The Redragon M811 Aatrox MMO Gaming Mouse is geared with 5 redefinable DPI levels (default as 500/1000/2000/3000/6200), easy to switch between different game needs. Dedicated demand of DPI options between 500-12400 is also available to be processed by software.
15 programmable buttons are all editable with customizable tactical keybinds in whatever game or work you are engaging. Default 2 + 8 epic MMO side buttons will get you all covered and hit your hotkeys/keybinds faster than ever with M811.
Following the natural structure of the human hand, the M811 is perfectly shaped for long-lasting use. It makes it easy to handle am to pm gaming parties or overtime & overdue work with less fatigue.
Turn backlit on and make some kills in your gaming battlefield. The hyped dynamic RGB backlit vibe will never let you down when decorating your gaming space, it would be better with other Redragon accessories with lights on.
All 15 buttons with hotkeys, media, DPI settings and 16.8 million colour lighting effects are all customizable with Redragon dedicated software. Pre-aim your opponents and get overwhelming to the victory in your exactly wanted way.
The 5-8 buttons are not designed to be hit with the tip of your finger as I’ve seen some people do. The buttons are angled so that you can comfortably push backwards or forwards on them with the joint of your thumb as I demonstrate in the video I’ve attached.
The grip on the forward button makes it easy to rest your thumb on it and also hit the back button with the joint of your thumb if/when you don’t need to use the 1-8 buttons, and just want to use it like a normal mouse with only two side buttons.
I would say the back button is the only button I’m not super keen on It’s designed to be pushed up and is very sensitive, which is slightly awkward at times but feels great other times.
Generally, there aren’t any buttons that are difficult to hit on their own, but there are some button combinations that are more difficult to hit in quick succession than others. If you need it for something fast-paced, figure out which button combos are easier to hit in succession, and plan your hotkeys accordingly.
A few people seem to be having trouble with the software. My guess is that they haven’t downloaded the correct software for their mouse. It’s a bit confusing, but every Redragon mouse has its own specific program you need to download, so I suspect the people having trouble have downloaded the software for a different mouse.
As for the software itself, it’s a little confusing, but not terrible. I saw some people complaining that the back and forwards buttons are too high up, which I could see being the case for some people, but they didn’t seem to understand that they could just make some of the lower down buttons do it instead, as all of the buttons are fully configurable with this software, which makes me feel like a lot of people don’t know how to use it.
Overall, the Redragon M811 Aatrox MMO Gaming Mouse is a great mouse, especially for the price.