EasySMX T47 Review

👤by Weston Dakin Comments 📅03-06-18
Closer Look

The top profile of the T47 is like many other budget orientated mice, at the front, there is the scroll wheel, a DPI button and button to toggle the illumination effects.

The side profile of the T47 has a nice curvature that isn’t too tall and is nicely rounded. There are no aggressive angles or slopes that can sometimes cause discomfort. The right side features two textured finger grips that are plastic. This area could have been improved if it featured some texturised rubber in place of the plastic.

The left side has a large grip area which is again plastic. On this side, there are also three buttons. The two main act as a forwards and backwards button for web browsing. These can be customised using the downloadable software. The third button acts as a quick shift for the DPI level.

At the back of the mouse, there is the EasySMX logo that is one of the two RGB zones. You can also see the second RGB area that flows around the entire bottom of the mouse.

The front section gives you a closer look at the left and right buttons. The left click adopts a slight curved concave whereas the right is slightly convexed. This may sound odd, but in reality, it feels quite natural when in use. The front also reveals the non-removable rubberised cable.

Underneath the T47 there are the four decently sized glide pads that are made from plastic but in a faux metal style. The sensor is located in the middle and is surrounded by some text, a QR code and the EasySMX branding.

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