Whether it is an ultra-lightweight mouse with RGB lights you might be after, it does no longer get any lighter than the Superb Type O (67 grams) for medium to very large dimension arms, and Type O- (59 grams) for small to medium arms. And if this is a wi-fi variant you might be after, excellent information—Superb is answering the decision with the Type O Wi-fi.
The Type O Wi-fi is precisely because it sounds, that being a wi-fi model of the common Type O, no less than in feel and look. It isn’t somewhat as mild at 69 grams, however nonetheless extremely nimble for a gaming mouse. It is even lighter than Razer’s Viper Final, which tests in at 74 grams.
Whilst it seems to be the similar because the Type O, the center are slightly other within the wi-fi model. Superb tells us it’s going to characteristic an all-new proprietary BAMF sensor, regardless that the corporate stops wanting offering any positive grain main points, like DPI and different sensitivity specs. For reference, the Type O makes use of a Pixart 3360 sensor with a 12,000 DPI.
There may be no point out of lag, and/or what applied sciences could be at play to stay responsiveness in shut proximity to a stressed mouse. That stated, wi-fi gaming mice are most often superb at the present time, the place you may be arduous pressed to inform the variation between one and a stressed style.
In line with Superb, the Type O Wi-fi will ship 71 hours of battery existence, if disabling the RGB lights. That is additionally quite higher than the Viper Final, which is rated for 70 hours of battery existence.