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Redragon Mirage Gaming Mouse: http://geni.us/l4UK
The Wireless Gaming Mouse known as the Redragon Mirage also known as the Redragon M690 is a decent enough wireless mouse with enough weight that it makes up for not having added weights. You get three thumb buttons, a comfortable thumb rest and grill on the sides to help with airflow to your hand. The wireless mouse has 4800 DPI support but functions perfectly well for most gaming purposes, it has a solid red light on the logo and top and you can switch it to ECO mode to disable light but it can’t change color.
Once in the past 2 months the Redragon M690 did disconnect from receiver and I had to manually re-sync it, these are the instructions to reconnect the Redragon Mirage to the receiver if this happens to you.
Unplug and re-plug in the USB Receiver
Press the Scroll Wheel button and Right Mouse Button down for 3 seconds
Light should flash on and then it will be calibrated.
If logo turns off on the Redragon M690 while it is in ON mode it means the mouse needs to be calibrated with the above steps.
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