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Trust GXT 180 Kusan Pro: Affordable Gaming Mouse under Test

Ergonomics

Users in the gaming sector also attach great importance to ergonomics. The advertising for the GXT 180 Kusan Pro shows that the mouse is aimed both at ambitious hobby gamers and experienced eSports enthusiasts. These groups of people usually use such accessories quite excessively and are therefore dependent on the mouse not only lying well in the hand, but can be operated in any situation and also over longer periods of time without problems or pain. Also the other demands of the target group of this special mouse might be quite high.

Thus, it quickly becomes apparent that the weight of the device cannot be adjusted. Who decides for the GXT 180 Kusan Pro from Trust, decides for 107 grams. Ultimately, it should be said that experienced eSportsmen have been involved in the development of this peripheral and have reported on their experiences. In the test, the weight is not negative – the mouse can be moved comfortably and performs very well. In special situations, however, some players may prefer a different weight. In defence of the concept, however, it should be mentioned that the 107 grams chosen are a reasonable weight from a purely ergonomic point of view, as the hand is not subjected to excessive strain.

Apart from this slight flaw, there are no points of criticism. Despite the symmetrical design, the mouse was designed ergonomically intelligent. This includes troughs for the palms of the hands and fingers as well as a slightly non-slip surface coating. The relatively large hump of the mouse is conspicuous, but it is not disturbing. Thanks to its ingenious shape, the mouse can be used by both right-handed and left-handed users.

All in all, the GXT 180 Kusan Pro is an advantageous gaming mouse from an ergonomic point of view.

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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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