OCZ Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse

Package and the Mouse

The mouse comes bundled with everything that is needed to get it up and running and not much more. The weights supplied with it are kept in a handy little plastic case. Besides that, all you really get is the software on a CD and the instruction manual.
While this doesn't seem a lot, you really don't need anything else to get the Dominatrix up and running. Some spare feet may have been nice, but couple the OCZ Dominatrix with a nice mouse pad and the supplied ones should last a long time.
The Mouse
Looking at the mouse itself, it's a familiar and ergonomic design that  we've seen numerous variations of. Two large dips in each side mean that the mouse will sit within the hand comfortably, whilst not letting the fingers on each side drag on the surface the mouse it's being used on.
Overview 1 Mouse 2
As you can see the main body of the Dominatrix is coated in a matt black rubber coating with glossy plastic finish on the edges surrounding the blue rubber thumb and pinky grips.
Mouse 3 Mouse 4
The central strip is blue plastic; harbouring the four way scroll wheel, the On-the-fly DPI button and the game mode button.
 Underside Under_weights
The underside of the mouse is dominated by the weights compartment, and the laser is positioned close to the centre of the mouse where it should be. The OCZ Dominatrix has large feet bordering the edges of the base. Due to their size it might be a bit difficult to apply third party gliders of any kind, but hopefully the feet will be slippery enough not to need them.
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Most Recent Comments

29-09-2008, 15:09:09

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

29-09-2008, 15:17:58

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

29-09-2008, 15:20:29

Always a bad move for a gaming mouse manufacturer not to release 64 bit software with the product

Looks pretty nice for the price thoughQuote

29-09-2008, 15:36:24

I don't like looks of it, but it does seem pretty good value. Still not going to get me to ditch the G9. I like the little weights thing, that seems quite a good system, but I prefer a small mouse, in black preferably.

Nice review as always though.Quote

29-09-2008, 15:43:40

looks pretty nice, i loooove that kind of shape, so comfy, i can't stand using my old mice since i got my new laser mouseQuote

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