Ozone Neon Precision Laser Gaming Mouse Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
Ozone are one of the coolest gaming brands on the market, with a reputation that has proven popular with both the casual gaming market and professional eSports players, often blending high-performance and quality with affordable price tags, a great combination for any gaming peripheral.
The Ozone Neon gaming mouse is packed full of features that should make it a great tool for any gamer, with a max DPI of 6400 and a precision laser sensor, ergonomic ambidextrous design that will suit both left and right-handed players, on the fly DPI toggling, a non-slip rubber coating, programmable buttons and software for recording macros.
We’ve seen a few Ozone products here at eTeknix and to this day we haven’t seen anything that hasn’t impressed us, and today I’m hoping to see the same high level of quality and award-winning performance I have come to expect from the brand. Available at around £45 the mouse isn’t the most high-end product on the market, but its price and specifications put it against some strong competition from the likes of SteelSeries, Zowie and many others.
The packaging is nicely designed with a clear image of the mouse on the front of the box, as well as a quick rundown of some of the major features, these include the 6400 DPI laser sensor, 8 programmable buttons and ambidextrous design.
Around the back of the box you’ll find details of more features, including the DPI toggle, rubber coated surface and an endorsement from professional eSports player Choi “DanDy” In-kyu.
The front of the box folds open to reveal even more details about the mouse, such as how the 8 buttons can be programmed over 5 independent profiles and stored on the 128KB of built-in memory.
In the box you’ll find the mouse, which comes hard-wired with a high quality braided cable, an Ozone vinyl sticker, user manual and mini CD-ROM with all the basic drivers and software on it, of course we’ll be downloading the latest version from the website, but it’s always nice to have drivers included regardless.