OCZ Eclipse Double Laser Gaming Mouse Review


[ad#review989-top]Using the Eclipse was not as hard I thought it was going to be. I’ve been using the same mouse for about a year now, which is a rather large mouse, and I thought that going to a smaller mouse would be hard. It had a little different feeling, this is to be presumed, but was easy to get adjusted to.

I found that gaming was a breeze and found no initial impairment of my gaming when switching to the Eclipse. It was comfortable to use after hours of gaming and still have yet to get a hand cramp from this mouse.

The mouse was easy to use for everyday uses as well. The only problem I found with the mouse was that the two side buttons were sort of hard to click and were very loud when you did hit them.


The OCZ Eclipse was a very pleasant mouse to use. While it’s advertised as a gaming mouse it still works great for everyday use. It offers quite a number of features, some that I would have never even thought of. I enjoyed that there was an implementation for weight changing. You don’t usually see those kinds of features for a mouse of this price range. The OCZ Eclipse can range anywhere from $20-$30 online, which seems like a reasonable price for the features you are getting with the mouse. ThinkComputers awards the OCZ Eclipse Double Laser Gaming Mouse a 9 out of 10 score.

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– Quality mouse
– Comfortable
– Easy to use
– Many features


– Side buttons hard to click and very loud