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Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse Review


Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Testing

The Neon Precision Laser mouse was put through two months of use and testing while working on other reviews. During this time it was used in everyday use: surfing the Internet, Photoshopping, and gaming. A mouse is very personal to each and every individual as each person has a slightly different take on a mouse. The major question the consumer has is how it responds in these various tasks is very important. It is, however, different for everyone, as is hand size and general use. This review is completely subjective and the only way to really provide feedback rather than assigning made up numbers trying to compare one mouse to another. This is my opinion, but should give a good indication of what I love and hate about this mouse. I encourage if people have the same opinion or vastly different to leave a comment in the forums.

Testing Setup:

Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Results

Everyday Use:

For daily use, the Neon performs as expected from a decent mouse. After using this mouse for over two months at work and home for the weekends, I haven't found noticeable issues that usually creep up after a few weeks of use. That in itself is great news for anyone looking for a long-term mouse. When I first started to use the mouse, I found my hand placement felt sightly off. This happens when you becomes adjusted to one mouse for a long period of time. Because of my small hand size, the "claw" hand posture seems to work best for me, where as I tend to often "palm" the mice I use. Being a claw style mouse is clearly listed in the specifications, but people tend to overlook this when choosing a mouse and instead go directly after the DPI specification.


When performing work tasks with this mouse, I found it to be practical. Not only does it not have bright lights and causing co-workers to get distracted, it is a decent mouse even without the software. Because the computer at work are severely locked down, my only option is to rely on out of the box performance. With a little tweaking I found 1200 DPI to be the best for daily use. It found it comfortable enough to use for extended periods of time and that is essential to any work mouse. At this point, it's hard to say much more about the Neon as a work mouse, especially when it's orientated towards gaming. However, when given a choice, I would prefer this over the generic mouse that comes with Dell and HP computers.


When it comes to gaming, all I can say is wow! This mouse has amazing software to support any crazy setting you like, and a bit more. After spending a bit of time with Ozone's software, I was able to boot Borderlands 2 and have the profile I preferred load with my DPI and macro settings all ready to go.  On top of the software, after a long gaming session in Diablo 3 my hand felt fine, which is a bit of a surprise as I often have pain in my palm and fingers from previous mice. It's obvious that this mouse just fit my play style, even though I tend to palm my mice rather than use a claw grip. At this point in the review I think it's safe to say, if you are looking for a decent priced gaming mouse, it may be hard to top this one.

  1. Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Introduction
  2. Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Closer Look Continued
  3. Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: The Software
  4. Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Specifications & Features
  5. Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Testing & Results
  6. Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Conclusion
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