The Speedlink Orios RGB Gaming Mouse unites an extensive range of functions with stunning looks for the ultimate gaming experience with a blast of colour accents. Its side, logo and scroll wheel RGB lighting can be customised in any of 16.7 million colours, making this stylish black mouse a real head-turner. With seven programmable buttons and onboard memory to store five profiles, you can tune your gaming style to match the game and unleash your macros at the press of a button. Its high-end 5,000dpi (up to 10,000dpi interpolated) gaming sensor and ultra-smooth glide feet deliver the responsiveness and accuracy you need. And thanks to its rubberised non-slip finish, you retain maximum grip even in the heat of battle.
Speedlink Orios RGB Gaming Mouse Specs
- USB gaming mouse with RGB lighting
- Configurable side, logo and scroll wheel lighting with 16.7 million colour options
- 7 programmable buttons with macro support
- High-end 5,000dpi (up to 10,000dpi interpolated) Pixart 3325 gaming sensor
- 1,000Hz polling rate
- Onboard memory for 5 profiles
- Rubberised non-slip finish for maximum grip
- Ultra-smooth glide feet
- DPI switch
- Connection: USB-A
- Cable length: 1.8m
- Dimensions: 128 × 70 × 39mm (L × W × H)
- Weight: 143g (incl. cable)
The Orios has a sleek design, with curves in all the right places. Each mouse button is concaved for your finger to slip into and the sides feature a textured design. The mouse is long and great for medium to large hands. I did find that at 95g, the mouse is little heavy, but a tad lighter than my current MX Master 3.
This is a minimalist mouse, with two additional side buttons and RGB lighting. DPI can be changed with the two buttons by the mouse wheel.
The RGB lighting is adjustable via the Speedlink software. This software features a minimalist design to match the mouse. Also, there are up to 5 different profiles and a variety of light effects.
In a gaming environment, I found the Orios perfect in everyway. Although, I did have some issues with accuracy in a small space and did have to adjust the DPI a couple of times.
Overall, the Orios RGB is a rational choice to make. Its sleek, got some weight to it, features customizable RBG and profiles. Finally, check out our other gaming reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on Facebook or Twitter.