Aorus Thunder M7 Gaming Mouse Review




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A Closer Look


The M7 comes hard-wired with a 1.8 meter braided cable. The cable features a gold-plated USB connection and a fixed Velcro strip to help keep the cable neat and tidy.

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The mouse features a very aggressive looking design, with a lot of deep curves, sharp angles and strange-looking panels.

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The most noticeable thing about the left side of the mouse is the range of extra buttons; each numbered 1-8 and all ergonomically placed for easy access.

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Under the buttons you’ll see a deep curve, providing a perfect resting position for your thumb and enough grip for those who like to use a lift-off technique.

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The right side of the mouse features a wide side panel that provides a good finger resting position, and there is a deep recess towards the front; each makes the mouse ideal for palm rest and claw grip play styles respectively.

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Towards the front edge of the right side you’ll also find another programmable button.

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The top of the mouse features +/- buttons, as well as four LED indicators; these are for the DPI toggle which can be configured via the downloadable software.

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The right side panel is clear plastic, a peak inside allows you to see the V8 engine model on the mouse interior; obviously not a real engine, but certainly a cool style point.

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There is a slight curve and a grip coating to the left and right mouse buttons, adding even more control and stability to the mouse. The mouse wheel is quite slim, but it features a grippy rubber coating that makes it easy to control.

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There are three ventilation holes at the back of the mouse; these serve no purpose other than the fact they look cool.

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There are two large Teflon slip-mats and one smaller one on the under side of the mouse; these should be more than enough to provide good glide on any decent gaming surface.

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Of course we have one the best gaming surfaces for this mouse, the Thunder P3; an ultra-wide premium grade gaming mouse mat.

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