The Xornet is one of those stunded looking mice. As fat as it is long it’s quite a rounded shape in reality. It’s very light with a relatively strong construction though there are some bits that don’t feel quite as nailed down as they should be.
The main shell is made of a smooth black plastic, while the buttons use that lovely soft rubber.
Each side features a section of rubber finger grips though the right also has some finger shelves.
The opposite – left – side has a couple of side buttons though they sit nicely just above where your thumb does. Shouldn’t get in the way during normal operation.
Between the two front left/right click buttons, there’s the typical clickable scroll wheel – though there’s no left right lean buttons.
Sitting just behind the wheel are two DPI switchers, one up one down. That’s it. No software with this rodent so no remapping I’m afraid, but it keeps it simple without a myriad of buttons you probably won’t use.
The underside is dominated by the centralised optical sensor. Due to the squat shape of the Xornet there’s only a couple of teflon feet, but they cover enough of the base to be effective.