|商品尺寸||11.91 x 7.82 x 4.04 cm; 150 克|
|电池||1 未知型号 需要电池。|
Mad Catz M.O.J.O. M1 轻质光学游戏鼠标,黑色 (MM04DCINBL00)
Mad Catz M.O.J.O. M1 Lightweight Optical Gaming Mouse
- 超轻 70 克设计移动更快,游戏时间更长,减少*。 符合人体工程学;交织的空心金字塔设计适合不同的抓握风格;增强抓握控制并*大限度地减少抓握压力
- PMW3360 光学传感器和可调节 12000 DPI 确保卓越的精度和跟踪能力
- 获得*的 DAKOTA 开关将响应时间减至两毫秒;比机械开关快 60%。
- 6000 万次点击寿命,可持久玩游戏。 免驱动程序即插即用设计 - 无需安装软件
- 71 英寸(约 180.3 厘米)Paracord 电缆*大程度地提高鼠标的灵活性和移动性;内置 RGB 照明效果让您个性化您的游戏体验。 Mad Catz 游戏配件提供 2 年有限保修。
- Ultra-lightweight 70g design - move quicker and play longer with less fatigue. Ergonomic; interwoven hollow-pyramid design - accommodates different grip styles; enhances grip control and minimizes grip pressure
- PMW3360 optical sensor and adjustable 12000 DPI ensures superior precision and tracking
- Patented DAKOTA Switch - accelerates the response time to only two milliseconds; 60% faster than mechanical switches
- 60-million click lifetime for long-lasting gameplay. Driver-free plug-and-play design - no software installation needed
- 71" Paracord cable maximizes mouse flexibility and mobility; built-in RGB lighting effects - personalize your gaming experience.
- Mad Catz Gaming accessories come with a 2-Year Limited warranty.
用 M.O.J.O 展示你激烈的快速和致命的动作。 M1 轻质光学游戏鼠标。 其超轻、空心金字塔设计为您提供 FPS 游戏的竞争优势,让您数小时舒适地玩耍,并支持各种抓握风格。 先进的12000 DPI 光学传感器为您提供卓越的精确度,让您在跟踪和摧毁对手时保持活力。 凭借其独特的交织设计和 RGB 照明效果,可在鼠标上自定义 M.O.J.O 。 M1 即使在摧毁竞争对手的同时也能保持最佳状态。 获得专利的 DAKOTA 开关可为您提供近乎瞬时的响应时间,比传统机械开关快 60%。 这款先进的开关还赋予 M.O.J.O 。 M1 是行业领先的 6000 万点击寿命。 • 超轻 70 克设计 - 移动更快,玩得更久,减少疲劳 • 符合人体工程学的交织空金字塔设计 - 适应不同的抓握风格,增强抓握控制并最大限度地减少抓握压力 • 可调节 12000 DPI - 确保卓越的精度和跟踪 • 专利 DAKOTA 开关 - 加速响应时间仅 2 毫秒,比机械开关快 60 万次点击寿命 持久游戏 • 免驱动即插即用设计 - 无需安装软件 • 跳伞绳电缆 - 最大限度地提高鼠标的灵活性和移动性 •内置 RGB 照明效果 - 个性化您的游戏体验 • PMW3360 光学传感器内容: •M.O.J.O。 M1 轻质光学游戏鼠标 •快速入门指南 •技术支持和保修信息 •一套标志贴纸
Let's start with the good:
I'm a sucker for weird computer peripherals, and this definitely delivers in that regard. The customization is nice -- being able to swap out palm rests, adjusting the angle of the thumb rest, or modifying the weight is cool. There's a lot that can be done to make it fit your hand, and I respect that.
I found the software to be adequate as well. Windows only for the software, though any edits you make are saved to the mouse directly so it'll work on Linux or Mac. (But keep in mind for Mac, there aren't any bindings in the software for CMD, if you have any intention of using this for complex Mac-specific macros. This doesn't affect my score since this is advertised as Windows-only, which is fair.)
It's easy-ish to open up. Just threes screws and a bit of finesse. Repairability seems feasible.
