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Ninjutso Origin One X Wireless Ultralight Gaming Mouse Review

It’s rare I see a new brand here on eTeknix, as it’s easy to get caught up in what all the big name brands are doing. However, while you may have heard of Ninjutso before, I can honestly say I haven’t. I am hopeful though, as this mouse has some really cool features that are sure to appeal to the competitive games out there. Not only is it designed to be an eSports mouse for PC users, but it’s also proven to work with the Xbox too! That’s certainly a unique selling point, and I don’t see many mice marketed directly as a console mouse.

Ninjutso Origin One X Wireless

Don’t give me any of that “console peasant” crap either because let’s be honest, the PS5 and Xbox Series X are real contenders for high-end gaming these days. With games like Halo offering proper keyboard and mouse support on consoles, and controller support on PC, people can really play how they want to, and I love that. With a weight of just 66 grams, the Ninjutso Origin One X Wireless is truly an ultra-light gaming mouse. It’s equipped with the latest Kailh GM 8.0 Switches, Virgin PTFE feet, the fantastic PAW3335 sensor, and USB-C charging making it an extremely competitive mouse, and it should deliver some pretty killer performance too.

Features

  • Weighs an ultra-light 66g, the lightest ergo gaming mouse in the world
  • IE-inspired ergonomic shape along with balanced weight distribution
  • Offers 400 IPS, up to 3,200 DPI, and up to 1,000Hz polling rate
  • Settings are directly adjustable on the mouse
  • Super-thin engineered 0.8mm PCB formula shell
  • Stable, lag-free, and fast wireless connection
  • Kailh GM 8.0 switch with a life of 80 million clicks
  • Plug and play with no drivers needed
  • Assassin Glide providing buttery smooth movement across surfaces

What Ninjutso Had to Say

“Whether you’re a casual gamer or a diehard veteran, this mouse makes sure you’re always tournament-ready. Equipped with the Assassin Glide Virgin PTFE feet, your movements across all surfaces will slide with a luxurious feel. What’s more, you can adjust your settings directly on the mouse itself. Whether you need to set the mouse’s max DPI of 3,200 to a lower sensitivity, or you need to switch to its 1,000 HZ mode for a battle where speed is key, you’ll be able to adapt with the click of a button.” – Ninjutso

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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!

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