Redragon M908 IMPACT RGB LED MMO Mouse Vs Redragon M913 Impact Elite Wireless Gaming Mouse

By Luke Thomas

 

As a fan of MMO games, I am always looking for that next edge and the Redragon M908 and M913 really took my fancy. They offer a huge amount of programmable buttons, lightning quick sensors. It can be difficult to choose between the two!

 

M908 IMPACT MMO Gaming Mouse

Whats in the box?

The mouse game in a transparent Smokey grey clip box. This doubles as a carry and protective case for the mouse too, which is a nice added bonus.
  • Redragon M908 Gaming Mouse
  • User Manual

redragon m908

Features

Firstly, the DPI can be adjusted freely by 100 from 100 to 12400. This allows for a huge scope of settings for any player and is a big hit with me. There are 18 programmable buttons, these are using special switches for a snappier response when pressed.

Using the software, you can assign customized action to these 18 buttons to achieve combo keys. A big plus is that click times and delay times can be set. I tested this and was able to set up a record of 59 actions.
For the RGB fans out there, there are 7 Chroma Lighting Effects: Breathing, Rainbow, Full lighted, Wave, Go without Trace, Reactive, Flash. This is all achieved with the Redragon Chroma Lighting using 16.8 million customizable colour options.

There is a braided cable included, which means I won’t have to worry about fraying mouse cables. It’s incredible durable and puts up with a good amount of use. The overall size of the mouse is perfect for my larger hand.
Find the mouse too heavy? No problem the weighs and easy to remove and distribute if needed. You just unscrew and click out of the mouse.

redragon m908 mouse

 Specifications:

  • Customize DPI Switch mode 1: 500/1000/2000/3000/6200 adjusted via the buttons of the mouse

  • Customize DPI Switch mode 2: DPI can be adjusted freely by 100 from 100 to 12400 via programming software

  • Polling Rate: Up to 1000 Hz; switchable: 125HZ/250HZ/500HZ/1000HZ (Default 500HZ)

  • Buttons: 18 (18 out of 19) are customizable

  • Tracking System: Laser

  • Interface: USB 2.0 full speed. 3.0

  • Size: 4.81 x 3.62 x 1.65 inches

  • USB Length: 1.8M braided-fiber cable

M913 Impact Elite Wireless Gaming Mouse

Whats in the box?

This comes in a smokey grey clip case. I found it perfect for carrying it to LAN parties, or if I go to a coffee shop.
  • Redragon Impact Elite Gaming Mouse
  • User Manual

redragon m913 mmo mouse

Features

Why do I love this mouse? Its wired and wireless! I can use the 2.4Ghz adapter to wirelessly control my mouse. Or I can use the USB-C port to plug it in directly. Drivers etc all installed as soon as the mouse and adapter were plugged in.

I can flip between five different DPI levels (1000/2000/4000/8000/16000). This is all controlled with the touch of a button. The DPI levels are well spaced and you can feel the difference between each one.

Software downloaded from the site can be used to program the 12 additional side buttons. Allow for some killer key combos. The improved Optical Pixart 3335 gaming sensor, registers each click/swipe instantaneously within 1ms.

Low-consumption advanced chip combo with 1000mAh battery capacity, long-hours of use is guaranteed with the most possibility. Eco mode with backlit off levels up the durability up to 80 hours.

For the RGB fans out there, there are 7 Chroma Lighting Effects: Breathing, Rainbow, Full lighted, Wave, Go without Trace, Reactive, Flash. This is all achieved with the Redragon Chroma Lighting using 16.8 million customizable colour options.

redragon m913 gaming mouse

 

Specifications:

  • ACC - 40G

  • Item Weight - 400g

  • DPI - 100-16,000

  • Sensor - Optical Pixart 3335

  • Programmable Buttons – 16

  • Hardware Platform - PC/Mac/Linux/Unix

  • Batteries - 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Overall, the Redragon M913 Impact Elite Wireless Gaming Mouse is the one for me. Though there are less programmable buttons, the wireless function is a must have!


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