Mountain Makalu 67 Gaming Mouse Review

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2020-09-24

As the first mouse from Mountain, Makalu 67 presents itself as a quite impressive product, incorporating the latest trends and technologies from the gaming segment; we do get the latest PixArt PAW3370 high-end sensor with a tracking DPI of up to 19000, 1-2mm lift-off distance but also a much lowered error rate versus the previous versions. The ribcage design of the chassis looks more interesting versus the hexagonal hole pattern we have seen with other brands and is much less prone to flex as well.

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Firstly, we would like to thank Mountain for offering us a sample of their Makalu 67 Gaming Mouse for testing and reviewing.




About Mountain:


“Mountain creates innovative, premium peripherals with a user-centric design that enables gamers to perform at their best. Their vision is for gamers to have what they need to perform, through uncompromising innovation, pioneering design, supreme quality, and customization.

“Reach Your Summit” is the mantra of Mountain.


Much like climbing a Mountain, gaming takes you on a journey that can be fun, challenging and exciting. Some may seek the thrill of climbing the most challenging slopes, while others are perfectly happy with a hike up an easily approachable mountainside. It doesn’t matter what games we play; the ascension creates the experiences and memories that we love to share, our way to the top of the Mountain.


Some of us are old school gamers, others are youngsters on the bleeding edge of the gaming industry. From Quakeworld on PC and Samurai Shodown on the Neo Geo to CS:GO and Anno 1800, we’ve played them all. We think that, like the ever-evolving PC hardware industry, competitive and recreational gaming is as much about the journey as it is about the destination.”


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