Lofree Touch PBT Wireless Mouse Overview
Taking a first look at the mouse we received the “Tofu” version, which is sort of a cream color. There is also a “Block” version that is more of a grey color. You’ll immediately notice that this mouse is smaller than most as its not all that long and it is more narrow.
Even though the mouse is smaller it does have a pretty high profile with a large hump in the back. For those wondering about weight, this mouse is pretty heavy weighing in at 105.
Towards the front of the mouse there is a very thin button that allows you to switch between different DPI levels (800/1600/2400/3200/4000) and set your own custom DPI. Right above that is a small OLED screen, more on that in a bit. Now we have our two main buttons, which are fashioned after keyboard keys. The right one is slightly larger than left. I was hoping we would actually see mechanical key switches like you would find in a keyboard, but we just have mouse switches. Between the two main buttons is a rubberized scroll wheel.
The right side of the mouse gives us a good look at the ergonomics of this mouse. As I said it has quite a tall profile. On the right side you will find two buttons, a small thumb rest, and a small Lofree logo. On the opposite side all you’ll find is some information on the mouse printed on the side.
Looking at the mouse from the front we can see its sort of boxy shape. On the front you will find the USB-C connection for charging and using the mouse in wired mode.
Flipping the mouse over there a multiple mouse feet, of course our sensor, an on/off button, mode button, and you’ll find your 2.4 GHz receiver in a little compartment. The 2.4 GHz receiver is a simple USB-A one. When it comes to the sensor Lofree is making use of the PixArt PAW 3805 optical sensor which is a 4000 DPI sensor.
Lofree also sent us over a set of custom keycaps for the mouse. These are there Pharaoh set, which have a sort of Egypt theme. Lofree is also offering sets that not only come with keycaps, but also custom palm rests.