Subject: General Tech | March 14, 2016 - 05:32 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: ZM-M600R, zalman, input, gaming mouse, ambidextrous
There are those for whom more is always better, even when talking about buttons on a mouse. There are also those who prefer simplicity and have no interest in a mouse with well over a dozen buttons. The Zalman ZM-M600R gaming mouse is very much made for the latter type of user, be they left or right handed. There are three buttons in total, along with a scroll wheel; the third button on the top is a back button for when you are browsing. DPI and polling rates are controlled by physical switches on the bottom of the mouse as the mouse does not have software to control it. It does have a way to turn the mouse into a storage device for saving a 'profile', you should read about the process over at Overclockers Club, it is certainly ... unique.
"In the end I wasn't sold on the Zalman ZM-M600R gaming mouse. I can carry on the rant from the testing pages on my annoyance with the lack of buttons on this mouse, but I'm sure that's been stated enough throughout the review. It's apparently becoming a popular choice for some professional gamers, and it's hard to say if they honestly like them or, like most people, like to get free stuff."
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