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If you want the best performance, it's time to gear up. In part two of our gaming accessories roundup, we're checking out the best gaming mice that can give you the killer edge.
The M6900 is extremely similar to its bigger brother, the M6980 mouse reviewed elsewhere here. The big difference between the two models is the sensor used. The M6980 uses a laser sensor, while the M6900 uses an optical (LED) apparatus. The M6900 replaces the Ghost button on the M6980 with a DPI plus and minus button which works on the fly.
There’s a total of 5 working buttons on the mouse, left and right click, scroll wheel and two thumb buttons. The scroll wheel can also tilt left and right, like the M6890, and the mouse uses the same vertically grooved scroll wheel to allow you to do it in comfort.
Beyond that, the software for the M6900 is good and comprehensive, allowing you to adjust resolutions as well as button functionality. As the mouse uses the same basic design, the M6900 is just as comfortable as the M6980, sitting very sweetly in the hand for those who like to grip the mouse low. The weight of the mouse does seem a little light, however, and it’s slightly incongruous compared with its size.Available from GIGABYTE, retailing for $25.APC rating: 7/10