HK Gaming is a new gaming peripheral company based in Hong Kong. After the Mira-S received its well-deserved accolades not too long ago, the Mira-M (medium) is set to follow suit. The biggest difference between the two is in their ambidextrous shape: The Mira-M isn't just a sized-up Mira-S but rather its own unique shape. Everything else has stayed the same: PixArt's top-tier PMW3360 capable of up to 12,000 CPI, Omron switches for the main buttons, a particularly flexible cable, and high quality pure PTFE mouse feet. Even the weight is basically the same, sitting at a very light 63 g. Of course, a set of replacement mouse feet and a set of grip tape are again found in the box as well. Basic RGB lighting and full software customizability are included, too. For this review, I'll be taking a look at the black version, but versions in several other colors are also available.
|HK Gaming Mira-M|
|Size:||124 mm x 64 mm x 39.5 mm|
|Size (inches):||4.88" x 2.5" x 1.5"|
|Number of Buttons:||6 (including wheel click)|
|Main Switches:||Omron D2FC-F-K (50M) (China)|
|Polling Rate:||125/250/500/1000 Hz|
|Cable:||1.80 m, braided|