Test of the Zelotes (ECHTPower) gaming mouse T-90
What's in the box
The ECHTPower / Zelote's T-90 gaming mouse comes in a plain cardboard box bearing the Zelotes branding. Zelotes is a gaming series that is marketed by numerous retailers such as VicTsing, ECHTPower and others. The exact name of the gaming mouse is Zelote's T-90. In addition to the mouse, an instruction manual in German and English was included. A driver CD is not included, but according to the instructions, the mouse is also a Plug and Play device, so drivers are not needed or there are no drivers.
The Zelotes T-90 gaming mouse lights up unpacked and connected thanks to the built-in LEDs in 5 different colors. The mouse is mainly aimed at right-handed people and is shaped accordingly. The case of the mouse is made entirely of plastic, but still proves to be very stable. Column or even creaking spots I could not find any. Everything fits as it should. The surface of the housing is matt rubberized and thus prevents slipping. Unfortunately, there is only plastic on the sides, but the mouse is still in the hand. The mouse cable is textile covered and a bit 1.5m long.
In addition to the buttons for left and right click, the ECHTPower gaming mouse has additional buttons, especially for gamers. Using the left mouse button you can reach three more buttons. Unfortunately, these keys can not be freely assigned due to a lack of drivers. The special "Fire Key" to the left of the left mouse button performs a double left click and is therefore particularly suitable for shooters. With the DPI button on the housing, you can set five DPI levels (1000 DPI, 1600 DPI, 2400 DPI, 3200 DPI, 5500 DPI). A change in the DPI level is indicated by the LEDs lighting up.
Incidentally, the colors in which the mouse lights up can be freely selected via keyboard shortcuts or switched off completely.
The ECHTPower / Zelotes mouse works according to the instructions using an optical sensor. On the bottom there are also Teflon pads, which ensure a smooth glide on the mouse pad.