Peripherals Reviews

Testing the Genesis Krypton 770 Pro(?) Gaming Mouse

Mice are like sand by the sea now. Even if you limit the search to computer mice, everything is very confusing. Big or small, fast or slow, additional keys, RGB and the list goes on. What do you need nowadays to stand out in this crowd? Today we look at the Genesis Krypton 770 Pro Gaming Mouse. What can the mouse do and what makes it special?

Design and Features

If you take the mouse out of the packaging, it won’t attract much attention. The design is simple and everything is black. Only the Genesis logo is emblazoned on the back of the mouse. At first sight it looks like any mouse. On the other hand, it offers four additional keys and thus a total of seven keys that can also be programmed. In addition, the rubberized surfaces on the side parts are also noticeable, which is intended to provide particularly good grip. It’s also noticeable that the main keys are not separated from the back of the mouse, so there’s always a load on the material. We’ll see in practice whether the material can withstand this load. At the latest when you insert the mouse for the first time, you will notice the RGB stripe. It runs along the back of the mouse and reaches up to the main keys.

The mouse wheel is also illuminated, but in a color that indicates the current DPI setting. However, this can be freely selected in the software. Genesis also came up with something to stand out from the crowd. When you buy one, you get a Multi-Tool for free. There’s really everything on it that you can use in a hurry when it comes to a PC.

Multitool

Technical Details

Sensor PMW3360
Sensor type optical
DPI 100-12000
query rate up to 1000 Hz
Form ergonomic for right-handed users
Number of keys 7
switch OMRON
Weight 95 g
Length 130 mm
Width 59 mm
Height 43 mm
Cable length 1.8 m
Lighting RGB Prismo Effect
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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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