Speedlink Omnivi Core Gaming Mouse Review



/ 11 months ago

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Introduction


Speedlink Omnivi Core Gaming Mouse Review

Speedlink has long had a reputation for being a budget-focused brand, and while that’s still true to a certain extent, they’ve been pushing the quality of their products up by a huge margin, moving into the stomping grounds of established gaming brands. Their Decus Respec Gaming Mouse is a prime example of this, taking the old Decus and improving every aspect, giving it a flawless sensor, and making it a very competitive gaming mouse. Now it looks like they’re raising the bar again with the Omnivi, which mixes LED lighting, aluminium components, a 12,000 DPI sensor, 10 programmable buttons and more, making it a tempting option for the MMO gaming crowd.

“The OMNIVI Gaming Mouse combines feature-packed functionality, ease of use and incredible precision in one perfect package. It is setting new standards in the gaming scene with its exhaustive feature set, including colourful glow, solid aluminium base plate, four thumb buttons and the ultra-precise, optical 12,000dpi sensor. Use the ten programmable buttons to keep your opponents at bay by utilising the extensive programming function to customise the mouse so your personal gaming style matches the game. And witness how your macros are unleashed at the press of a single button to perform close-combat or distance attacks, switch weapons or cast spells.”

As you can see from the list below, the Omnivi isn’t lacking in features, and it certainly ticks all the right boxes when it comes to shopping for a high-end gaming mouse. Now, let’s grab the box and take a closer look at what it has to offer.

  • Professional gaming mouse
  • Ultra-precise 12,000dpi optical sensor
  • 10 freely configurable buttons
  • Adjustable LED lighting glows in any one of 7 atmospheric colours
  • Solid finger rest and aluminium base plate
  • Profile management with any number of game profiles
  • Powerful Macro Editor
  • DPI switch for rapid toggling between resolutions
  • 6 sensor precision levels from 800 to 12,000dpi
  • Illuminated 2D scroll wheel indicated current dpi level
  • Illuminated 2D scroll wheel indicated current dpi level
  • Adjustable USB polling rate up to 1,000Hz
  • Incredible ergonomic comfort with grippy scroll wheel and finger rest
  • Rubberised finish
  • Maximum acceleration: 50g
  • Maximum tracking speed: 250ips
  • Sensor frame rate: 12,000fps
  • Flexible USB cable with hard-wearing sheath (1.8m)
  • Dimensions: 87 × 131 × 52mm (W × D × H)
  • Weight: 145g
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Packaging & Accessories

The box is nicely designed, showing off a great image of the mouse, but also listing all the major features right up front, such as the sensor, on-board memory and 10 button design.

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Open the box out, and you’re treated to a look at the actual mouse, as well as some details on the Speedlink software suite.

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In the box, you get all the usual documentation, as well as the mouse, which comes hard-wired with a durable black and red braided cable.

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