To start off with testing the Eclipse we checked out some of the features of the mouse. We first took a look at the DPI changer. The DPI quick switch has four settings, which can be adjusted through software, which are by default at 400, 800, 1600 and 2400 DPI. The lowest setting is the smallest bar of the set of four lights. Of course it would make sense that that each time you go up is a higher DPI setting.
In total there are four profiles for the mouse: the default having no color and an additional three custom profiles being green, red, and orange in color.
To change all of these settings OCZ has provided a profile/configuration manager. There are two main screens: profile and configuration. In the profile screen you have the ability to adjust the buttons for each profile and save/load your favorite profiles. In the configuration menu you have the ability to select how many DPI levels you want and what DPI you want for each setting; these settings are for the DPI quick switcher. You can also change the USB report rate in this menu.