Dream Machines is a peripherals company based in Poland. Their newest release, the DM5 Blink, is a right-handed ergonomic mouse. It comes with the usual assortment of features one would expect in 2019: The PMW3389, which is capable of up to 16,000 CPI and currently one of PixArt's best optical sensors, main button switches rated for 20 million clicks, a particularly flexible "shoelace" cable, full RGB lighting, and software customizability. What's less expected, however, is the notably wallet-friendly price tag of $32.99. Let's find out whether the DM5 Blink is able to hold up.
|Dream Machines DM5 Blink|
|Size:||125 mm x 66 mm x 42 mm|
|Size (inches):||4.92" x 2.59" x 1.65"|
|Weight:||95 g w/o cable|
|Number of Buttons:||8 (including wheel click)|
|Main Switches:||Huano (20 M)|
|Polling Rate:||250/500/1000 Hz|
|Cable:||1.65 m, braided|
|Warranty:||2 years (EU)/1 year (ROW)|
Packaging, Weight, Cable and Feet
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