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Gwolves Hati HTS Ultra Lightweight Honeycomb Design Wired Gaming Mouse 3360 Sensor - PTFE Skates - 6 Buttons - 50G (Red)

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I didn’t really expect to like this mouse so much in all honesty. Partially because I had never heard of G-Wolves until a month or two ago and I had my doubts that any new company would be able to put out a top tier gaming mouse without having to make any real compromises, but I’ve been proven wrong and I’m not ashamed to admit that. The Skoll is an ergonomic mouse, and a very comfortable one at that. This is one of the better designs of its kind out there if you ask me so if you like your mice to have this natural sort of flow to them this is going to be great for you. It doesn’t force you into a certain grip either. Obviously no mouse is perfect for any hand size and grip style (more on that later on in the review) but the shape is so nicely done that it should accommodate a large selection of grips and hand sizes. The same goes for the scroll wheel. It’s a nearly silent wheel with clearly defined steps and it’s a pleasure to use both for browsing and gaming. The fact that the steps are rather clearly defined also makes it a good option for people who use their scroll wheel for delicate operations such as switching weapons or spells. All in all I really like this wheel, and that feeling is topped off by the fact that the wheel is very easy to press. I use this functionality a lot in certain games, so when a mouse has a wheel that’s easy to press it’s always a plus to me. We've converted this review to Test Bench 1.2. This update simplifies our Weight test and expands on our CPI test from Test Bench 1.1, resulting in changes to test results in both sections. For more details, you can see our complete changelog here.

No mouse will make you an aiming God all of a sudden so don’t get this mouse (or any mouse, for that matter) thinking that your headshot ratio will instantly improve by 10% or whatever but it isan absolute pleasure to game with the Skoll. The combination of the extremely low weight along with the utterly fantastic cable makes for a truly special gaming experience, and that combined with the amazing shape makes it one of my favorite mice of the past couple of years for gaming. It’s also the first ergonomic super light mouse that I’ve really tested and since I personally prefer ergo mice (though I have no issues using ambi mice if the shape suits me) this is a really great match for me. That’s obviously my personal opinion, but I can also objectively say that this mouse performs great in every sort of game thanks to the flawless sensor, great cable, and very decent buttons. G-Wolves Skoll Review – Conclusion G-wolves is a young and inventive gaming brand that has taken the industry by storm with its world-class gaming mice. Their products have a distinct and innovative design, which also applies to the G-wolves mouse - this product has excellent ergonomics and is lightweight without feeling cheap or fragile. Several models fit both right and left handed users. The shape is so nice that it really works withyou as opposed to against you, if that makes any sense. There are no weird angles or ultra thin ledges that force you to hold it in a certain way, so for this reason I’m confident that it’s a good match for a very wide variety of grip types. Buttons and Scroll Wheel

You can configure the DPI and lighting in their software and that same software also allows you to record macros and all that jazz. It’s a lightweight app that honestly does everything it needs to, and while it doesn’t look as premium as the software that’s offered with some of the more established brands (there are even a bunch of grammatical mistakes in the app) it all works flawlessly, so all’s well if you ask me.

The scroll wheel is rubberized with a bit of texturing to it and I never caught it skipping any steps so as far as I’m concerned (and I am aware that this is mostly personal opinion) it’s one of the better wheels that I’ve tested in recent months. I know that people will be wondering whether or not the holes have an impact on performance and I can be short here: they don’t have any impact. They’re only there to make the mouse lighter (which couldimprove your performance, to be honest) but they’re nicely rounded so they aren’t irritating to the touch in case you were worried about that. I personally don’t even notice that they’re there when I’m playing.

Something that you often see with these new (and relatively unknown) gaming brands is that they try to make their products stand out by using rather aggressive color schemes or design cues, more often than not accompanied by a lot of branding and logos. Not so with the Skoll. The fact that it’s got holes in the shell obviously signals that it’s not a regular office mouse, but aside from that it’s a pretty subtle looking product. Right underneath the scroll wheel you can see the G-Wolves logo but that’s it as far as branding goes. The G-Wolves Skoll has an amazing shape (it’s a Zowie EC clone) with a best-in-business cable, very decent buttons, amazing scroll wheel and a flabbergasting weight of just 66 grams. It’s as close to feeling like you’re playing without a wire as you’re going to get without using an actual wireless mouse, and if you’re someone who wants their mice to be as light as possible you owe it to yourself to try this one. Thanks to the company's progressive product development with the latest hardware, mice from G-wolves have an awesome resolution and polling rate, which you can set according to your playing style. The buttons are programmable and, in addition, a mouse from G-wolves often comes with a lot of extra accessories. This means you can adjust it to really make it your own. The brain of this mouse is the now standard 3360 sensor. That one’s completely flawless which, as you may or may not know, means that it translates every move you make on your desk to the game with perfect precision and without any predictionor acceleration. Being that it’s a gaming mouse this is obviously very important so I’m glad to see that G-Wolves went for the 3360 as opposed to going for something obscure or subpar. You’ll see your standard two side button setup here, and this is nicely done. The buttons are easy enough to distinguish and, for me, they’re placed nearly perfectly but I can imagine that people who tend to place their thumb a little lower than I do when gaming would have liked these to be a bit bigger or positioned a little lower.

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