- 1, 000Hz wireless polling rate In both wired and wireless mode ensuring no loss of performance
- Latest generation native 16, 000 DPI sensor from PixArt for optimal accuracy
- Custom adjustable scroll wheel toggle that allows for switching between 12 and 24 steps per scroll wheel Revolution, giving greater precision and control in-game
Alienware 610M Prices
|Price history for Alienware Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse AW610M: 16000 DPI Optical Sensor - 350 Hour Rechargeable Battery Life - 7 Buttons - 3-Zone Alienfx RGB Lighting|
The Alienware 610M is a wireless gaming mouse with built-in thumb rest, RGB illumination, a 16,000 DPI sensor, 2.4Ghz wireless connectivity, 40g acceleration, and 350 hours of battery life. The latter is pretty cool and, if we only talk about mice with this kind of high-performance sensor, close to the category that is most leading (depending on whether you count the wireless mice with Bluetooth support). I thought the button layout of the Alienware 610M was brilliant.
There’s a nub-like trigger situated next to the scroll wheel that enables you to easily and quickly bump the DPI up or down plus a few programmable macro keys on the left. In terms of responsiveness, I’m particularly satisfied with what the Alienware 610M has delivered. It didn’t excite me as much as something like the Razer Viper Ultimate, but playing MOBA’s like League of Legends and Overwatch 3 with this thing was still a treat.
Razer just debuted with their first 20K DPI mouse, and I can’t help but wish for a version that meets the same standards. Thumb rests are always tricky, but I’m especially happy with the symmetrical rests on the back of the Alienware 610M. They are made of a softly structured plastic with an ever decreasing amount at hand. Together, they more than adequately support my wrist during longer play sessions.
There are four lighting zones on the Alienware 610M that can be adjusted using the Alienware Command Center. This is as easy to say as it is to do, although it does mean you’ll need to install a little peripheral software on your PC – which will annoy some users more than others. There are a few details that bother me here, such as the choice of Micro USB instead of USB Type-C and leaving the Bluetooth connectivity option off the table, but for the most part, the Alienware 610M gets the things that matter about gaming mice right. Check out more in our Alienware 610M Review
- Smart design
- Solid specs
- Comfortable grip
Specification: Alienware 610M