Roccat Savu Gaming mouse review

Software:

Roccat Savu Gaming mouse Software Roccat Savu Gaming mouse Software
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As always Roccat put a lot of effort into their software that they create for the mice, headsets, and gaming keyboards. This one is no different, the software for the Savu is excellent.  In it you will find about five tabs that all have various settings to play around in and the last one lets you easily download updates for your mouse.

The first tab has sensitivty option, DPI settings various tilt and double click speeds etc. These are all very  important so you can customize the mouse to fit your own specific needs.

The second tab on the other hand has button assignments that are equally as important as the sensitivity settings.

Roccat Savu Gaming mouse Software Roccat Savu Gaming mouse Software
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In the third tab you can play with advanced controls such as sensitivity on X,Y axis, polling rate, etc etc.

I personally like the fourth tab, it actually keeps track of how many clicks you do on each button.  I took these screenshots as soon as I plugged it in and you can see I used 110 left button clicks and 30 some right button clicks before taking the screenshot.

Unpacking:

Conclusion:

This is a nice mouse that has worked great for me for several days now while we have been testing it both during gaming sessions and while doing normal work on the internet.

It reacts well to movements and it is precise and feels good on our Qpad mousepad, I also tried it on a normal non glossy tabletop and it worked great.

The mouse is a tad smaller than than other gaming mice on the market, by a tad I mean just a tiny bit smaller just basiclly so it fits even smaller hands without any problems.

The sleeving on the cable got softer after awhile so you don’t have to worry about it ruining your gaming sessions.

Once again, a very nice mouse from Roccat that will make most gamers happy and also normal users.

Pros:
+
Fits both big and small hands
+ Looks cool
+ Precise and quick movements

Cons:
No weights

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