The Sharkoon Skiller SGM2 Gaming Mouse comes in a nice package, which makes a good first impression. If you unpack the mouse completely, you will notice that it is clearly a right-handed mouse. It has dimensions of 69 x 42 x 132 millimetres and weighs 106 grams. Sharkoon uses a lot of plastic for the materials as well as a textile-sheathed USB cable, which is 1.8 metres long. In general one could have put a scoop on it regarding the workmanship certainly still, for the called price this is however still absolutely in order.
The input is done via two main buttons, two buttons on the left side, a DPI button and the scroll wheel. Here you can see where Sharkoon has saved money, because the built-in switches are only designed for a maximum durability of 5 million clicks. Compared to high-quality Omron switches, this is not much, because they can already handle up to 50 million clicks. However, since the mouse is designed more for beginners, who are most likely not so much at gambling, these switches should probably be sufficient.
The SGM2 has two rubber-coated contact surfaces on the side, ensuring that the user always has a secure grip. The general ergonomics of the mouse are also extremely pleasant, so that it lay very well in the hand during testing and was still easy to control even with fast movements. Four Teflon feet on the underside of the mouse ensure optimum gliding characteristics, which is why it can be steered on practically any surface.