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alaScore 93

21 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the design. There are some negative reviews about the value for money, and comments are divided on the build quality.


value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the GIGABYTE GM-KRYPTON is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 21 reviews)

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Gigabyte Aivia Uranium Wireless Gaming Mouse Review


Gigabyte's Aivia Uranium wireless gaming mouse is certainly a bit different. It might not be the ideal peripheral for all enthusiasts. However, there are those who will undoubtedly consider this feature-rich mouse to be everything that they need.

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Gigabyte Aivia Uranium Wireless Gaming Mouse and Macro Station Video Review


Today DaveChaos reviews the Gigabyte Aivia Uranium Wireless Gaming Mouse including Ghost Macro Station.

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Was great while it lasted...


This mouse was great the first 6 months I owned it. Hands down the best mouse I've ever had. However, it started to skip and stutter and slow down to a halt after the first several months and it hasn't gotten any better despite many attempts to correct...

Looks great and feels great ; Highly Customizable ; Awesome for FPS games

Not really a con, but it would be great if this mouse had the option to be wireless, and charged on an optional USB cable. Just saying ; Laser tracking stopped functioning 6 months in


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free mouse pad


I got it free when i bought the GM-M7700 mouse


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Awesome Mouse


I looked at a lot of mice in an attempt to find the perfect match for my new setup and this although pricier than I would like it blows the competition away. I feel it is sturdy and great for gaming and there are buttons everywhere on this thing that...

Precise ; Programmable ; Excellant design and cosmetics ; Quality Craftsmanship

It is corded and although I personally don't consider this a con some people may think so

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Solid little package.


I was a loyal logitech user for years (this replaced an old G5 mouse that lasted me about 5 years). I can say that I can notice any real difference in performance, but I do 'feel' that the quality of the Gigabye mouse is better. Great fit and finish,...

Nice weight ; Plenty o' buttons ; Adjustible sensitivity ; Looks great ; Customizable macros

I wish it could be adjusted between the first and second setting... but that is only my preference ; Cost a little high

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Excellent electronics, mediocre software, poor construction


I can forgive the average software, because the mouse does it's job well. However, the rubber grips just peeling off right out of the box is just plain junk. The mouse is too slippery to even handle with the grips off.

The electronics work, top notch, no stuttering mouse on my X-Track Pads FAT MAT (cloth on rubber) mouse pad. Switches boast a 10-million click life. The rubber grips feel nice (if only they stayed attached). The software does most of the basic required...

Rubber siding falling off RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX. 0-click rating on rubber sidings. You shell out this much money for a mouse, you figure they'd make it durable enough to last 3-5 years, not fall apart before it even reaches the consumer. The rubber...

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Gigabyte Aivia Krypton gaming mouse


Motherboard vendor, Gigabyte, has released a surprisingly good gaming mouse in the Aivia Krypton

Dual chassis and double sided mousepad provides variety ; Accurate and highly customisable mouse experience

Mouse lacks professional construction and feel that competing high range products have ; The mousepad is slightly large and demands desktop real estate

The Aivia Krypton mouse is a solid effort from Gigabyte that should appeal to casual to core gamers. We like its customisation, both physically and through software, but we think its overall feel could be a little better.

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To say that I have enjoyed my time with the Gigabyte Aivia Uranium is somewhat of an understatement, for me it’s one of the stand-out products of the last 12 months. It’s certainly one of the products that I would love to have on my gaming desk, that’s...

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GIGABYTE Aivia Uranium Review


The latest member of the Aivia peripheral range brings an innovative take to addressing the more pressing issues of wireless mouse design.

Five Profiles ; Onboard memory ; 10 programmable buttons ; Very good battery life ; Sharp OLED display ; Usable whilst charging

To say that our experience with the Uranium was mixed would be an understatement.


Product Specifications


Apple Lightning Connector: No
Built-in Storage Capability:No / Yes
Charging Unit Included:No / USB Charging Unit
Force / Vibrate Feedback: No
Read / Write Functionality: No
Scrolling Function: Yes
Scrolling Type:2-ways / 4-ways
Scrolling Wheel: Yes
USB Hub: No

General Features

Battery-free Mouse: No
Gaming Product: Yes
Graphic Tablet with Mouse:Not Applicable
Graphic Tablet with Pen:Not Applicable
Input Registration:Optical Laser
Notebook Mouse: No
Platform:PC / Mac
Type:PC Mouse
Type of Connection:Cable / Radio Transfer