it looks and how big it is when you see the product in a shop.

Lets take a look at the specifications of this mouse:
  • Resolution: 2000dpi (hardware), 2400 dpi (software)
  • dpi modes: Level 1 (400-800 dpi) - Level 2 (800-1600 dpi) – Level 3 (1600-2400 dpi) – Level 4 (2000-2400 dpi)
  • Image processing: 6.4 Megapixels/sec
  • Max. acceleration: 20G
  • Mouse weight: 100g
  • Exchangeable accessory weights: 10g, 15g and 20g
  • Connection: USB
  • Cable length: 2 metres
  • Sliders: Teflon
  • Bottom illumination: Blue
  • Lighting dpi switch: Off (Level 1) - Red (Level 2) -Purple (Level 3) - Blue (Level 4)
  • Programmable buttons: 3 buttons (scroll wheel and side buttons)
  • Laser sensor: Agilent ADNS-6010
  • The top of the mouse has a carbon look and it's actually pretty reflective like you will see in some of the pictures.

    The cable of the FightMouse Advanced is pretty long, 2 meters should be enough for most users. The only way to connect it to your computer is to a USB port, but that shouldn't really be a problem as most modern PCs have more than enough USB ports.

    In the box I found a manual which explains how to install the mouse and software and how to use the software which you can find on the included CD.

    A nice touch from Revoltec is the included bag for your mouse. It feels pretty soft and should offer good protection for your mouse when going to a LAN party.

    The last item I found in the box where these three weights. You can use them to make your mouse a bit heavier, some people find this can improve performance in games. Revoltec included a 10g, 15g and 20g weight.

    Added: April 10th 2007
    Score: 8/10
    Related Link: Revoltec
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