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 Post subject: CD-R King MOS-G023U-DA
PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 6:40 pm 

Joined: Tue Mar 11, 2014 8:25 am
Posts: 3

I've been using this Mouse for quite some time now. And it Works Perfectly well with the EEC.

I took a gamble since there were some people here who have tested generic mice and they usually work well with the EEC. Sometimes those complex drivers mess up compatibility with the EEC. So I thought the more generic the better.

Here are the Specs (copied from the Website):
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Barcode: 005042220130005

  1. With LED light
  2. Ergonomic design
  3. USB Interface
  4. Works with: Windows 95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  5. Optical orientation technology
  6. High accuracy and sensational
  7. Buton-life up to 1million click
  8. High-Precision: 800/1600/2400//32000dpi.

It works very well with the EEC.
It's Dirt Cheap
It costs around Php 250.00
that would be around
  • 4 EURO
  • 5 US Dollars
IF the advertising is true, 1 million button clicks to be at par with those Steel Series Mice.
Plug and Play. No drivers needed.
Has nice Red LED backlight to compliment the matte black color

No on board Memory. So you have to click the CPi Switch to adjust DPI everytime you plug it in.
Feels very light, no weight adjustment
Materials are not top quality. Obviously to cut down cost.
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The Verdict.
Since it works very well with the EEC, at a fraction of the cost of the cheapest commercial gaming mouse, I would say that the Pros would definitely outweigh the cost. Hell, It's so affordable it almost seems disposable!
You can probably buy this at any generic, gray market, China imitation Tech store out there.

I'd have to say you will miss that "top-of-the-line" feeling when you own those $700+ gaming mice but, if you can Pwn at the price of a Subway Footlong, I'd say it is very much worth it.

I'll give it a 4 out of 5.

PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2014 7:56 pm 

Joined: Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:30 pm
Posts: 290
Location: Wisconsin
Thank you for the information! I'll add this to the compatibility list when I get a chance. That is dirt cheap for a mouse!

View all of my EE config files. More coming soon!
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