Published on Thursday, 20 April 2017 21:19
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Das Keyboard is one of a handful of keyboard manufacturers trusted by corporations and professionals all over the world so when they launched their very own Division Zero gaming line we didn't know if that was the right move. Well after testing the X40 Gaming Keyboard and the M50 Pro Gaming Mouse we think they are on the right path. The M50 Pro Gaming Mouse may lack RGB illumination (at least for now since Das Keyboard may update it soon or release a different model) and so it may disappoint some gamers but it has one of the sturdiest housings we've ever seen, it's well balanced largely thanks to the rear aluminum base plate and thanks to its ambidextrous design and the rubberized textured areas not only is grip almost excellent but it's also very easy to get used to. On top of all that add the very fast and accurate ADNS-9800 laser sensor which they "tweaked" and you've got of the best gaming mice in the market today. Now personally i would like to see a revamped control panel since this one is just too dull for my taste but that's not really what I’d call a serious drawback.
So just how much does the Das Keyboard / Division Zero M50 Pro Gaming Mouse cost? Well after quite a few price cuts over the past year the M50 Pro Gaming Mouse currently retails for just USD51.15 inside the USA (Amazon.com) and for around 70Euros inside the EU. With that price tag (USA pricing) you really can’t find many similarly priced gaming mice that can compete with the M50 Pro Gaming Mouse in terms of grip, quality and precision and I’m certain that’s what most people are looking for in a gaming mouse which is why it leaves with our Golden Award.
- Very Good Build Quality
- Ergonomic / Ambidextrous Shape
- Excellent Grip
- Very Accurate & Fast (Pixart ADNS-9800 Laser Sensor)
- Extensive Red Backlight
- 2.1m Long Braided Cable With Gold Plated USB Plug
- Price (USA)
- No RGB Illumination
- Price (EU)
- Control Panel Design