Attitude One Rapira One Gaming Mouse Review

/ 2 years ago

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Attitude One are still a relatively new brand on the gaming scene, but they’ve already released a few cool products with very affordable price tags. We’ve already reviewed their Tunguska headset and their Vintorez gaming mouse, which we really enjoyed and they’re very good products in their respective price ranges, so I’m eager to find out what they have to offer with their also very affordable Rapira One gaming mouse.

The budget market is full of great options these days, with big brands like Corsair, Cooler Master, Tt eSports and many more all offering something competitive at a low price tag, so Attitude One have got some stiff competition in this part of the market. The Attitude One will only set you back just under £30, so I’m not expecting record-breaking performance, but I’ll still be expecting a good range of features at this price point.

The Rapira One is reasonably well equipped; it comes with a rubber grip coating for extra control, a four level DPI toggle, an Avago 3050 sensor that can operate up to 3500 DPI, 7 full programmable buttons and built-in LED lighting.

  • Ergonomic design with rubberized surface
  • On-the-fly 4 level DPI switch
  • Avago 3050 Optical sensor (3500DPI)
  • Super wide Teflon feet
  • 7 programmable buttons
  • LED light on/off switch at base
  • 2.0m braided cable

The packaging is very bright; you’ll have no trouble finding an Attitude One product in a retail store!


Around the back of the box we have a quick run down of the major features (see above) as well as another picture of the mouse design.


The box opens out to give you a good look at the mouse, which is secured under a protective plastic cover.


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  • FISH

    The packaging and look of the mouse looks just like the Mionix Naos 3200…

  • Wayne

    Boy, you guys really get some interesting obscure brands to test which is great, they need the exposure and we’d never know what we’re missing out on.

  • JCBeastie

    Gotta say they nailed the design: I’ve been looking for something simple and practical. Too many mice are over-styled, aggressive and adorned with crazy LEDs… this looks great.