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The Sumvision Plasma Electroplated LED Gaming Mouse is a very low cost way of adding something a little different to your computer set-up. Without the LED on it’s an unusual gold colour and unlike the usual black plastic rodents that normally adorn desks this little critter can omit 6 different colours (red, pink, dark blue, ..

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Sumvision Plasma LED Mouse Review

The Sumvision Plasma Electroplated LED Gaming Mouse is a very low cost way of adding something a little different to your computer set-up.

Without the LED on it’s an unusual gold colour and unlike the usual black plastic rodents that normally adorn desks this little critter can omit 6 different colours (red, pink, dark blue, yellow, green and light blue) changing the entire mouse colour.

The simple design means this is suitable for left or right handers.  There are a total of 4 switches on the mouse, left/right buttons, a scroll wheel/button and a 4th button located just behind the wheel.  There are no side buttons for things like back/forwards when web browsing.

Sumvision Plasma

The Plasma mouse works right out of the box, just plug it in and you’re up and running, but additional functionality can be unlocked via the companion software.  Downloaded from the manufacturers website this gives you a range of options, from changing the lighting colour to assigning different functions to each of the buttons.

Given the different functions might relate to different games it’s good to see you can save two profiles, so you could have a general profile for day to day use and a gaming specific profile.

The DPI can also be quickly adjusted via a click of a button.  Unlike other adjustable mice adjusting the DPI on the Plasma caused Windows 10 to throw up a notification message.

A good low cost mouse that would benefit from some additional side buttons.

Available from Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/1ZNT2LB

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Mark Draper A self confessed gadget lover who has a day job at Verastar Ltd and a hobby of writing and filming reviews that are published on YouTube and Reviewify.co.uk. You can find him on and on

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