The Berlin-based company Lioncast has introduced a successor to the LM20. The new Lioncast LM25 is now available for 49,95 Euro.
The built-in Pixart PWM3360 is also used in the Lioncast LM50, which achieved the grade “very good” in our test with 88 percent. The resolution of the sensor is 12,000 DPI. The sampling rate of 1,000 Hz and the response time of one millisecond also promise an excellent gaming experience.
The asymmetrical right-handed mouse offers 13 keys that can be freely configured via the Lioncast software. Five individual profiles can be stored in the internal memory, which in addition to key assignment also include macros and RGB lighting. In addition, the ergonomics of the mouse can be adjusted over eight 2.4 gram weights.