AZIO ATOM Review 0

AZIO ATOM Review

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Introduction



AZIO probably isn't very well-known in the mouse market, or at least not as well-known as in the world of mechanical keyboards. They currently have four gaming mice (and two different mouse pads) available, the ATOM being one of their two high-end models. It features a PixArt PMW3360 top optical sensor, an extra wide scroll wheel, 270 degrees of RGB lighting, and no driver software, but three different settings buttons at the bottom. It is fully ambidextrous, too, with side buttons on both sides, so it may be a good choice for left-handed users as well.



Specifications

AZIO ATOM
Sensor:PixArt PMW3360
MCU:Holtek HT68FB560
Main Switches:Huano (20M)
Wheel Encoder:TTC gray, 11 mm
Size:126.6 mm x 65.4 mm x 37.99 mm
Ambidextrous:Yes
Number of Buttons:7
Weight:93 g without cable
Polling Rate:125, 500, 1000 Hz
Cable:1.8 m long, braided
Software:No
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