Epic Gear Meduza HDST Gaming Mouse & Hybrid Mousepad Review

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Epic Gear are a relatively unheard of gaming peripherals company, partly because they are actually a branch of Golden Emperor International Limited (GEIL) who’s RAM most people have heard of.  GEIL have also ventured into the PSU market with Thortech. Gaming peripherals are the latest venture that GEIL are experimenting with. So far they only have a few products on the market, but this could all change depending the successfulness of the current products. Having the right mouse is essential for every gamer. It can make all the difference, especially when playing competitively. Although what good is a decent gaming mouse  if the surface that it is being used on is rubbish? That would be like having a ferrari but only having dirt tracks to drive it on.  Having the best mouse pad is yet another variable that must be considered and can often be just as difficult as selecting the right mouse. Well it looks like GEIL have saved everyone that problem by releasing their first gaming mouse and matched mouse pad.

The Meduza gaming mouse is the first mouse that we have seen that features both an optical and laser sensor. By using Epic Gear’s Hybrid Dual Sensor Technology (HDST), it is possible to use both sensors, combining the sensitivity of the laser, and the stability of optical. The Meduza also has the ability to use just one sensor, which can be controlled by a flick of a switch on the bottom of the mouse. Epic Gear have created a special mouse pad to fully benefit from the dual sensor technology, something we be reviewing alongside the mouse.


The follow specs are for the Meduza:

  • 3 switchable sensing modes: Laser, Optical and HDST™ (Laser + Optical)
  • Advanced algorithm logic technology to restrain common problems of jitter, skip and drift
  • Sensitivity of up to 6000 dpi
  • Optical mode: 400/800/1600/3200 dpi (4 level)
  • HDST™ mode: 4 customizable DPI levels via GUI of up to 4800 dpi
  • Laser Mode: 4 customizable dpi levels via GUI of up to 6000dpi
  • Minimal lift-off distance of 1mm for extreme precision
  • Tracking speed of up to 200 ips @ HDST™ mode
  • Acceleration speed of up to 30 G @ HDST™ mode
  • Longevity gaming keys of 10 million clicks
  • USB 2.0 full speed: 1000Hz report rate
  • 7 buttons, 6 fully programmable
  • 5 gaming profiles with customizable LED color
  • 15 sets of customizable long macro
  • ARM 32-bit Cortex™-M3 CPU
  • Onboard memory of 128KB· on-the-fly dpi change
  • Independent X/Y axle change via GUI @ Laser Mode
  • Supports driverless plug-and-play
  • Angle snapping support @ Laser Mode
  • Auto power saving mode on/off via GUI
  • Ultra swift big-size teflon feet
  • X-braided cable for durability
  • Ferrite bead cable for anti-EMI capability
  • 2 Meter USB cable
  • Support Microsoft Windows® 7 / Vista / XP for both 32 & 64bit operating system (excluding Windows XP 64-bit)
  • Comply with Laser Eye Safety IEC60825-1 Class 1 and FDA
  • MSRP: USD79.99
  • 2 year warranty

As you can see the Meduza has a wealth of features, so lets take a look.

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4 Responses to “Epic Gear Meduza HDST Gaming Mouse & Hybrid Mousepad Review”
  1. Anonymous says:

    Awesome article!Great mouse



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