Marvo Scorpion G813 RGB Gaming Mouse Review

It’s easy to get caught up in the world of high-end hardware, especially for me given it’s kinda my job. We rush towards the best, the latest, the most innovative, and that often means the most expensive stuff too. It’s what we’re drawn to. However, even I can look in my wallet and realise I need to be a little more realistic with my budget. For a very affordable price, you’ll find a wealth of Marvo products to pick from, such as their new Scorpion G813 gaming mouse we have in the office today.

Marvo Scorpion G813

Marvo currently has to be some of the most affordable products we’ve ever reviewed on eTeknix. It’s no secret that when we looked at the CM375 4-in-1 gaming bundle (review) or their mechanical latest keyboards and mice (review), there were some issues. However, at the prices Marvo is selling them, we instantly loved what they’re doing too.


The Marvo Scorpion comes with an MSRP of just £24.99, but actually, it’s hitting the tills at just £15 on most resellers right now, including Amazon. Can we really get a 7200 DPI PixArt sensor gaming mouse for that kind of money? It certainly seems so, plus it’s equipped with custom software, a sniper button, it’s fully programmable, RGB lighting, and well, that’s about it, what more do you need!

  • High-profile design with optimum palm support
  • Heavy-duty switches for main L/R buttons
  • RGB backlit with breathing effect  
  • Advanced customization software   
  • 3 easy accessible thumb buttons for an extra command availability and fast actuation.  


For in-depth specifications, please visit the official Marvo Scorpion G813 product page here.

  • Sensor: Optical, Pixart 3212+8801
  • DPI: 400-800-1600-3200-7200 (default)
  • Buttons: 7 (programmable)
  • Switch rating: 10 million clicks
  • Backlight: RGB
  • Polling rate: 1000 Hz
  • Interface: USB 2.0
  • Cable length: 1.5 m
  • Size: 124 x 66 x 43 mm
  • OS support: Windows 7 or newer

What Marvo Had to Say


G813 is a comfortable mouse designed for gaming enthusiasts. Thanks to the Pixart 7200 DPI resolution optical sensor, the G813 is able to provide excellent accuracy for pleasurable gaming experiences. The sensitivity can be adjusted in 5 steps and can be done by means of a single button conveniently placed near the scroll wheel.


Dedicated software allows you to configure and program the mouse to suit your personal preferences. This way you can set the sensitivity steps up to 7200 DPI and you can easily program detailed macro commands for the 7 buttons. You can also choose from the RGB palette, different colours of lighting, or change the USB reporting rate.


Thanks to its shape adapted to the right hand, the M508 provides the necessary comfort in any gaming session. In addition, the contacts used for the main buttons and validated for 10 million clicks, guarantee a lasting partnership.

Page: 1 2 3

Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

Disqus Comments Loading...

Recent Posts

EKWB Unveil Vector² Water Blocks Designed for ASUS ROG Strix GPUs

EK Water Blocks (EKWB), is introducing a whole series of liquid cooling products for ASUS…

22 hours ago

Sharkoon Launches its Skiller SGH50 Gaming Headset

Sharkoon has announced the launch of its new SKILLER SGH50. This is a high-performance gaming…

22 hours ago

EVGA Launches the Z690 CLASSIFIED Motherboard

Given that it's been over three months now since Intel launched its Alder Lake-S processor…

22 hours ago

AMD Flip-Flops on Prior Comments that 4GB Wasn’t Enough VRAM For Gaming!

One of the biggest question marks leading up to the release of the AMD Radeon…

22 hours ago

Antec Unveils its NX700 Mid-Tower Case

Antec has announced the launch of the NX700, their latest model in their highly-popular NX…

22 hours ago

MSI Vigor GK50 Low Profile TKL Mechanical Keyboard Review

MSI is one of the biggest and best names in the business, creating everything from…

2 days ago