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Func MS-3 Revision 2 Gaming Mouse Review

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Posted March 25, 2014 by Jake in Peripherals

Overview

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Price at time of Review: $60 (mouse), $35 (pad)
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

MOUSE - Sleek design and finish; Wonderful ergonomics; Customizable lighting; Clean and effective software; Plenty of programmable buttons; Excellent price. PAD - Double sided; No slippage; Cable holder; Excellent tracking
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

MOUSE - Stiff cable. PAD - None
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Powerhouse mouse and pad combo with impressive features, a clean and robust software interface, a quality finish, sleek lighting effects, and excellent value for your money.
by Jake
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Introduction

We’ve recently seen a couple new gaming peripherals from Func, a company that has recently relaunched their entire product lineup. The KB-460 mechanical keyboard proved impressive, and the HS-260 headset was similarly well received by us. And now Func is completing the peripheral trifecta with the MS-3 Revision 2 gaming mouse, an updated version of their flagship rodent.

When we heard rumblings of a newer version of the original MS-3, set to promise gamers a more advanced laser engine, higher DPI, and better quality internals, we had to study more closely for ourselves. Func now has the MS-3 Revision 2, a refresh of a winning formula that captures the same outstanding ergonomics while bringing new guts to a smartly designed body.

With a significant price drop down to $60, this puts the MS-3 Revision 2 right in the midst of a highly competitive mouse market dominated by several very popular products, backed by industry stalwarts that have ruled the roost for quite some time. That may change, however, as the MS-3 Revision 2 looks to battle the competition with bold claims of better features and advanced ergonomics.

And as an added bonus, today we’ll also be examining the Func Surface 1030² L, a double-sided gaming mousepad that comes with a few interesting features. It’s also an updated version of a Func original design.

Can the MS-3 Revision 2 and Surface 1030² L improve upon the predecessors without losing its original appeal? Let’s find out.

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