Today we will be looking at NZXTís Avatar gaming mouse. We have already covered some of their case chassis and power supply lines in previous reviews. The Avatar is an ambidextrous mouse and for those not familiar with the term it is designed for both left and right handed users. Many features to cover on this one so letís take a look at the specifications and packaging then move on for a closer look.
As mentioned the Avatarís symmetrical design provides comfort and functionality for both right and left handed users. A few key features to note before viewing the manufacturers specifications are the hardware adjustable DPI settings, 7 programmable buttons, the small form factor and extruded low friction Teflon mouse feet.
:: 40 Inches/Second
MAX FRAME RATE
:: 6469 Frames/Second
:: 650 - 2600 DPI
:: 5.8 Mega Pixels/ Second
:: Up to 1000 Reports/ Second
:: 7 Buttons, 5 Million Clicks
The Avatar comes packaged in a dark cardboard box showing specifications and pictures of the mouse. Letís quickly take a look at this then move onto the contents of this package.
Opening the Velcro fastened front flap we can view the mouse itself through a plastic windowed opening. On the inner flap is a detailed diagram showing the button locations and descriptions.
Removing the contents of the package we find the userís manual located in the front flap as well as the mouse itself in the other compartment. This is all the package contains as the userís manual actually contains a 3.5 inch installation CD as shown below.