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AGM600 mouse review

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If you are looking for a gaming mouse that offers high performance, comfort, and customization without breaking the bank, you might want to check out the AOC AGON AGM600. This mouse is designed for right-handed gamers who prefer a palm or claw grip style, and it features 10 programmable buttons, a PixArt PMW3389 optical sensor, and subtle RGB lighting.

The AGM600 has a sleek and ergonomic shape that fits well in the hand, and it weighs 115 grams, which is not too heavy or too light for most users. The mouse has a braided cable that is 1.8 meters long and connects via USB 2.0. The cable is durable but a bit thick and prone to kinking, so you might want to use a bungee or a mouse pad with a cable holder.

The mouse has a total of 10 buttons, including the left and right click, the scroll wheel, two side buttons, two DPI buttons, and three extra buttons on the top. All of them are responsive and have a satisfying click feel, thanks to the Kailh switches that have a lifespan of 80 million clicks. The buttons are also fully customizable via the AOC G-Menu software, which allows you to assign different functions, macros, or shortcuts to each button.

The AGM600 also has RGB lighting on the scroll wheel and the logo, which can be adjusted via the software as well. You can choose from 16.8 million colours and various effects, such as breathing, wave, or static. The lighting is not very flashy or intrusive, but it adds some flair to the mouse.

The main selling point of the AGM600 is its sensor, which is the PixArt PMW3389 optical sensor that can deliver up to 16,000 DPI, 400 IPS, and 50G acceleration. This sensor is one of the best on the market and it provides accurate and smooth tracking on any surface. You can also adjust the DPI settings via the software or the DPI buttons on the mouse, and switch between two onboard profiles that store your preferences.

The AGM600 is compatible with Windows operating systems and it comes with a two-year warranty. It is priced at £39.99 on Amazon UK, which is quite affordable for a gaming mouse with these features. The AGM600 is not perfect, as it has some minor issues with build quality and cable management, but it is still a great option for budget-conscious gamers who want a reliable and versatile mouse.

The AOC AGON AGM600 is a good gaming mouse that offers high performance, comfort, and customization without breaking the bank. It has plenty of buttons, a great sensor, and subtle RGB lighting that can be reconfigured for different gaming platforms. It also has a sleek and ergonomic shape that fits well in the hand. However, it also has some minor drawbacks such as average build quality, the thick cable that kinks easily, and lack of wireless option or detachable cable. It is also not very suitable for left-handed gamers or those who prefer a fingertip grip style. Overall, it is still a great option for budget-conscious gamers who want a reliable and versatile mouse.