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Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Introduction
Today we take a look at the Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse created with the gamer in mind. Like many of the mice on the market today, the Neon is orientated towards the gaming community with a robust bit of software and a decent price. The Ozone Neon shouldn't be just a another mouse lost in the market. But alas, similar to everything else in the gaming market, it's not enough to just have a good product to stand out anymore.
Ozone is a company that solely focus on the gaming community and has a few products under its belt. With the ever growing market, with companies like Razer, Logitech, Corsair, and ROCCAT all taking a slice of the cake, it can be a bit overwhelming at the amount of choices. Many of these companies make an effort to really define each series and what puts it apart from the rest. Mice prices range from $20 all the way to $150, with everything from the basics and no need for software, to all out macro heaven with tons of buttons to customize. The Ozone Neon is a little bit of both, as it has eight customizable buttons and good software to back it up.
Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Closer Look
To start things off, let's check the outside of the box. Right off the bat, the front gives a good indication of what is inside with a nearly life-size picture of the mouse and a list of features below and on the sides. Laying down what this mouse is all about right on the box has made my buying decision in the past when I'm in a store and simply don't have to ability or time to look up every product. This can be a really huge advantage for any buyer, since product knowledge is necessary for a proper decision. On the bottom right front, Ozone lists the Neon as having a 6400 DPI sensor, eight programmable buttons, and an ambidextrous design. The back of the box focuses on the same points, but gives a little more information and a side profile of the mouse. Below that are a few selling bullet points in eight different languages.
Continuing looking over the box, the left side gives more information, like 128kb built-in memory for five different profiles, a rubber coated top surface, and an on-the-fly DPI button. The right side gives a quote by Choi In-kyu, an Ozone MVP League of Legends player and the eEports teams icons below. Now that that is out of the way, let's check out what's inside the box.