Genius X-G510 Gaming Mouse
|Genius X-G510 Gaming Mouse|
|Featuers and Specifications|
|Installation and Testing|
We have a looker on the workbench today; the X-G510 ambidextrous gaming mouse from Genius. Genius makes many different computer accessories such as USB hubs, card readers, mice and keyboards ranging from personal to gaming applications, video cameras, pen tablets and several other products which you can find at their website.
The first thing you notice about the X-G510 is that the packaging is quite nice with great pictures of the product on it. It’s not only good looking, it also is much protected and unwraps well. Some mice are packaged up like Fort Knox, but this mouse is easy to access and get using faster.
Upon releasing the product from its plastic bonds we find the installation disk and user’s manual. On first glance you won’t have your breath taken away. The bundle is lean as it only possesses a substantially long USB cable that comes covered with a nylon braid. As we expect with pretty much any mouse, there isn't a lot in the bundle, but I'm a fan of the braided cord. It adds a nice touch.
On the bottom of this guy, we find the laser, skid pads and a production sticker. As we go up the sides your eye can take in the shapely sides and twin buttons close to the top. Also seen on the rubber capped sides you’ll notice some nice designs that fits in well with the rest of the mouse.
At the top we see the average two buttons, click wheel and also the D.P.I. button that is directly behind the wheel. The overall design on the top is quite nice - especially when it lights up. Close to the back we come into contact with the brand name and the model of the mouse. Directly in front we see a neat shovel like shape with the cable mounted in the middle.
On the next page we'll take a look at the features and specifications of this mouse before we jump into the software and for testing.