OCZ Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse

Conclusion

 Conclusion
 
As I stated earlier, it's difficult to evaluate a mouse simply because they are very personal devices and what works for some might be the very thing that others hate. The OCZ Dominatrix handled itself well throughout our tests. The shape isn't really something I prefer, yet I can safely say it was comfortable to use, whether it be for elongated browsing sessions, working in documents or even just blowing off heads. The bind-able buttons could, when put to use, be beneficial. But I can see the potential being overlooked by users that simply plug and play the mouse. Possibly the best feature was the ability to customise the on-the-fly DPI levels using the software. This can allow you to configure, for example, a rife and scoped sensitivity that can be cycled through at the click of a button. That is exactly what a user wants.
 
A quick product search across the interweb shows very few stockists of the Dominatrix at present. The first being listed at play.com at £17.99 but is presented as 'out of stock', and the second located over at Eclipse Computers for £21.09 listed as 'Normally in stock'. If these prices are a good indication of what the OCZ Dominatrix will retail for when it becomes more readily available, then this mouse is a bargain.
 
The Good
+ Comfy
+ Responsive
+ Good feature set
+ Price
 
The Mediocre
* Shape might not suit all
* Weight system
 
The Bad
- Nothing
 
 
 
Thanks to OCZ Technology for supplying the review sample.
 
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29-09-2008, 15:02:30

Ham
OCZ has graced us with another addition to their gaming peripherals line, this time in the shape of the Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse. They were kind enough to ship one out for us to take a look over, see how it faired in the review

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29-09-2008, 15:09:09

Brooksie
Nice review Ham, how does it feel compared to the equalizer?Quote

29-09-2008, 15:17:58

Ham
It's got a lot more features than the equalizer. I prefer the more standard shape myself, but this should be on the short list for people looking for a cheap, sound mouse.Quote
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