Product On Review: Vintorez Gaming Mouse
Manufacturer: Attitude One
Street Price: ~£28 (inc. V.A.T.)
Attitude One are a relatively new manufacturer on the block. Founded in 2012, the US-based company have in a few short months compiled a well-rounded range to include diverse peripherals such as 7.1 headsets, keyboards and now mice. The Vintorez utilises an outer shell with a shape identical to the Aula Manum, but the mouse has been adapted by Attitude One to include a rubberised surface and 3500 DPI optical sensor.
The Vintorez is Attitude One's first gaming mouse, joining other gaming peripherals such as the Makarov keyboard and Tunguska headsets. Set at around 30-35 Euros or £25-30, it occupies a low to mid-range price position against some of the most well-regarded brands in the business. The design takes cues from the best by including a 3200 DPI optical sensor, flaring main buttons two thumb buttons and rubberised non-slip coating. In a relative rarity at the price point it also incorporates customisable LED illumination and DPI settings; mainstream features for gaming mice at a relatively budget price point.
For all the headline features however it's going to be durability and comfort which will show just how good this mouse can be.
*Introduction edited to account for new information - Ed