Ploopy Mouse Review - Open-Source Firmware 18

Ploopy Mouse Review - Open-Source Firmware

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Introduction

Ploopy Logo


While open-source firmware such as QMK is somewhat common for keyboards, it is a rather rare sight for mice. The Ploopy Mouse is one of those rare exceptions, running on an open-source QMK firmware fully compatible with VIA. While conceived primarily for productivity work, PixArt's PMW3360 capable of 12,000 CPI enables one to use it for gaming as well. Furthermore, the Ploopy Mouse features a large, right-handed ergonomic shape with eight buttons in total, all of which are customizable to one's liking through QMK. Being 3D-printed, every Ploopy Mouse is individually assembled by hand, which allows one to freely pick and mix from among five different colors for top and body.



Specifications

Ploopy Mouse
Size:140 mm x 90 mm x 40 mm
Size (inches):5.5" x 3.5" x 1.5"
Ambidextrous:No
Weight:115 g
Number of Buttons:8 (including wheel click)
Main Switches:Omron D2LS-21
Wheel Encoder:Optical
Sensor:PixArt PMW3360
Resolution:1200/1600/2400 CPI
Polling Rate:1000 Hz
Cable:1.70 m, braided
Software:No
Price:$129.99–134.99 CAD
Warranty:1 year
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