Redragon M908 IMPACT MMO Gaming Mouse Review

The Redragon M908 laser gaming mouse is designed with up to 12400 DPI, 5 adjustable DPI levels (500/1000/2000/3000/6200 DPI) meet your multiple needs, either for daily work or gaming. DPI can be adjusted freely by ±100 from 100 to 12400 via software. 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration and high-precision Pixart PMW3327 Sensor giving you a greater edge over your competition.

redragon m908 gaming mouse



The Redragon M908 IMPACT MMO Gaming Mouse has 18 programmable buttons which mean each user can have their unique setup. Functions and macros can be assigned to each button and are stored on the mouse’s memory. This means no matter which PC you plug it into, it will remember the settings.



redragon m908 gaming mouse review



The big selling point is the sensor. The sensor is a high-quality PAW3327. This is the same sensor used in the CORSAIR’S M55 and the HyperX Pulsefire Core. I can choose from 200 to 10200 DPI. You can save up to 5 different sensitivity settings, so you can choose them on the fly.


There are 16.8 million RGB LED colour options (LED Backlight can be disabled). Also, it comes with an 8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g x8). These weights allow you to customise the weight of the mouse on the fly.


I am in love with its aggressive design. The shape is perfect for long gaming sessions. There are durable smooth TEFLON feet pads for ultimate gaming control. The 6ft braided-fibre cable with gold-plated USB connector ensures greater durability. 


Furthermore, the included software allows me to customize the colours on the mouse easily. You can also use the modular design to switch the buttons and grip for a more comfortable gaming session.


Overall, the Redragon M908 IMPACT MMO Gaming Mouse is a great gaming companion. Finally, please check out our gaming reviews.


Author: Luke Thomas


  • this mouse is terrible the software doesnt even work and wont let you remap the keybinds. This must have been a joke. How do you make such a useless mouse and upload software for it that doesnt even work. Do you guys even test this shit out??

  • The software does not allow you to change the profile according to the open application?

    You have to do it manually each time you change applications?

    Is this a joke or did I miss something?

  • I have this mouse and your software wont let me reprogram any of the keys


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