This mouse from Lofree is definitely interesting and something we haven’t seen before, but is it practical? I would say for daily tasks and normal use sure, but if you wanted to use this for gaming I think you’ll be disappointed. I like the idea of having keyboard-style buttons on a mouse and the ones here actually feel good and have some really nice tactile feedback, but they do wobble a bit. This is because there are no stabilizers. Also I feel like Lofree sort of dropped the ball by not using keyboard switches here. How cool would it have been to be able to swap out switches and get that really awesome click and tactile feel of mechanical key switches.
Also for those gamers out there the sensor is not a high-end gaming sensor, and the mouse is quite heavy. On top of that you have a high profile and sort of boxy shape that isn’t really conducive to fast movements.
I really like the OLED screen on this mouse, but if you are sitting at your desk and looking down at the mouse you really can’t see it.
For all of those desk setup nerds out there Lofree has designed this mouse to go with their Touch mechanical keyboard and it does match perfectly. So if you were to use both of those together they would look excellent.
I think at the end of the day this is a cool and unique mouse, but it really isn’t going to be for everyone. Right now you can buy this mouse directly from Lofree for $69.99. Overall ThinkComputers gives this mouse a 7 out of 10 score.
– Keyboard buttons on a mouse
– Feels good overall
– OLED display
– Easy to setup & adjust DPI
– 2.4 GHz, Bluetooth, and wired connectivity
– Can’t really see OLED display when using the mouse
– Buttons are a bit wobbly