|商品尺寸||12.88 x 6.81 x 4.22 cm; 259 克|
SteelSeries Aerox 5 无线 - 轻质无线游戏鼠标 - 18000 CPI - TrueMove 空气光学传感器 - 超轻防水设计 - 180 小时以上电池寿命
SteelSeries Aerox 5 Wireless - Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse - 18000 CPI -- TrueMove Air Optical Sensor - Ultra-Lightweight Water Resistant Design – 180+ Hour Battery Life
- 超轻盈设计 - 先进的工程优化了 Aerox 5 至 74g 的流线型,在各种游戏中实现超快速和佳性能,如 Valorant、Call of Duty、Fortnite、CS:GO、Legends、Apex Legends、PUBG、Grand Theft Auto等。
- 总定制 - 9 个可编程按钮,带 5 个按钮操作面板,包括一个定制的上下翻转开关。使用 SteelSeries Engine 轻松定制每一次点击。
- 保护 - IP54,AquaBarrier 保护鼠标免受水、灰尘、灰尘等污染。
- 新一代双无线 - 无延迟 Quantum 2.0 无线,具有完美无瑕的 2.4GHz 连接,适用于游戏和移动的蓝牙 5.0 连接。
- 超长的电池寿命 - 播放长达 180 小时。精准性能 - 突破性的 TrueMove Air 传感器带来控制,倾斜跟踪,提供 18,000 CPI,400 IPS和40G 加速。
- Ultra Lightweight Design - State-of-the-art engineering streamlined the Aerox 5 to 74g for ultra-fast and optimal performance across games, like Valorant, Call of Duty, Fortnite, CS:GO, League of Legends, Apex Legends, PUBG, Grand Theft Auto, and many more.
- Total Customization - 9 programmable buttons with a 5-button action panel includes a tailor-made up/down flick switch. Customize every click with ease using SteelSeries Engine.
- All-Around Protection - Rated IP54, AquaBarrier shields the mouse from water, dust, dirt and more.
- Next-Gen Dual Wireless - Lag-free Quantum 2.0 wireless with a flawless 2.4GHz connection for gaming, and on-the-go Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
- Extra Long Battery Life - Play for up to 180 hours. Fast charging can provide 40 hours of gameplay from only a 15-minute charge.
- Precise Performance - Groundbreaking TrueMove Air sensor brings total control with tilt tracking, delivering 18,000 CPI, 400 IPS, and 40G acceleration.
使用多功能、超轻 Aerox 5 无线,让您能够指挥任何战场。 胜利是你手中的闪电般的 74g 构建,旨在在任何游戏类型中表现出色。 9 个可编程按钮为游戏玩家提供快速快捷键和宏,以在竞争中占据主导地位,包括方便的 5 按钮侧板和定制向上/向下闪烁开关。 下一代 Quantum 2.0 Wireless 带来无延迟的游戏玩法,2.4GHz 和蓝牙 5.0 连接长达 180 小时。 我们强大的 IP54 级的 AquaBarrier 保护功能可以保护 Aerox 5 免受水、灰尘、污垢等的侵害。 Aerox 5 Wireless 专为完美设计,拥有所有华丽组件,除了一个您外。
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The biggest problem here is that the mouse both expects you to have very light, small hands, and very large, freakishly long thumbs.
The main attraction of an MMO mouse is the side buttons. I have fairly large hands, at about 8 1/2 inches from the base of my palm to the tip of my middle finger, and about a 9 inch wingspan. Unless you're an NBA player, good luck reaching those keys. The side buttons are so far toward the front of the mouse, and add some ridiculous staggered angle, I cannot comfortably reach the 1, 2, 3, or 6 buttons. They're so hard to reach, I have to shift my grip to get at them. Palm and claw don't work. I can't reach the buttons in palm. When I do claw, I invariably add more weight on my index finger. That's when the second major problem shows up.
The actuation force on the clicks is absurdly low. This trend in recent years to reduce actuation force / distance is really, really stupid. Speed switches on keyboards, with ~1.2mm actuation, as opposed to the standard 2mm, have shown to have ZERO improvements in actuation speed. It's a gimmick that makes you bad at typing. It seems we're doing this with mice now, too. If you so much as look at the mouse funny, it will click. Unless you have baby hands, you can't rest your finger on the button at all. Having a neurological condition that causes me to shake, I have no choice. My large hands, not large enough to reach the side buttons, are also too large to comfortably use the mouse as a mouse. Lovely.
I measured the actuation force of the click at the tip of the button at around 30g. I'm using a scale, so it's not as accurate as a proper force gauge, but it got the job done. My Naga Pro actuated at 45g at the tip. The thing is, with the Naga, I don't have to rest my finger on the end of the button. Not only is it 50% more required force, but I can rest closer to the axis, which means my 70-80g force of a resting finger is less likely to actuate the click. The actuation force is fine when I palm grip, but again, I cannot do this AND use the side buttons, because this thing was designed by Salad Fingers.
For perspective, Cherry Brown keyboard switches are 55g. Blue are 60g. Red, being a pretty light switch, is 45g. Keyboard switches are also usually not required to bear the weight of a finger unless you're actively pressing a key. The mouse has to. 30g is too low.
Lastly, they replaced their old Engine software with this bloated GG thing. I didn't use it long enough to form an opinion on it, but lighter companion applications are almost universally better.
Buy a Naga Pro if you're willing to spend this much. Buy a Logitech G600 if you want to spend 1/4 the money. Hell, I'd recommend a Corsair Scimitar over this thing, and the side buttons on that thing suck, too.
Steelseries, you can fix this mouse by moving the buttons closer to the back, making them shorter in length for denser placement (see Naga), and stiffen up the click a bit. If you do that, you have a winner. Unfortunately, you designed the worst of both worlds.
I have a corsair scimitar I've had for quite a while that I use for a lot of different games. Figured I'd try a different brand and see how it felt.
First, gaming mice are like underwear. Everyone has a different fit/preferance. This mouse is MUCH lighter than my corsair. I like that as it's easier to pick up and reposition if needed. Tracking seems good. Glides nicely.
The software is not exactly super user friendly as far as I'm concerned. Still better than the mess that is ICUE however. I've had a couple times it's gone non-responsive so far, but I'm not sure if the blame is with the mouse or my motherboard as I've have a couple USB issues previously
Button placement (for my hand) means I have to stretch a bit to get the first column of buttons. In contrast with the corsair where I have to stretch to get the back column. So far I'm still adjusting to it, but I seem to like it pretty well.