Cougar Minos X3 Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅09-03-17
Closer Look

The birdseye view of the Minos X3 reveals that it is largely symmetrical meaning that it should be fine for left handers to use.

The mouse wheel is wide and is covered by a thick rubber grip and forms one of the lighting zones. Behind the wheel there is a button that is used to toggle the lighting effects.

Here we see the forward and back buttons sitting above a rubberised textured grip.

The rear end shows us the Cougar logo which is also a lighting zone, with the main lighting surrounding the base of the mouse, as seen at the bottom.

On the right side, the Minos X3 features more rubberised textured grip to aid with easy lifting.

Underneath, the Minos X3 has two large slip pads, one at the front and one at the rear. The sensor is positioned roughly centre to its overall length, noting that the top part of the mouse protrudes farther than the base. Also note the two dedicated switches for adjusting DPI and polling rate.

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