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Tek Republic TM Black 7 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Laser 3600 dpi Gaming Mouse

Tek Republic TM Black 7 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Laser 3600 dpi Gaming Mouse
alaScore 82

14 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of Tek Republic TM Black 7 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Laser 3600 dpi Gaming Mouse. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. People really like the usability and design. The durability and price are also appreciated.

price, durability, design, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Tek Republic TM Black 7 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Laser 3600 dpi Gaming Mouse is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Broke after 2 months of minimal use


Design made this mouse seem like a high quality product

Broke with 2 months of very minimal use. Mouse movement is very unresponsive. Buttons are about the only thing that still works lol

Aug, 2013

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This thing is great and cheap.


For this price you will NOT find a better mouse. If you're on a budget and need a nice 7 button gaming mouse then buy this one if you can find one.

Price, feel, quality, weight adjustable, DPI on-the-fly adjustable

Cord be a tad longer...maybe round it off to 7ft instead of the 6.6ft it is now. The buttons are slightly too far forward for me

Apr, 2013

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My problems may be caused by the sensitive laser not liking a mouse pad but I'm not sure. I'm thinking of switching back to an LED mouse.

Cheap $18. Looks good. Good build quality and materials. Fancy box

Intermittent tracking problem. Will get jittery sometimes during slow precision movements like when I'm trying to aim in game or trace along an outline. It will sometimes stutter and not go in the direction I'm pushing but stray off or act like it's...

Dec, 2012

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Great buy


Overall happy with the purchase, replaced my sentinel zero G which broke after a few months even though it was babied

15 ; Spilled soda on it and it still works good as new, didn't even stick after a week of moderate use ; Can change the little dots color ; fits my hand nicely

Wish it looked cooler but what can you expect from such an inexpensive mouse

Nov, 2012

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Somewhat satisified


I was in the market for a new mouse and decided to give this a shot as it was on sale here under half of retail. It definitely is precise and fairly well built. Not a ton of buttons but 7 is enough for me. The main mouse buttons do have a loose feel,...

Fairly well built ; Many features of $50+ mice (high adjustable DPI, weights) ; Price

Left and Right button have a loose feel ; Short warranty

Nov, 2012

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Great mouse!


Nice feel and weight. I got it on sale for 15 bucks and couldn't ask for more

None so far

Nov, 2012

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acceptable low budget mouse


For the $15 with free shipping that I got this mouse for, I would rate it at least 3 eggs, probably 4. But for the retail price, $40, I just can't justify such a high rating for it. It has too many features that are just a little too awkward to compete...

The mouse feels very well built and sturdy unlike many mice I have used in the past at this price point (I got it for $15 with free shipping) ; The grip on the left side of the mouse (for your right thumb) is a nice touch, though I'm not sure how much...

This is a big one for me -- my MacBook Pro identifies it as a keyboard and, obviously, cannot figure out how to configure this "keyboard". I would say that it was a fault of my MacBook, but every other mouse I own is identified as a mouse when I plug...

Nov, 2012

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How the on-the-fly DPI changer works on this one: You toggle thru a transparent LED-lit button below the scroll wheel, that changes color or flashes to indicate the various settings.

Nice weight and feel. Problem-free install. Great price and value

None yet (1 week)

Oct, 2012

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Amazing Budget Mouse


Get this if you are on a budget. You will not regret it. Any other bad reviews you see is just because of errors in shipment. Such as mishandling the products. These are just facts of life. Newegg has a great return policy anyways.

It is a beautiful ergonomic mouse. It has a very comfortable fit that makes it feel like an extension of yourself ; The customization on this thing is ridiculous. You can adjust the DPI settings with a button that is not accidentally pressed. It is...

The only con, which is not even a con but mostly a preference of mine is that it does not have a braided cable. Other than that it is a beautiful mouse

Oct, 2012

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Sweet mouse, Awesome Price!


I Highly recommend this mouse for its specs at the low price. I bought it because my wireless mouse was lagging when playing games. This mouse is USB (wired) so it will not lag across the screen. It also has quickly and extremely customizable DPI...

The treble click button is kind of pain, wish it was just a normal, mappable button

Oct, 2012