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Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Talon Gaming Mouse: Introduction
Today we take a look at the Thermaltake Talon gaming mouse created by the Tt eSPORTS division. Unlike many mice, the Talon is orientated towards budget congest consumers who want high DPI, but little of anything else. Thermaltake as a company established itself in 1999 with a mission of "delivering the perfect user experience." Thermaltake was, and is, the leading company for aftermarket cooling. The company is also largely involved with the eSPORTS community creating the Tt eSPORTS division around 2010, making peripherals such as mice, keyboards, and headphones.
Thermaltake is no stranger to the gaming market with countless peripherals released every year. Not to mention the ever growing market with companies like Razer, Logitech, Corsair, and ROCCAT all taking a slice of the cake. To the consumer, it can be a bit overwhelming to the amount of choices, and none 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 and I often find myself wondering if there is a decent mouse that doesn't have all the micro keys and acts more like a traditional one. The answer is yes! While the selection may be sparse, the Thermaltake introduction of the Talon changes the market. Let's take a closer look and see what it has to offer!
Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Talon Gaming 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 life-size mouse and a list of features below. These are mostly the main selling factors like 3000 DPI and multicolored LEDs. On the back, the Talon shows off its six color selection and lists it's a "professional gaming mouse" in 15 languages. There isn't much else to the outside of the box, so let's move on.
Opening up the front, the mouse itself can be seen behind a plastic shell. The other side lists its selling features like cycling lights and 3000 DPI optical sensor. Inside the box itself, there is a quick start manual that explained how to control the DPI and cycling lights.