Epic Gear Meduza Mouse and Hybrid Pad Review
Published: 28th March 2012 | Source: Epic Gear | Price: |
The software (which comes on a supplied CD) is excellent. As well as a small footprint it is very easy to use and is very well designed with everything laid out clearly. The sensor mode indicator has some clear steps and shows at a glance the current position of the underside switch. All but the profile selection button are customisable with some basic functions built in.
Fine tuning is always an important element and the Meduza has all the options you'd expect. One cool one which isn't available on every mouse is the angle snapping. This attempts to interpret your movements and, at certain settings, will smooth out slight deviances to keep your crosshairs (or paintbrush) on a straight line. Of course this is optional, but it's a nice feature if you either need to draw a straight line or want to keep your chaingun at head height.
A slight bug with a new macro being named a 'marco' but the actual macro recording process is probably the finest we've come across. As well as recording keystrokes and delays, it's also really easy to trim those delays out in one CTRL+click selection bunch, rather than the delete, highlight, delete, highlight we see in nearly every other macro editor.