After first looking at the Thorium 300 keyboard it’s time to look at its partner, the Element Gaming Iridium 820 Gaming Mouse. First off the price is amazing for what you get in the box. This mouse is packed full of features that you gamers used to using the more expensive equipment will be used to.
Set-up of the Iridium 820 is extremely easy. It has a standard plug and play USB connection paired with a software CD containing the driver and profile programs.
Along with the Thorium 300 keyboard, the Iridium 820 Gaming Mouse has access to up-to five gaming profiles that will automatically set once the said game has been launched saving you valuable gaming time configuring your buttons and sensitivity.
The mouse is incredibly smooth to use and glided well across various surfaces I tried being glass, wood and mouse mat. Thanks to the max 8200 DPI, The Element Gaming Iridium 820 Gaming Mouse is fully customisable in terms of DPI sensitivity.
The mouse is rather large which is great for someone like me with larger hands. I could grip the mouse comfortably using a palm grip with each button still in reach. Even the DPI changer buttons are easy to get to being under your palm. Design seems to have been well thought out with buttons in just the right places, and the rubber wrist pad at the base of the mouse.
Element Gaming are working hard to get their products recognised among the big dogs like Razer and Steelseries and they’re doing a great job. The Element Gaming Iridium 280 Gaming Mouse is well designed, looks great, has some cool light up features that us gamers like and last of all, you get all of this for a great price. You can get your own from eBuyer.com.