AQIRYS T.G.A. Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2022-07-20

The T.G.A. Wireless is quite a light mouse given the included 580mA battery, which can help with quite a bit of usage time from a single charge, while the chassis shape matches the wired version we have tested previously, which remains comfortable even when used for long periods of time. This version is using the high-end PixArt PAW3370 sensor, the one we have found with the Mountain Makalu 67 as well and the tracking was flawless in multiple games we have used for testing such as Escape Academy, Heroes of The Storm, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Command and Conquer Remastered Collection. In terms of latency, we did not notice any difference between wired and wireless modes, which is great!

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Product Specifications

Sensor: Optical, PixArt 3370

Sensitivity: 19000 DPI

Polling rate: 1000 MHz

Max. tracking speed: 400 IPS

Acceleration: 50G

Hardware acceleration: No

Shape: Symmetric, Right-handed

Number of Buttons: 6

Programmable Buttons: Yes

Switch Type: Kailh, rated for 80M clicks

On-board memory: Yes

Illumination: RGB

Connectivity: Dual-mode - Wireless 2.4GHz, Wired

Interface: USB 2.0

Battery: 580mA / max charging time: 2.5h

Battery Life: Up to 50 hours continuous Gaming Time

Operating distance: 10m

Cable type: Ultra-light, braided

Cable Length: 1.8 m

Software: Yes (Windows 7 and up)

Platform: PC & Mac

Size: 120 x 63.5 x 39 mm

Weight: 76 g (Without cable)

Color: Black


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