Redragon M908 Impact RGB LED MMO Gaming Mouse with 12 Side Buttons, Optical Wired Ergonomic Gamer Mouse with Max 12,400DPI, High Precision, 20 Programmable Macro Shortcuts,…

(7 customer reviews)


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  • Professional Gaming Mouse – Redragon M908 optical gaming mouse is designed with up to 12400 DPI, 5 adjustable DPI levels (500/1000/2000/3000/6200 DPI) meet your multiple needs, either for daily work or gaming. DPI can be adjusted freely by ±100 from 100 to 12400 via software. 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration and high-precision Pixart PAW3327 Sensor giving you a greater edge over your competition.
  • RGB Backlight & Programmable Buttons – 16.8 million RGB LED color options (LED Backlight can be disabled). 18 programmable buttons, 5 memory profiles each with a dedicated light color for quick identification. Comes with 8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g x8), easy to change the weight to suit your games.
  • Comfort & Precision At Your Hands – Redragon M908 gaming mouse is an essential computer accessory for die-hard gamers with its aggressive design for hands! You will be amazed by the unmatched comfort, lethal accuracy and killer precision of our durable, desktop and laptop pro gaming mouse!
  • High-end Design – Redragon M908 Mouse features 8 buttons and 12 MMO programmable side buttons. Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads for ultimate gaming control. 6ft braided-fiber cable with gold-plated USB connector ensures greater durability.
  • Die-hard Gamers Choice – Whether you are targeting, aiming, slashing or attacking, a professional gaming mouse is your basic weapon! The mouse will be your ideal partner. Compatible with Windows 2000/ME/XP/03/VISTA/7/8/10 system for programmable using and Mac OS for normal using.
Product Dimensions

4.8 x 3.62 x 1.65 inches

Item Weight

6.2 ounces

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

September 13, 2018



7 reviews for Redragon M908 Impact RGB LED MMO Gaming Mouse with 12 Side Buttons, Optical Wired Ergonomic Gamer Mouse with Max 12,400DPI, High Precision, 20 Programmable Macro Shortcuts,…

  1. Tonto

    Comparing this to my old mouse it’s night and day, more faster, more buttons to map for games, the mouse itself is huge so if you have big hands like me it’s perfect to keep control. My other mouse I could wrap my hands around it twice lol.

  2. David Aguilar

    I recently got my hands on this MMO gaming mouse, and I’ve been putting it to the test in various gaming scenarios. First off, let’s talk about the DPI settings. You can easily toggle through different sensitivity levels using a dedicated button. It’s straightforward, making it less of a hassle when you need to switch up your playstyle. I also found out that you can fine-tune these settings even further through some additional software, giving you the control you need for each game you play.

    Moving on to the buttons — oh, there are so many buttons. The side of the mouse looks like a keyboard in itself. At first glance, it seems overwhelming, but I discovered that it’s a real boon for MMO games where you have a ton of actions and spells at your disposal. I didn’t need to worry about confusing the buttons because you can customize them according to what makes sense for you. You can set up keybinds for different games and scenarios, making it easier to execute complex moves without breaking a sweat.

    Comfort is another strong suit of this mouse. The right-hand grip design feels tailor-made for long gaming sessions, letting me play for extended periods without fatigue. The weight-tuning set that comes with it allows you to adjust the mouse to your personal preference. Whether you prefer a lighter or heavier feel, this mouse has got you covered.

    Lighting-wise, this mouse doesn’t disappoint. It has various backlit modes, each with a dedicated light color for quick identification. I found this particularly useful for knowing what profile I had active at a glance, without having to dig into software settings. The RGB LED options are also customizable, allowing you to match the mouse with the rest of your gaming setup.

    Overall, I’ve been pretty impressed with this MMO gaming mouse. It offers a wide range of customizable options from DPI settings to button configurations and even lighting modes. The comfort is top-notch, and it holds up well during marathon gaming sessions. Whether you’re into MMOs or just need a reliable mouse with plenty of buttons for productivity tasks, this one could be a solid choice for you.


