WOLFKING TROOPER Laser Gaming Mouse Reviewajmatson - December 10, 2007
Category: Input Devices
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When it comes to computers, more specifically gaming, there is one thing that will set you apart from the rest of the guys on the server. That critical thing is reaction time and one of the biggest factors in poor reaction time, is having a slow and inaccurate mouse, causing you to die at a higher percentage rate in the game. There is a lot of competition in the gaming peripheral business and that gives us many options to choose from. The newest technology is laser mice, which allows for better precision and highly adjustable DPI (Dots Per Inch) for faster control.
One of these mice is the WOLFKING TROOPER Laser Gaming Mouse, which we are going to take a look at today. The WOLFKING TROOPER has a maximum resolution of 2200dpi. For those of you asking what dpi is, it is "Dots Per Inch". The higher the dpi, the more precise your movements are. The TROOPER also allows you to select rapid fire rates from one to four shots per mouse click. All that in a nice, inexpensive package? Well let's take a look and see for ourselves.
The WOLFKING TROOPER Laser Gaming Mouse comes boxed in a nice package that lets you take a look at the mouse without having to guess before buying. The front and back have the Wolfking Combat Wolf design, while pointing out key features of the WOLFKING TROOPER to potential buyers.
The sides of the box display the specifications of the device, as well as a neat feature that the TROOPER has - adjustable rate of fire. We will get more into that feature during the testing phase of this review.
Once you open the box and remove the items, you find the WOLFKING TROOPER Laser Gaming Mouse itself, a quick start guide and a driver CD. The CD only contains the drivers and electronic version of the manual. This is a plug and play device which requires no software that needs configuring. All functions are contained on the WOLFKING TROOPER itself.
Now that everything is unpacked, let's dig deeper into what makes this thing tick.