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EasySMX Gaming Mice

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EasySMX offers gaming peripherals on a budget. In this review, we'll take a look at the capabilities of three of their mice—namely, the BD-01, V50, and V18, all of which feature vastly different specifications, shell designs, materials, and colors.

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Good review. One can appreciate the honesty.
 

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While the mice are butt-ugly, I think they make for a decent baseline for "gaming" mice. Aside from the $10 one, of course.
 
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System Name GPD-Q9
Processor Rockchip RK-3288 1.8ghz quad core
Motherboard GPD Q9_V6_150528
Cooling Passive
Memory 2GB DDR3
Video Card(s) Mali T764
Storage 16GB Samsung NAND
Display(s) IPS 1024x600
While the mice are butt-ugly, I think they make for a decent baseline for "gaming" mice. Aside from the $10 one, of course.
That's kinda what I was thinking.
 
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