    — Customizable DPI
    — Many buttons
    — Comfortable ergonomics


    — Button clutter, maybe too many buttons?
    — Heavy

  3. David Aguilar

    Es un mouse de buen tamaño y cómodo, los botones laterales ayudan mucho en los juegos y para otras tareas también; se pueden configurar con la aplicación oficial del mouse. La luz rgb lo hace más agradable a la vista.

  4. Jeff W.

    The Redragon M913 is as good as any mouse I’ve ever owned, and better than many. I’ve owned many Logitech and Razer mouses that have cost 2-4 times what this mouse does, and none of them have been any better. In fact, I’ve never had any mouse last more than 2 years without developing some sort of problem needing a replacement mouse. This can get expensive. I’ve only had this one for a couple weeks, but if it lasts a year, it was money well spent.

    The good.
    Tracks perfectly. Very comfortable. Many buttons. Wired and wireless. Adjustable DPI. Easy to use macro software. RGB can be turned off or customized. All the buttons are recognized by Windows out of the box. The 1-12 buttons are programmed as keyboard 1-9, 0, and +, -. The extra front button is programmed as a triple left click. This makes it easy to assign keybinds in games without using macros.

    The bad.
    The twelve side buttons are small. The sensor prefers a mouse pad, and it stutters on my bare desk surface. Some people complain about the macro software, but it’s similar to any other, and easy to use. Some people complain about no Bluetooth, but the 2.4 ghz works perfectly in my setup. When switching from wired to wireless (by unplugging the USBC) it takes several seconds to restablish a connection. Some say it’s hard to pick up to recenter the cursor, but that has not been the case for me.

    This is an outstanding mouse, especially at the price point. I would certainly buy it again. However, after some use, I would maybe prefer the version that only has 8 side buttons (plus forward and back buttons). My only gripe is that the 12 side buttons are small and hard to orient my tumb on the desired button without glancing at the mouse first. The model with 8 side buttons looks a little easier to navigate as the buttons are more spaced apart. Ignore the comments about the macro software. It’s easy to use if you’ve ever programmed macros before. Even if you haven’t, there are short YouTube videos that walk you through the process if you need them.

    If you want a multi button, multi function, high DPI, programmable gaming mouse at a great price, this is it. No regrets.

  5. T. Brown

    Fiquei na duvida entre esse e outros mais hypados como cobra, G502 e outros, não me decepcionou, poderia ter pego a versão mais barata e atualizada no ali, porem a entrega foi super rápida e a única diferença seriam os leds que a versão atualizada possui pelo corpo todo enquanto essa possui apenas na parte traseira, mouse ergonômico, muito confortável para diversos tipos de pegada, muito sensível e o app possui muita opções de configurações, tanto para jogos como para apps, pode criar macros entres outras coisas, os botões laterais não atrapalham se é uma duvida e praticamente impossível vc clicar sem querer pois os botões laterais tem uma resistência maior que os direito e esquerdo, quanto aos cliques são leves e muito bons, possui um excelente switch, tem os pesos adaptáveis para deixar mais leve ou pesado dependo do seu gosto, o único ponto que poderia ser melhor é a roda que para min é muito sutil o scroll, eu tinha um mouse excelente da MS de escritório onde o scroll se gabava disso de ser quase imperceptível, e eu sinto falta em alguns jogos de um “click” na roda mais perceptível para trocar armas por exemplo, não que seja ruim mas é bem “leve”.

