Sharkoon DarkGlider Pro Reviews
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Sharkoon DarkGlider Reviews3
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"If precision and style are important factors in choosing your next mouse, I can solidly recommend the “DarkGlider Experience.”"
"Negative aspects aside, the DarkGlider is still a superb mouse for any large handed gamer, especially at a the price it is currently retailing at. It would be almost impossible for Sharkoon to cram any more features into the mouse without compromising the overall positive experience. In fact, the only aspect they could change or add to is the amount of buttons, but currently residing at 10, this is an ideal amount for most gamers. We were pleased to see that some thought had gone into the placement of the LCD screen also, as with some of the other mice currently available on the market – where it is covered by your hand when using the mouse. We’ve had a very pleasant experience with the mouse, and applaud Sharkoon for not sacrificing the quality of the mouse to fit all those features in, and again, at a very respectable RRP."
"This mouse is a mixed bag. It apes the features of much more expensive mice−lots of extra buttons, on-the-fly DPI switching, weight tuning, macro programming, &c.—but falls short in the execution. On the other hand, the sensor and body are both extremely solid, and the buttons you’ll use most are very responsive. The ceramic feet are a feature you don’t often see on mice of any price, and they are quite nice. Though it’s not without its flaws, with a retail price of €39.99 (roughly $50 us), the DarkGlider provides good value for the money."