Setup & Usage
Getting the Touch PBT setup and running is quite easy. Just plug the 2.4 GHz receiver into an open USB port on your PC and then switch the mouse on and you’ll be good to go. There are no drivers or software to install, the mouse will automatically connect to the receiver.
When you turn the mouse on you’ll notice the small OLED screen turn on. It displays your current DPI, battery level, and connection mode you are in. You can use this mouse in both 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth wireless, as well as wired mode.
You can use the small thin button on the mouse to switch between different DPI levels (800/1600/2400/3200/4000) and set your own custom DPI. Below is a video showing off the OLED screen and showing you how to set your own custom DPI level.
I’ve been using the mouse for about a week now and I thought initially it would take me a bit to get used to it, but that was not the case. The mouse actually has a really good and comfortable feel to it overall. Even though it is more on the heavy side it does glide pretty well too. The biggest thing I am sure you are wondering about is how those keyboard-style buttons actually feel. Why they do have a satisfying click, they do feel a bit wobbly. This is likely because they do not have any stabilizers.