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COUGAR 600M Gaming Mouse Review


COUGAR 600MGaming Mouse Pad Testing:

The COUGAR 600M Gaming Mouse was defiantly put through over a week of use and testing. During this time it was used it in everyday use, surfing the internet, photoshopping and of course some gaming. As a mouse is personal to each and every individual so how it responds in these various tasks is important in different ways to everyone. This rather subjective review is best to provide you the feedback from use rather than assigning made up numbers trying to compare one mouse to another. It's pretty easy to distinguish the likes and dislikes of a mouse through words rather than leaving it to you to decide what a 7 or 8 really means. No guessing game – here's what I liked, and here's what I hated.

Testing Setup:


COUGAR 600MGaming Mouse Results:

Everyday Use:

Everyday use was pretty much every day use. I use different keyboards and mice day to day at work and at home so I'm used to having to get used to or compensate for different types of DPI and settings. I do have a preference for mice at home though, more for gaming, but I still like to have a mice respond across two monitors and through different items I might be working on at any given time. With the help of the software I felt I was able to get exactly what I wanted in all worlds of use; including everyday use.


The working scenario can be different for everyone, and in many cases different from application to application. The adjustable DPI in most mice today make this an easy change. The sniper button as I found with the Corsair M60 was particularly useful working in Photoshop when trying to capture that small area of detail. It applies here as well with the 600M. Quite comfortable in the making too. I also have two monitors, so having a bit faster motion to cover more pixel length is quite nice as well. Being able to toggle on the fly has always been a heavily appreciated functionality. All in all you can make about any mouse work for everyday use and work use – so really it comes down to the final category: gaming.


Gaming is where the rats stand out from the mice. Har har, terrible joke, and by no means a reference to the rat mice on the market. Anyway the 600M already gets a plus point for having more than your standard buttons (though I'm not sure what I should call standard anymore). The real benefit of this mouse is the ability to set any button to anything you like – I even was able to set every button to DPI up. So while this is fun making the mouse unusable you'll have to think about it before hitting apply before setting up something that doesn't actually allow you to use the mouse anymore.

Anyway, in gaming the mouse was on target. The sniper button made my shots a bit better and, again, as most mice in the gaming market today, the precision and accuracy getting around were excellent. There wasn't really much to complain about gaming wise. The mouse worked. The only real complaint I could maybe have is the shape of the mouse itself. The heavy focus of making the left side of the mouse comfortable left the right side neglected. After longer uses of the mouse I found myself trying to find new places to situate for comfort. Perhaps my hands are just too small or fingers too short; hard to really say. Just noticed the edge of the mouse more as it's not really smooth, but rather sharp shaped. So in this case – comfort rather than performance became the issue.


  1. COUGAR 600M Gaming Mouse: Introduction & Closer Look
  2. COUGAR 600M Gaming Mouse: Closer Look
  3. COUGAR 600M Gaming Mouse: Closer Look (The Software)
  4. COUGAR 600M Gaming Mouse: Specifications & Features
  5. COUGAR 600M Gaming Mouse: Testing & Results
  6. COUGAR 600M Gaming Mouse: Conclusion
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