ThunderX3 TM60 Laser Gaming Mouse Review
Peter Donnell / 7 years ago
ThunderX3 are one of the newest players in the peripherals market, coming from the well-known Aerocool, the new ThunderX3 brand effectively represents Aerocools own gaming division, albeit under its own unique moniker. While the market is quite saturated with brands, we always welcome more choice and given that we already know these new gaming products are designed and manufactured by Aerocool, not some rebranded OEM garbage, we’re very excited to take a look at their new products, and eager to show you what they have to offer. We kick off our first ThunderX3 review today with their new TM60 Laser Gaming Mouse, but we’ll have more products to share with you in the coming weeks.
Equipped with a high-performance 9800 sensor, the well tried and tested Omron switches, a 32-bit processor for lag-free input and processing, on-board memory, RGB lighting, and so much more, the TM60 is certainly ticking all the right boxes for a high-performance gaming mouse; enough to put it on par with the competition, at least on paper.
The box is very nicely designed, with a clear image of the product on the front, as well as badges showing off the 16.8 million colour RGB lighting, as well as the 16,000 DPI laser sensor.
Around the back, a multi-language breakdown of the main features, such as the AVAGO-9800 sensor and interchangeable grips.
Open the box out, you’ll find a full technical run-down, as well as a nicely labeled image showing all the major aspects of the TM60.
There isn’t a whole lot in the box, but certainly everything you’ll need. The mouse comes hard-wired with a very nice quality braided cable and a gold-plated USB connector. The other part is a soft rubber grip side panel, which you can install on the mouse in place of the hard plastic one; we’ll try that shortly.