Qpad 5K Gaming Mouse

Mice, Peripherals

Conclusion

I know it’s very sensitive, accurate and indeed pretty comfortable, but it just doesn’t have enough features to warrant this price tag. Where’s the tracking control unit? The interchangable weights? The customisable lights? Multiple profiles or several DPI options?

Don’t get me wrong this is a good mouse, but if you’re going to spend £60, I’d spend £70 and get the Roccat Kone + instead.

ProsCons
Excellent DPIA bit too light, no interchangable weights.
Very accurateOnly two DPI profiles
ComfortableExpensive for what it is

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Thanks go to Qpad for providing us with this mouse.

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