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Date: April 25th, 2007
Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Cyber Snipa
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CONCLUSIONS AND AFTERTHOUGHTS



The S.W.A.T. performs as well as any other laser mouse on the market and has a lot to offer for a reasonable $30 US switchable 800/1600 DPI modes, seven buttons, onboard memory to save preferences, sleek looks, and a comfortable shape. As great as it performs in games it will also serve well as a mouse to use while doing basic things such as web surfing. I couldn't get past the problem with the side arrow buttons' placement though. They are too easy to accidentally press at the same time and that caused annoyance while navigating in a web browser and was unacceptable when gaming. Because of this issue I can't give it our top award, although other than that I found it to be an excellent mouse.


Pros:


-Onboard memory
-Excellent response times
-Comfortable shape
-Reasonably priced


Cons:


-Side button placement can be annoying
-Availability

 

 

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