Thermaltake Tt eSports Volos Pro Reviews

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"TteSports have done it again, this is easily one of the best mice on the market today and it only gets better when you see the price tag (around £50). There are a few unique quirks about it that make it stand out from the crowd and in a market flooded with familiar products I think a fresh design is a great thing to see."
"An excellent mouse targeting a highly competitive market. Anyone passionate about the likes of League of Legends and Dota 2 should definitely consider the Tt eSports Volos as their next upgrade."
"The Tt eSPORTS VOLOS could have the makings of a great MMO companion."
"True compared to regular gaming mice the VOLOS is not exactly cheap but compared to MMO/MMORPG oriented ones it's actually quite cheaper (5-15% overall) and features a laser sensor we don't see a lot along with an weight system and an industrial grade rubber coated exterior. Now I’m not saying that with the VOLOS Tt eSPORTS has introduced the best gaming mouse out there but for MMO/MMORPG players its grip, speed, accuracy and plenty of buttons make it one of the best available solutions currently and that's why it gets our Golden Award."
"The Tt eSPORTS Volos gaming mouse is a mess of a gaming mouse if I've ever had one. It is literally a kluged piece of work that smashes an Xbox controller with one from PlayStation and births a reject even to Darwin's standards. You can't hold it like a controller, though the buttons are placed like you should just pick it up off your desk and attempt to do so. It's like it wants you to not only have two thumbs, but an extra small or ring finger as well. Finding the buttons while still trying to click and shoot, or even just look around, is like trying to actually do your homework while playing Warframe; it's just not going to happen."
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