Conclusion and Summary:
I have to start by telling you my experience with the Gigabyte Krypton Gaming mouse and pad was one of surprise; the grip on the mouse is very comfortable and it made my gaming and work experience a pleasure. The two chassis’ are a blessing. It took a little doing, but after fine-tuning my settings, my gaming experience on the ceramic skates was a phenomenal one.
Flipping my pad over to the felt side while sniping also worked out for me, giving me better control. It made my shots a lot more accurate than on the hard coated side, which was a bit too fast for me at times. Then again, while on the ground fighting, the hard coated side gave me somewhat of an advantage over others with my speed of attack (how quickly I was able to track and re-aim at moving targets), so it was a win win for me.
But, if you’re anything like me, there is more to a mouse then just gaming. I am totally enjoying this mouse and pad combination in my work as well. It’s making my productivity experience in Adobe a pleasure with all the functions it offers. The comfort, dexterity, precision, and balance it provides are second to none.
If you’re a hardcore gamer or a workaholic, this combination of mouse and pad along with the Ghost software package, is a force to be reckoned with. It is now my everyday choice. The Krypton gaming mouse and pad gives the user the best of both worlds, bringing you speed and control, on both platforms. The ability to hold multiple profiles is another bonus for people on the go. With a price of $69.99 for the Dual platform Gigabyte Aivia Krypton mouse, coupled with the Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Mouse Pad at $37.99 (and downloadable Aivia Ghost software) this is a hard combination to beat. Add-in the two year warranty and it’s not a deal you want to pass up. It easily merits our Pure Overclock’s Editor’s choice award.