Review: E-Blue Cobra Series Wireless Gaming Mouse

Manufacturer: E-Blue
Website: E-Blue
Model: Cobra Series
Cost: $15 on Amazon

The Logitec M510 wireless mouse that has been in use with the HP DV6 gaming laptop has begun to fail, so instead of buying another general purpose mouse, I opted for a full size gaming mouse instead.  The price needed to be under $50 and it had to be a full size mouse.  Searching around I found the E-Blue model and at only $15 it was worth a shot.  Additionally, PC Gamer named it as the best low price gaming mouse.

Having used it for a couple week, playing such games at Fallout 3, Fallout 4 and Dishonored 2, it’s actually quite surprising how good this mouse really is.  It compares favorably to the SteelSeries Sensei (62150) that is attached to my desktop.

There is a switch on the bottom that allows the mouse to be turned off, turned on with LEDs and Turned on without LEDs.  As with most wireless mice now, there is a spot between the batteries to store the USB receiver.

So far this a great device, but the real test will come with use to determine reliability.






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