Xtrfy is a Sweden-based peripherals company that was established in 2011. Their newest mouse, the M4, joins the recent range of gaming mice that are specifically designed to be as light as possible. To that end, the M4 features an ergonomic (right-handed only) shell that is almost entirely covered in holes. The sensor is PixArt's PMW3389, which is capable of up to 16,000 CPI and one of the best optical sensors currently available. Furthermore, the M4 comes with 100% pure PTFE feet, a particularly flexible cable dubbed "EZcord," and full RGB capabilities. The Xtrfy M4 will be available in five different colors: Black ($59.00), White/Pink/Miami Blue ($65.00), and Retro ($69.00). In this review I'll be taking a close look at both the Black and the Retro color variants.
|Size:||120 mm x 68 mm x 39 mm|
|Size (inches):||4.72" x 2.67" x 1.53"|
|Weight:||69 g w/o cable|
|Number of Buttons:||6 (including wheel click)|
|Main Switches:||Omron D2FC-F-7N (OF) (20M)|
|Cable:||1.80 m, braided|
|Warranty:||2 years (EU)/1 year (US/APAC)|