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Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse Review


Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse: Conclusion

Let's wrap things up with a rundown of the pros and cons of this mouse. Ultimately, a mouse is only as practical as one makes it. Having a mouse with a bunch of customizable macros on the side or only the basics isn't something that can be outright judged unless it doesn't work. Practicality does have a factor, but this is something really left to someone's preference. I believe reviews should be the least biased as possible, but peripherals are extremely hard to follow these guidelines. Before concluding with what could be deal breakers to some, my own preference is something of a basic nature. I grew up using ball mice that had no special features and the mouse speed had to be adjusted per game and in Windows when needed. Having mice with a personal touch is great for those who need it, but it isn't something I have ever found myself needing, but rather would enjoy if available.

The Ozone Neon has very little flaws, and in fact besides not having any LEDs, I just simply can't think of any after over two months of use. Usually by this point all the small things that were overlooked internally is found, along with long term problems. In this case, the Neon simply does not have any of those. This is one of those times I question my judgement and observation abilities. But alas I must believe just go with what I have observed and stick to my guns, so to speak.

While the Neon does not have any lights besides the DPI button, this isn't a bad thing or a deal breaker in any real decision making way. At this price point there are trade offs for everything. In this case, the Neon has great software and options, which while isn't new to some companies, it is better than most I've used. That being said, I believe this mouse is priced exactly for what it's worth. It's hard to ask for a mouse that is comfortable over long periods of time with decent software at this price point. At first I found this mouse to take a bit to get use to switching from my normal palm hand grip to a claw style grip, but it grew on me over time.

Overall I suggest anyone looking for a new mouse to consider the Ozone Neon as a good competitor to the rest of the field currently out in the market as you won't be disappointed for the price point and in-depth software.


  • On-the-fly DPI button
  • Up to 6400 DPI
  • Excellent software
  • Full customization of DPI settings and keys


  • No lights?
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  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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