The mouse itself is quite a nice looking piece of kit, but it’s quite unusual. It’s a sleek, black device with some very smooth curves down each side but because it’s quite wide it does look like quite an odd shape.
The entire mouse surface is a nice soft rubber which makes it very comfortable and gives it a subdued, matt black look.
At the rear is a white “Q” Qpad logo.
The side’s are made of the same soft rubber material as the main body with a couple of thumb buttons sitting just above the side grip. Bridging the gap between the main body and left hand side there are two clear slots for LED lighting that denotes if you’re in the low, or high DPI setting.
The right hand side has a couple of small finger grooves to make it easier to hold the mouse while remaining comfortable.
At the front end you have your usual left, right and scroll wheel buttons. Sitting behind these are two DPI up/down buttons for switching between DPI High and Low modes.
The underside has a centralised sensor with some teflon pads sitting around the edge.
The USB cable does end in a gold leafed connector, which doesn’t do much beyond increase durability, but some may find it fancy looking enough to be worth the extra cost.