Gigabyte Aivia Uranium mouse
WHAT WE LIKED:Long Battery Life, USB/Wireless connectivity, 6500dpi, OLED screen, 10 programmable buttons
WHAT WE DISLIKED:Macro Station does not display game statistics, software must be downloaded
To wrap things up, the Gigabyte Aivia Uranium is aesthetically appealing to the eye. With the chrome buttons and its solid housing we were pleased with its overall quality. The black finish on the aerodynamic shape really made it feel great with the macro buttons and side. From a software stand point Gigabyte did a great job: the software was not hard to understand and the basic features were easy. As we breezed through the control panels we were up and running within minutes. The DPI “on the fly” settings are great if you are a gamer that doesn’t need all the fancy buttons, but you still want to be able to adjust your speeds. The Gigabyte Aivia Uranium was designed to compete with the other MMO mice in its class. Also, the adjustable DPI of up to 6500 dpi really made movement easy. As far as it goes with the Macro Station, I was expecting it to change to display gaming statistics such as health or ammo count but all it displays is the battery level, current profile active, the DPI and report rate. Although this is just a software issue, I would like to see this change in the upcoming program to add this feature.