A birds eye view of the Scimitar PRO RGB shows off its ergonomic shame, with curves in place for the thumb, and additional resting places for the third finger. This view gives a good look at the mouse wheel, which has a textured rubber coating for extra grip, as well as the profile and DPI toggle buttons.
Face on, we get a good look at the open housed mouse wheel, with the cable coming off from the left side of the mouse. On the right side (to our left) is an additional forward facing lighting zone, making up two of the lighting zones (wheel, front).
The 12 mechanical side buttons are arranged in a grid, each with a textured surface and can be moved forwards/backwards using the included hex key to loosen the screw on the underside. Just on the left, or to the front of the button grid, is a customisable DPI indicator LED.
The rear side of the Scimitar PRO RGB has a rather narrow top, but as it is firmly grounded, unlike the Razer Naga Hex V2, it will fit in the palm nicely.
The right side has a resting area for your third finger which is rubberised with an interesting grip pattern.
The base is rather wide, but has a noticeably smaller hold for the sensor when compared to the original Scimitar. The sensor is positioned centrally to the grip.