Today we’ll be looking at the TT ESPORTS Theron – the company’s high to mid-range gaming mouse, designed with input from Taiwanese StarCraft II pro-gamer Softball. Softball hasn’t impressed in international competition thus far, but we’ll see if his mouse is more worthy of praise.
- 100 – 5600 DPI Adjustable: Fully Functional on Most Surfaces.
- 40 Fully Customizable Macro Keys for RTS/FPS Game Genres.
- Superb Customizable Graphical UI for Macro Keys, Advanced Performance, and Lighting-Effect Options.
- 7 Colors of Pause-Break Lighting Effect on the Dragon logo
- Polling rate switch button (125/500/1000 Hz cycle), and Function-Lock Button provided to disable side button functions.
- 123.65 X 73.8 X 40.2 (mm)
- On-Board 128kb Memory Storage for 40 Macro Keys within 5 Game Profiles.n-Board 128kb Memory Storage for 40 Macro Keys within 5 Game Profiles.
- Weight-In Design for Perfect Handling Mouse Movement x 4.5g, up to 22.5g max
TT eSports are generally quite ebullient in their box design, and the Theron’s box is no different. On the front, we’ve got a nice shot of the mouse not looking at the explosion behind it, as well as a suggestion that the mouse be used for RTS games and a few features – a function lock button, a battle mode, on-board memory and 7 colour LEDs.
On the back we have Softball’s backstory. While the player has been successful in Taiwanese leagues, he hasn’t really made a splash in Korea or western leagues. We also have the usual spread of statistics and other information in the requisite 15 languages.
Let’s see what’s inside the box now, besides the mouse itself. First up, we’ve got a wave of various bits of paper – the warranty, a multi-language installation guide, a driver CD and two stickers of the TT eSports dragon logo.
We also have the same soft mouse carrying bag that I reviewed and then promptly never used on the Saphira. That’s about it for accessories.