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IGN: G.Skill RipJaws MX780 Gaming Mouse Review

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Computer memory maker G.Skill has expanded into the peripheral business with gaming keyboards and headsets, and with its first gaming mouse, the RipJaws MX780 Please login or register to see this link. , the company is making a bold initial entry. The mouse sports some audacious features such as interchangeable panels, programmable buttons, and customizable lighting yet it's priced to move and only costs about $40 online.

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The first thing I noticed about the MX780 is that it has an aggressive look that resembles an Autobot on the cusp of transforming, and as I got to use it I discovered it can transform, in many ways. It features an ambidextrous design but not by just being symmetrical like most mice. Instead, it includes two sets of left-and-right side grips that are removable, so you can configure it for either hand. Since it’s unlikely you will be swapping out the side grips with great frequency, I was initially worried that G.Skill made them too easy to swap since they snap on with magnets, but my fears were quickly assuaged. In testing the side grips remained securely in place, though the thumb rest did wobble a bit with some pressure. The side grips don't change how wide the mouse is but rather offer either a narrow or wide bottom portion to suit your preference.

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