The software has seven tabs with various settings, the last two have support update and minor important information in them. The first five tabs have the settings you will need to play with. The first tab has the buttons asignment menu, game profiles and DPI levels.
On the second tab you will be able to play around with the LED settings and also upload your logo to the OLED display on the mouse.
The third tab allows you to configure the storm tactics keys, while the fourth menu lets you play around with macros.
The fifth and final tab that we look at is the script tab where you can create scripts to use with the mouse.
Mouse rate tester showed that this mouse averages at 850Hz. The mouse is very sensitive and I can really feel how well it responds in both normal daily usage and also in FPS games.
This is a very comfortable mouse, it took me awhile to configure it but when I finally got done configuring it to my features it turned out to be a very nice mouse.
Both during normal daily usage and gaming it has performed well, even during our FPS game sessions. This mouse can be found for around 45$ which is a very good price for the high quality and performance you get. Overall a very nice mouse that you really should take a look at with all its features.
The only con that I found was that the mouse and its software had issues finding each other at a first so I had to play around with it for awhile to work, perhaps this was issues with other mouse software on the setup.
- Issues with software and mouse to find each other