Gigabyte is mostly known for making motherboards. However, they have also been making computer peripherals like mice and keyboards for some time now. Most of these are very budget oriented both in features and price. With the XM300, Gigabyte keeps the budget friendly pricing, but offers Omron switches, a top-end SDNS 3988 optical sensor, and RGB lighting. So the feature set is there to make it an excellent mouse on paper, but how does it hold up in real life?
|Buttons:||6 + scroll wheel button|
|MATERIAL:||Plastic / rubber|
|DIMENSIONS:||W: 60mm L: 130mm H: 43mm|
|GRIP TYPE:||Right handed palm|
|SENSOR:||Avago SDNS 3988 Optical|