  6. Lunares

    Ho comprato Redragon M913 diversi mesi fa e adesso posso fare una recensione onesta.
    Il mouse si presenta bene e ha la possibilità di funziona sia via cavo che wireless con l’apposita chiavetta e questo lo rende estremamente comodo perché se si scarica basta attaccarlo al cavo e lo usi tranquillamente.
    Quello che mi ha fatto dare una valutazione negativa di due stelle risiede in due fattori:
    – capita di tanto in tanto che mentre lo utilizzo, il mouse è come se si bloccasse per un attimo e per farlo riprendere basta aspettare un paio di secondi e/o scuoterlo velocemente fino a che il puntatore non si muove (cosa che avviene quasi subito).
    – l’altro grande problema che ho scoperto da poco invece risiede nel fatto che l’assegnazione tasti viene fatta tramite una funzione combo, quindi anche se si assegna un solo tasto ad un pulsante del mouse, questo viene letto come una combinazione di tasti. Questo purtroppo inficia di gran lunga l’utilizzo del mouse ad esempio neglio mmo perché se volessi assegnare al “fire button” un pulsante della tastiera, e poi utilizzare il tastierino numerico del mouse per attivare una skill non potrei farlo perché non vengono letti contemporaneamente due pulsanti cliccati, cosa che con altri mouse potevo fare tranquillamente.
    Onestamente spero che reddragon fixi questo problema perché per me è assurdo pagare così tanto per un mouse e poi non si possono utilizzare neanche i pulsanti in combinazione.

  7. Elijah

    I don’t game very much, however, recently I’ve been upgrading my computer station and trying to get myself to play a game for a couple minutes every few days… Just can’t get into it. Especially when my old mouse wore out and just wouldn’t right click…

    This mouse has a reallllyyyy sensitive right click. I can’t really rest my hand on it in a traditional sense, then again I have big hands and arthritis and carpal tunnel… So, I hold the mouse a little bit at an angle. This does NOT disturb the comfort of the mouse. Actually, it’s kinda odd but it even gives me a little more precision with the side buttons to do that. The pinky part is just… JUST barely too narrow. It’s not the biggest deal, especially since that’s probably just me but.. Maybe not. Anyway. I’m just sayin’ it’s BARELY too narrow to simply rest my pinky on but I mean who cares, the side of my pink rests a wee on the mousepad.

    I have NOT rested the side buttons much. Not at all changed their functions. I used it a little here and there in Skyrim or Rust for kinda convenient, in the dark, quick switching of my inventory. Other wise I don’t really mess with it much… yet. They are easy to press and do not accidentally press at all. They aren’t laid flat but in a wave so you can comfortably rest your thumb there and quickly forget you’re touching buttons.

    It’s quite an ergonomic mouse. I like it. I kept the default wavey rainbow transition of the RGBs because it sorta just matches the mousepad and my keyboard’s similar function so they can change colour and match.

    The mouse wheel I wish had a little bit more resistance between each click, to make them more individually distinguishable, however, it does NOT have a total lack of it. There is a little feel and clicky click if you really go slow, but it’s just not quite right. It’s too smooth for a ‘gaming’ mouse, where precision and tactile feedback are required to immerse yourself with subconscious processing rather than having to pay attention to your inputs too much, taking focus off of your primary objective. If I were playing a fast paced game and used this to switch between primary and secondary equipment, I imagine at times this would overshoot very easily semi-often… But not totally. There -is- some resistance. It’s not totally smooth.

    I gotta admit I wish there were a few more spots of RGB lines or streaks here or there but what’s there is quite nice and bright, or not so bright if I so choose with the included driver.

    The DPI is pretty good. When needing quicker or more rapid acceleration of the mouse in Skyrim / ‘Look Sensitivity,’ it jogs up just right. When a little more fast paced game or precision blah required such as in Rust.. Like I said I don’t play much don’t expect various game examples… It slows down in one easy click just right. It’s easily accessible, has sturdy resistance so my fingers sliding over doesn’t accidentally change it, and out of the way too. My fingers don’t notice it.

    The last thing I gotta say that’s nice is the shape of the right and left click buttons… They curve to my fingers, hugging them. Boy does that oddly feel good for a reason I can’t put my finger on.. Pun accidental but I’ma take a self bow at that.

    My last WISH for it… A version exactly like it but Wired/Wireless, where it can be wired, or have a transceiver like other gaming mice for on the fly motions. I need to get a mouse bungee or the way my desktop is set up.. Eventually I will have cord death. Wired/Wireless allows you to have cord death and just replace the cord.

    Great mouse, HIGHLY recommend.

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