Today we’re assuming a appear at yet some other Laser Gaming mouse – the ‘Cyber Snipa Intelliscope’. In a world chock entire of antagonists, we see how this one stands out from the crowd.The Intelliscope is surely a beneficial looking mouse, it has a very modern matt black on brushed silver colour scheme, nothing overly flashy, with the Cyber Snipa logo on set up of the mouse.
You wouldn’t be ashamed to assume this to a LAN and get your friends see it... but it’s not something you’d require to show off is it? Well it is formerly you plug it in!Plugging the mouse in affords life to the six LED’s circling the mouse and 1 more below its translucent scroll wheel, affording it that bit of ‘wow’ factor – well, maybe not ‘wow’ but it does appear cool.
A toggle button on the top of the mouse will switch the mouse from the red ‘Stealth’ mode (1000dpi) into the blue ‘ATAK’ mode (2400dpi) in an moment. This is software and operating system independent, so still without any Cyber Snipa software set up, the resolution and sensitivity will even exchange. This is fairly common between most gaming mice these days in 1 path or some other.
In either fashion the mouse is nice and available between windows, but in ATAK (2400dpi) mode it’s a bit also sensitive and twitchy for my tastes, so I’ll leave it in ‘Stealth’ mode for general duties. The scroll wheel has a beneficial feel too it with its non-slip rubber plan, it also has a slightly notchy motion which will help when attempting to scroll by menu items in a game, and is nice when utilizing it in windows.