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OZONE Neon M50 Optical Pro Gaming Mouse Review

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     Whether we like it or not the PC industry doesn't release serious and highly anticipated game titles as frequently as it did in the past and that's quite disappointing even more so if you like using games in order to sufficiently test gaming peripherals like we do. Certainly there are always some multiplayer online game titles which one can play again and again like Star Citizen, Planetside 2, World of Warships, Elite Dangerous, Battlefield 1, Dreadnought and others but nothing beats playing a brand new game which you've been waiting for years and years to get released. Luckily thanks to Mass Effect Andromeda we did manage to test a significant amount of gaming peripherals like the latest Neon M50 Optical Pro Gaming Mouse by Ozone Gaming.


   Ozone Gaming was founded in Spain in 2009, our mission was to create a company where we could all enjoy and relish our work. Our own space, a gaming environment from where we could show our particular point of view to the rest of the world. We love videogames, we love to experience other lives, conquer other planets and fight against hard opponents. We wanted to live like this for all the days to come. We made it, our company shares passion and love for what we do. We have fulfilled our most desirable dream. Oh, in case that you didn't notice, we craft gaming products to share our passion with you. And here we are, soldiers of the game. Get to know us.


   Just like many other gaming peripheral manufacturers today Ozone Gaming decided to equip their brand new Neon M50 Optical Pro Gaming Mouse (currently available with rubber coated black and glossy white right handed shells) with the Pixart PMW3310DH-AWQT IR-LED sensor which this time delivers its full resolution of up to 5000DPI (dots per inch) via four hardware controlled pre-defined DPI settings (800/1600/2400/5000) with a speed of up to 130IPS (inches per second) and up to 30g acceleration. The Neon M50 also features a total of 6 programmable buttons, primary buttons made by OMRON (secondary probably by Kailh), 128kb of onboard memory and a two-zone RGB LED illumination system (logo and ring - not adjusted separately). So let's take a closer look at the Neon M50 Optical Pro Gaming Mouse and see what its capabilities are.