2GAMDIAS ZEUS P1 RGB ILLUMINATION

Gamdias Zeus P1 RGB Mouse Review

  1. About the Gamdias Zeus P1 RGB Mouse...
  2. Mouse Design, Software Overview and Tracking
  3. User Experience and Conclusion
  4. Online Purchase Links

Disclosure: The Zeus P1 RGB mouse is provided by Gamdias. This is the first Gamdias product that I am reviewing!

About the RGB Zeus…

Gamdias is a known name for peripheral devices. Its reputation is built during its recent years for mouse and keyboards. This is the Zeus P1 RGB mouse. Not just any RGB. Its ‘Dual level RGB’ with two strips of RGB accents on the mouse. Why have one when you can have two, right?

While aesthetics is taken care of, the quality and experience with the device will always be more important. Naturally, I am curious to know how good is Gamdias as the general consensus among many reviewers is favourable.

The Gamdias Zeus P1 RGB uses the Pixart PMW 3336 sensor capable of providing 12,000 DPI. This mouse weighs 125 gms. In comparison, CM Storm Mizar, a rubber side gripped laser mouse weighs 122 gms. Its shell design is smaller, while the Zeus P1 is noticeably larger. Based on CM Storm Mizar’s launch, a lot of people needed a mouse with some weight. It is more of a preference than a con. Unfortunately, some wouldn’t see it that way.

Packaging and Contents

Gamdias provides adequate information about the mouse- function of buttons, DPI level, textured grips, mouse design and its RGB accents.

Its contents are nothing more than the mouse and the instruction manual. The mouse is with a non-detachable sleeved cable with gold-plated USB ports. A Velcro strap is attached to the cable itself, handy enough to tie down excess cables.

Specifications

Tracking MethodAdvanced Gaming Optical Sensor
Dimension
(LxWxH)
127.26 x 72.45 x 40.85 mm
Weight125g
Keys8 Keys
Resolution1600/2400/5600/8200/10800/12000 DPI (Default 1600)
Polling Rate1000Hz
Switch Lifecycle20 Million
USB Cable Length1.8m
Graphical UIYes (GAMDIAS HERA)

Total
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