Model: Zeus eSport Edition
Following on from our review of the Gamdias Hephaestus, today we’ll be covering the Zeus eSports Edition (here on Zeus) gaming mouse from the company. The Zeus looks to have all the bases covered with an 8200DPI lazer, configurable weight and shape as well as a comprehensive software suite, Hera.
At £70 the Zeus is right in there with previous mice we’ve reviewed such as the Logitech G502 – itself had a heavy ‘tuning’ influence – so it will be interesting to see what Gamdias have cooked up to differentiate the Zeus from the competition.
|Weight System||Yes (4.5g x5)|
|Resolution||up to 8200 DPI|
|Polling Rate||125 / 250 / 500 /1000 Hz|
|Dimension(LxWxH)||127.14 x 84.46 x 43.2 mm|
|Tracking Method||Advanced Gaming Laser Sensor|
|Switch Lifecycle||11 Million|
|Graphical UI||Yes (GAMDIAS HERA)|
What Gamdias say about the Zeus:
There are numerous reasons why ZEUS has been chosen to be GAMDIAS’ state of the art gaming mouse. Not only because it has all the features that meets the demands of gamers in this generation, from 8200 DPI to 11 smart keys with 9 of which being programmable, and customizable LED light effects and so on. But more importantly, ZEUS is the first ever gaming mouse that offers tool-less side panel adjustments on the go, which can be transformed accordingly depending on your preferences. Finding it difficult to cast numerous spells at once while drinking potions, then with ZEUS at your service with 9 programmable macro keys, you shall conquer any domain you choose to enter effortlessly.
The specifications of the Gamdias are certainly comparable to other mice in the market and there certainly isn’t an immediate weak link. The 8200DPI sensor should be enough for anyone and the onboard memory means you’re good to go if you often travel with your peripherals in toe.
The Gamdias Zeus certainly appears comparable to its peers on a brief introduction, but as we seen the Hepahestius, the company isn’t afraid to think outside of the mundane when it comes to their products and with that in mind, let’s get familiar with the Zeus.
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