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Ozone Radon 5K Review

gotdamojo06    -   July 27, 2011
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Conclusion:

Going back to my first question – are you looking for a new mouse to use in your gaming setup? If the answer is yes, then I would pencil in the Ozone Radon 5K to your list. Having tried out this gaming mouse, I am quite impressed overall. The rubber outer covering on this mouse is something that I always look for, and makes the Radon 5K very comfortable for personal use.  While the mouse itself was a bit too wide for my hand, it did not give me any problems in use, contrary to my first impressions. The overall button placement on the mouse is just about perfect – the DPI +/- button and the profile switcher buttons are placed low enough that they did not get in the way while still close enough in case I needed to use them. When I inserted the drivers disk, I was surprised to see that no software was actually not installed on the computer. This is always a plus because it results in fewer background applications, which would otherwise take up system resources while gaming. As a huge fan of light weight gaming mice, I like that Ozone decided to include an adjustable weight system on the Radon 5K, allowing you to take a total of 22.5 grams off the total weight of the mouse. I also like that the Radon 5K allows you to adjust its sensitivity to any level between 100 DPI and 5600 DPI, rather than limiting you to “preset” adjustment levels like many other mice. As a result, I was able to use my “sweet spot” DPI setting of 1800dpi. On the side of the mouse, there is a DPI level LED indicator, which could come in handy if you happen to switch between sensitivity levels in a game.

Overall, I would highly recommend the Ozone Radon 5K if you are in the market for a new mouse. Ozone has been able to fit all of my needs into a single mouse. My only complaint; it was a little too wide for my hand/gaming style. However, don’t let that detract you away from this comfortable, customizable, and outstanding mouse.

 

Pros:

  • 5600 DPI Laser Sensor
  • No Drivers Installation
  • 7 Programmable Buttons
  • Comfortable
  • LED DPI Indicator
  • Adjustable Weight System
  • Customizable DPI Levels

 

Cons:

  • Wider Than Preferred


 

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