EpicGear Morpha RGB Optical Gaming Mouse Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
We’ve become big fans of EpicGear here at eTeknix, having already reviewed some fantastic peripherals such as their Zora gaming mouse, and their bonkers customisable mechanical gaming keyboard, the DeFiant. We return today to take a look at their high-end eSports gaming mouse, the Morpha, which come packed with features to help you take victory in your favourite competitive games.
“MORPHA is powered by a true 6400dpi IR LED sensor, driven by the EpicGear-tuned firmware to deliver unmatched accuracy, stability and programmability. MORPHA is fully customizable from angle-snapping, lift-off-distance with auto-calibration, button assignment, DPI, gaming profiles,”
Designed for long-term gaming comfort, while delivering a balanced weight tunable design, programmable buttons, macros, and more, the Morpha ticks all the right boxes when it comes to a gaming mouse. We’re looking forward to getting it out of the box and see what it can do, and after a solid performance from their Zora mouse, we’re eager to see what their premium model is capable of.
- Adjustable lift-off distance with feature
- 6400dpi gaming performance IR LED optical sensor
- Adjustable angle-snapping
- Customizable RGB LED colors
- On-the-fly sensitivity change
- Adjustable report rate: 125~1000Hz
- Up to 200ips tracking speed & 50G acceleration
- AFM Ambient Lighting mode
- Lock-down function
- 7 longevity buttons with 6 programmable
- 5 gaming profiles with dedicated LED color assignment
- Ultra swift big-size PTFE mouse feet
- 1.8 meter X-braided cable with gold plated USB connector
- Approx. size in mm: 126.5(L) x 66.5(W) x 40(H)
- Approx. weight: 110g excluding cable & weights
- Adjustable weight & balance system: 5g x 4 weights, 20g total
- 2 year manufacture warranty *
*Note: warranty covers defects caused by manufacturing.The warranty does not cover wear and tear, including but not limited to breakage caused by abuse, improper usage, water damage or other causes outside of the manufacturing process.
Packaging and Accessories
The Morpha comes in a compact and stylish box, showing off features like the 6400 DPI optical sensor and the RGB lighting on the front, as well as a nice image of the mouse its self.
Around the back, a quick breakdown of the major features in multi-languages.
The box opens out, showing a breakdown of the main features, such as the weight tuning system, as well as giving us a window view to see the mouse its self. The Morpha comes in two variants, white and grey, we obviously have the latter.
In the box, you’ll find an easy to follow setup guide showing you all the basic features, as well as the mouse, which comes hard-wired with a black braided cable and gold-plated USB header, giving it a premium quality look and feel.