Gigabyte Aorus Thunder M7 Gaming Mouse Review
Published: 4th November 2014 | Source: http://www.aorus.com/m7.aspx | Price: |
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There are plenty of parts on the M7 that light up, as we will see below, but the build quality is the part we're focussing on here and the quality of the cable matches the rest of the Thunder M7. To look at it you'd imagine that the many different sections and types of plastic would lead to a creaky, cheap feeling affair, whereas it's the opposite. Yes the clear plastic on the right hand side obviously has little grip, but the entirety of the M7 feels good in your hand.
By default the Aorus M7 comes in the standard blue that forms the backbone of 99% of peripherals. There are lights at the front, the scrollwheel, the Aorus logo itself within the mouse and the DPI indicators. Oddly, and slightly annoyingly, the profile indicating LEDs just change the scrollwheel and the logo, with the DPI indicator and the 'headlights' remaining resolutely blue.