After a good few gaming sessions and some everyday usage scenarios I am ready to report back on my final thoughts on the Gigabyte FORCE M63.
If the performance is what you’re after the FORCE M63 has quite a bit to offer. It features Omron switches and a 4000dpi pro-optical sensor that when paired together with the likes of the Ghost software are quite a nice combination. The software alone is worthwhile and it will allow users to configure the mouse to their exact needs from the independently programmable buttons, being able to change how many lines the scroll wheel does per flick and even changing the DPI settings and report rate. All in all I was quite happy with the performance.
The FORCE M63 by design is an ambidextrous mouse designed more so for people with a claw grip and as such I found it quite comfortable, though there was one minor issue. The rear of the mouse that sits near your hand fit perfectly into my palm but towards the top where my fingers where it felt a bit thinner and as such took a little bit of getting used to. Once I got used to it, it was fine but every time I came back to it after a few minutes away there would be a little readjustment period. While this can easily be equated down to my personal preference it is just something to note and nothing that should hinder any impressions of the mouse as some users may not find it such an issue. Aside from this one small concern the mouse is quite comfortable and the extra area to rest your thumb and pinky fingers are a nice touch and works well for the FORCE M63.
When it comes to the value I feel the FORCE M63 is spot on, while I could not find a proper place to buy one from in the UK, Amazon.com was offering them for just shy of $48 which I feel is a fair price. For the money, you’re are getting a nice ambidextrous mouse that offers great performance and comes with software that will allow each individual users to full customize it down to every last button depending on their individual need.
The Gigabyte FORCE M63 FPS Gaming Mouse is a great all-around mouse offering good performance, design and a nice software application that is sure to help users get it setup just how they design.
I would like to thank Gigabyte for sending the FORCE M63 in for review and look forward to seeing what they come out with next.
– Ambidextrous design
– Omron switches are nice
– 4000 DPI pro-optical sensor feels smooth with no prediction
– Independently programmable buttons
– Lots of customization to be done in the software
– A Little thin towards the main m1/m2 buttons
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