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Ozone Xenon Gaming Mouse

Frederik S

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Ozone Xenon is the name of a brand new mouse that features the Avago ADNS-3090 sensor. The Xenon is a no fuss gaming machine and even side buttons are omitted in order to achieve better handling. We put it to the test to see how it fares against other, similarly priced mice.

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First of all, thanks for the review.

I would like to ask the staff to include exact and precise specification if possible please, because little things can make a huge difference. For example - in this case - we have the ADNS 3090, and that's all we know. Mice like the - Storm Spawn, Savu, AM and ECx eVo, etc, are all use the A3090 but they buy/use different packages which makes a huge difference in the tracking characteristic. It would be good to know about the lens (very important), if Ozone ordered the package with default illumination or not, and with what SROM, or are they taking the latest default FW as well, etc.... these things can make a huge difference. Not thinking about any serious research of course, just simply listing these things in the specification.

If they just took the default package from Avago, like how Coolermaster does with the Spawn, then I'm pretty sure the mouse jitters above 2000CPI. Well, not that any gamer would ever need any higher CPI, just saying:toast:
 
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Even my $13 A4Tech mouse has 2 side buttons - it's just so useful. Can't believe there is none on a $40 one.
 
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Even my $13 A4Tech mouse has 2 side buttons - it's just so useful. Can't believe there is none on a $40 one.
True that. I can't hardly use a mouse without side buttons. Not being able to hit the back button easily drives me crazy.