Unfortunately, there isn't much else I can say about it that's good besides it's a functioning mouse.
Here are a handful of my issues with the device:
- Poor build quality.
One of the first things I noticed after opening and inspecting the mouse was that one of the plastic top panels was loose. It's not that it was screwed in wrong or anything (I opened the mouse up to check), but rather that the plastic just wasn't molded to properly fit. It's not a huge deal, but there's a noticeable gap about the size of my fingernail that sits between the top panel with the "RAT 8+" logo and the black frame underneath.
Basically every button on the mouse has some crazy wobble to it, especially the right mouse button and middle DPI switch on mine. I shimmed some of the empty space with small bits of paper to reduce the wobble, which worked. Although if you want to do this for the DPI switch, you'll have to open up the mouse.
Another gripe: Out of the box, I couldn't get the adjustment tool to work on any of the thumb rest adjustments. They were super tight, to the point of where I needed a screwdriver to loosen them. Maybe just an issue on my unit, but keep in mind it might be helpful to have a small hex allen wrench on hand.
- Bad ergonomics.
I understand this is subjective, so I'm not factoring this too heavily into my score. But despite all the customizability, my hand always had a tendency to feel sore after using it for long periods of time, no matter how many configurations I tried. It's probably okay for shorter gaming sessions, but if you're also using this for productivity, you might have comfort issues. My hands are slim and maybe small-medium in size, for reference.
- Weird design decisions.
On the thumb rest, there's a screw hole right behind the sniper button where your thumb will likely naturally rest. At first thought, no issue. But after only like a month of using this mouse, everything around that screw hole is covered in grime. I wash my hands just as much as the next guy, so bear in mind this area might need some extra attention when cleaning.
Another weird one is the pinky rest attachment, which I wanted to love. Unfortunately, it has an issue where it didn't actually make physical contact with the desk, instead hovering like 2mm above it. Sounds reasonable: less contact, less friction when gaming, right? Well -- with the size and weight of the pinky rest, the reality of the situation is that even the slightest bit of unbalanced pressure from your hand means your mouse is now lopsided and leaning to the right. It's super easy to run into this unintentionally, and it makes the whole thing just feel poorly thought out and engineered. A quick fix: find an old mouse you're not using, peel off one of the smaller skates from the bottom, and then stick that onto the pinky rest's skate. That should close the gap and reduce the tendency to tilt to the right. It'll introduce more drag, but you're probably not going to be using the pinky rest for gaming anyways because of how huge it is.
Finally, I want to mention the weight of this mouse. It's heavy. I don't know the exact numbers, but I was only able to get this to a comfortable weight by removing all of the included weights, as well as the spring + adjustment tool under the palm rest. If you want a light mouse for gaming, this isn't it.
Other thoughts, that don't reflect my rating:
- I really don't know what to use the horizontal scroll wheel for. I mean, sure, horizontal scrolling -- but I do that so rarely it feels overkill to have a separate wheel dedicated to it. I used the software to bind page up/down to the wheel to try it out as a super-fast scrolling solution, like some knock-off Logitech frictionless scroll. It was adequate. Maybe other people will find more use for it than me.
- This mouse loves its decals. It's a bit of a detractor for me. I honestly think this thing would look a lot nicer with maybe just a single Mad Catz logo somewhere. The palm rests are extra weird, they have this " 0 -- 5 -- 10 -- 15 -- 20" ruler-like thing printed on but it's totally non-functional and looks weird. It'd look better blank.
- My cursor had a tendency to "jump" around sometimes. I think the sensor might have been calibrated weirdly. There's an option to do this in the software. Not sure if mine was defective, but it didn't bother me enough to try to recalibrate it while I was using the mouse. Seemed to only happen just after the mouse was lifted + set back down.
- I'm no longer using this mouse. I managed to replace the broken scroll encoder on my Swiftpoint Z, and I'm going back to that as my daily driver.
i actually haven't even used the mouse that much at all , its really small in my hand and sensitive to touch, i fat finger the buttons, sooo i kinda just wasted my money, but hey! cool mouse to have to collect dust! X3
looks cool feels arllright
a touch too sensitive n small for me