VicTsing Gaming Mouse Under Test (Easterntimes Tech T6)
Gaming mice with over 6000 DPI are no longer uncommon today. However, if you want to draw on well-known brands, some of which even market mice with 10.000 DPI, you have to dig deep into your pocket. The VicTsing Gaming Mouse is an entry-level model with LED lighting and an adjustable DPI value. Whether this mouse could convince me as a gamer, you will learn in this review.
Eastern Times Technology Co. Ltd.
VicTsing Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse (ET-T6)
Plug and Play
DPI: 400-6400 (1000/16000/2400/3200/6400)
Interface: USB 2.0
Cable length: 1.8m
1x gaming mouse
1x Operating Instructions
Already the box in which the VicTsing gaming mouse was delivered shows which target group this mouse is aimed at. The quite nice, box-like box is resealable and is ideal for transporting the mouse, but can also be used elsewhere.
In the box were in addition to the gaming mouse nor a manual and a mini disc with drivers. By the way, the box also showed that this mouse is produced by "Easterntimes Tech" and marketed under the name "T6". (Link to the manufacturer)
The design of the VicTsing gaming mouse is mostly simple. The mouse's surface has a soft coating, but on the left and right the mouse is partly made of smooth plastic, partly of a slightly roughened plastic. In the middle are the rubberized mouse wheel and the DPI key. This can be used to set DPI numbers for 1000, 1600, 2400, 3200 and 6400.
The gaming mouse has a total of 6 programmable keys whose triggering power is about 70g. Accordingly, the keys are very smooth, making the mouse especially suitable for FPS games. On the underside several Teflon pads were attached, as well as there is a "mode button", which I could not see any function. The mouse cable is textile coated and measures 180cm.
The VicTsing gaming mouse is Plug & Play and can be used immediately after connecting via UBS. The DPI mode can also be changed without previously installed drivers.
However, if you want to use the mouse in full, you need to install the driver on the mini disc. Among other things, the DPI number (400-6400) can be freely selected via this driver and its interface, macros can be created, the keys can be freely programmed and the mouse lighting can also be adjusted.
Overall, 5 colors are available. If the mouse is used without the driver, the LED's luminous color is oriented in the respective DPI mode. Unfortunately I could not change the effect mode with the "Mode button".
Only with the driver you can choose the light color and also change the lighting or effect mode (speed / intensity).
►High DPI values
►Work a bit cheap
►buttons have some play