Xtrfy M1 NiP Edition was developed especially for the needs of ambitious eSportsmen in cooperation between the company Xtrfy and the professional CS:GO player Ninjas in Pyjamas (NiP). Whether the expensive mouse € 74.90 in Germany can meet the high demands of this target group can be found out by our team.
Design and Workmanship
The design of the Xtrfy M1 NiP Edition looks simple at first glance. When switched on, the yellow illuminated NiP logo and the yellow illuminated mouse wheel as well as the light strip, which extends from the left thumb button to the middle of the right outer side of the mouse, clearly dominate.
Otherwise the colour black dominates, which is only loosened up by small dark grey accents, for example around the mouse wheel. Also the design of the cable is like the mouse mainly black with a yellow pattern.
The workmanship is of very high quality. The built-in onrom switches give a good feedback and don’t show any “clacking”. The hard plastic used also makes a good and long-lasting impression. The surface of the mouse is rubberized. This provides a good grip, but is also relatively susceptible to dirt. During my test, which lasted several weeks, no signs of wear and tear could be detected. The cable also looks solid due to the relatively strong sheathing, which should prevent cable breaks, but at the same time it is flexible enough not to attract attention during gaming.
Even the three large telephone feet do not show any signs of wear when I use them with a relatively rough cloth pad. All in all, the Xtrfy M1 looks like a mouse with which you can have long fun.
|Sensor||Pix type PMW 3310|
|CPI||400, 800, 1600, 3200, 4000 DPI|
|query rate||125, 500, 1000 Hz|
|Material||Hard plastic with rubberized surface|
|Form||Ergonomic for right-handed users|
|Number of keys||4 buttons + mouse wheel|
|Weight||95 g (without cable)|
|Width||48 – 59 mm|
|Height||33 – 39 mm|
|Length of the short cable||2 m|