Cyber Snipa Stinger ReviewMakaveli - March 17, 2008
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The Cyber Snipa Stinger has a red and black color scheme going on. There is a crosshair design above the "Cyber Snipa" logo that looks as if it lights up. On the back of the mouse you'll find the weight system door that you can open and lose by pushing the cover a certain way. Notice how much area the Teflon feet cover on this mouse; it definitely looks like plenty. The grooves in the left and right buttons definitely fit my fingers well. The scroll wheel not only scrolls vertically, but it also scrolls horizontally. There are nine buttons on this mouse, including a macro manager button and on-the-fly DPI changer. This mouse seems to have it all so far.
Both sides of the Stinger mouse have red anti-slip grips that feel very rubbery.
This mouse connects via a unique USB cable. This cable is red and also has a rubbery feel to it. Once you plug it in, you'll notice that the crosshair just above the "Cyber Snipa" logo lights up and the scroll wheel lights up. This scroll wheel lights up in three different colors. It's off when the DPI is 400, but when the DPI is 800, the red light is on. The green light comes on at 1200 DPI and the blue light is on at 1600 DPI.
Now let's install the software so that all of the features for the mouse are unlocked.