AZiO Levetron GM533U Gaming Mouse ReviewBluePanda - March 11, 2013
Category: Input Devices
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AZiO Levetron GM533U Gaming Mouse Introduction:
AZiO has graced my desk with a bunch of gaming peripherals recently. It was the Levetron Mech5 and Levetron GM-5000 mouse you last saw from me, and today you'll get a peek at another AZiO Levetron member: the GM533U Gaming mouse, which isn't the last item from the goodie bag either. The GM533U has a bit of a different appearance than the GM-5000 you may have liked, and it also comes in at a higher price at just under the $50 mark. However, the Levetron GM533U comes with a little more for the money. It has weights for adjusting the mouse feel, programmable macros/buttons, and actual software to change such settings. The GM533U comes in the popular red and black color scheme with subtle red lighting and a braided cable – will this be your next mouse?
AZiO Levetron GM533U Gaming Mouse Closer Look:
The Levetron GM533U comes in rather "standard mouse" packing if there ever was such a thing. It has a paper printed outer box that gives the appeal of a metal casing with screws holding it together (a little like the Levetron Mech5 keyboard). The mouse is nearly completely visible as it peeks through the vacuum formed bubble. The front of the package shows off the Windows 7 compatibility, USB Plug'n'Play features, and the three-year limited warranty. The back of the box lists the features and specifications in eight different languages represented by an accompanying country flag. Either way, pulling it all out of the box reveals a very different mouse with what I consider an old school driver/software CD (and thankfully yes, AZiO does have the install available for download at its website).
Keep reading to find out more and to uncover the most important details: how it performs!