LeadsaiL Gaming Mouse Wired RGB PC Gaming Mice,Up to 7200 DPI, 8 Programmable Buttons,6 Color Backlight, Ergonomic Optical Computer Wired Mouse with Fire Button for Desktop PC…

(6 customer reviews)

Original price was: $14.99.Current price is: $12.74.

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  • 【6 D-P-I Levels for Game & Work】 With 6 D-P-I levels available from 1200-1600-2400-3200-4800-7200 DPI and can be drived to 6400 D P I, provides great sensitivity and precise tracking, perfect for both gaming and work.
  • 【Customized LED Colors】 The LED light color can be chosen from a spectrum of up to 16 million colors. The light color, light brightness level, light breathing speed and light effect can be changed to suit your needs.
  • 【Plug and Play】The USB mice is easy to use, just plug and play. 8-buttons to control all functions for superior 8 buttons for superior productivity and efficiency.
  • 【Wide Compatibility】 Support Windows 2000/2003/ Win7 / 8 /10/ Vista/ ME/ Mac OS/ Linux. (Warm Note: the back and forward key function is NOT compatible in MAC/Linux system.)
  • 【Super Comfort】 Frosted surface coating with skin-like material makes it sweatproof & anti-slip. Ergonomically designed bilateral symmetry offers delicate appearance & helps reduce hands fatigue.
Brand

‎LeadsaiL

Item model number

‎GMUS-01-Black

Hardware Platform

‎PC

Operating System

‎Linux, Windows 2000

Item Weight

‎5.9 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎5.87 x 3.78 x 0.1 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.87 x 3.78 x 0.1 inches

Color

‎Black

Power Source

‎Corded Electric

Manufacturer

‎LeadsaiL

Date First Available

‎March 27, 2021

6 reviews for LeadsaiL Gaming Mouse Wired RGB PC Gaming Mice,Up to 7200 DPI, 8 Programmable Buttons,6 Color Backlight, Ergonomic Optical Computer Wired Mouse with Fire Button for Desktop PC…

  1. E. Phillips

    I have average size hands for a 6′ 4″ man. Could not find other mouses which were listed on the bigger size. Now my hand is spread out. Would I like a little bigger? Would be nice, but the Landsail works very nice. The wheel is a little getting used to and makes a little bit of sound. All in all at home office works really well and my hand is definitely more comfortable. Use with MacBook Air. Like the fact that it has colors. Thought I would turn off, but kind of interesting. I thought it need software install to turn off, so I just didn’t bother.

  2. product reviewer guy

    ive dropped it from chair armrest height about 9000 times in the month ive owned it and it still looks and works like new

  3. Kereen l.

    I like the smoothness and when it glows in the dark, for gaming.

  4. Matthew M.

    Nice looking, nice size, really the perfect size for my hand…I don’t have large hands for a man, and it fits my hand perfectly…but if you are a child or have maybe smaller hands, it might seem a bit large.

    Lighting effects are good…not perfect…but good. I have a LED lit keyboard and computer tower, and then there’s the mouse…no matter how much I tweek, I can’t get them to quite match the same color. The mouse only has preset colors, the PC and keyboard have more customization, but it’s still a struggle to get them all the same shade of purple or green or whatever…but that’s not the mouse’s fault, but I do think people who are getting components like this, they should know that synchronizing them is a bit of a chore.

    Really I only have three issues with the mouse, one, the documentation included wasn’t great…besides forcing me to use a magnifying glass to read the thing, there wasn’t much in the way of explaining how it works…okay, it does, but you got like one sentence explaining it…it’s like they were paying for the letter, it was somewhat brief…but that’s not a big deal. The other two things are a bit more annoying and do effect my gaming. The two buttons that enable you to adjust the look of the lighting are on the left side of the mouse, just above where my thumb rests…out of the way, but I still rub against the buttons with my thumb quite a bit, and it’s always changing the color settings…I wish the buttons were actually a bit more, I don’t know, less prominently featured…the buttons are fairly large and stick out more than they need to. And lastly, the button under the roller wheel…WOW that thing is sensitive. I can’t use the wheel without clicking the button under the wheel…to be fair, I struggled to even get my old mouse to recognize clicks by pushing the wheel down…but this one, every time I try to use the wheel to scroll up or down a window…I hit the button under the wheel…so annoying. I’m hoping that over time, my hands will develop more sensitivity and I won’t be quite so heavy handed, but I’m not optimistic. If I’m too soft with my finger on the wheel…I don’t get enough traction to move the wheel…and if I press down enough to actually move the wheel…I hit the button under it. I wish I could just turn off the button, but none of the mouse settings I have found let me do that.

  5. Em Space

    I have to give this mouse (LX-GM004 wired) a pretty mixed review. It got here when promised, good start. But the box said “wireless” even though I ordered a wired mouse. Wrong box, right product. Immediate impression: seems nice enough, feels sturdy, and unlike some, I quite like the chunkier buttons. Cord is nice, cloth-wrapped, and not flimsy, with a really solid USB plug.

    Once it was plugged in, I found the problem. My hands are on the small side of “average”. Not tiny, but small-ish. This thing isn’t so much huge, as it is high-profile. The hump that fits into your palm is very high, and the surface of the mouse itself is quite slick, so a smaller hand rests too far back. My middle finger sits right on the DPI buttons. I have to move my whole forearm to even reach the wheel. Unless your hands are on the larger side of average to actually large, you’re going to have the same issue. I predict this will lead to shoulder pain within days, but we’ll see.

    Then I went to DL the driver, and found that the instruction booklet just has a (very long) link you have to type, which leads directly to a file, with no website. (the URL ends in .rar.) That felt pretty shady. I isolated the file when I DL’ed it, just to be careful, and scanned it with both Defender and Malwarebytes before unzipping it, then scanned it again, unzipped, and it reported no malware. Still… that’s a weird, uncomfortable way to do business, and makes the company seem really shifty.

    Once the software was installed, I found that the definition of a 16-million color programmable LED display turns out to be… more of a blinking christmas light effect. You CAN pick up to 7 colors, but it doesn’t softly crossfade them, as other mice do, instead each color fades in from black, then fades out to black, before changing to the next color. Also, the light isn’t very bright at all, and has no brightness settings.

    The tiny manual is in clear English, but also states that: Warranty Information-FOR AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMERS ONLY.”

    I’m going to give it a few days, to see if my hand adjusts to the size, but there’s a good chance I’ll need to send this one back and buy something else.

    Edit: A few days later- no shoulder pain (yet) but definitely pain in my hands. I’ll be sending this back as soon as I find a replacement.

  6. Dave

    So far it seems like a nice solid mouse so I don’t think it deserves less than 5 stars overall, but it is important to note that it feels larger than your average mouse so it would work best for people with larger hands. It isn’t too uncomfortable for my smaller hands most of the time, but I noticed while playing games like Overwatch that it feels awkward to switch from clicking to scrolling the mouse wheel (alternate weapon selection) due to the shape of the mouse compared to the size of my hand. Again, I don’t think this makes it a bad mouse, but it will probably be more comfortable for people with larger hands than mine. Everything else is great though, the design is really cool looking and the different colors representing the different DPI settings are really neat. I especially appreciate the + and – DPI selection buttons instead of just one button that cycles through all the DPI options in order, like my old mouse. The cord also seems pretty sturdy and like it should last a decent amount of time. I’d recommend this as a good wired gaming mouse but with the caveat that it is a larger size mouse than average.

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