The Ghost M1 Belle edition is a super lightweight mouse that weighs in just under 65 grams. With less weight, you can move your mouse quicker and more accurately to ensure precision perfect performance.
Programable RGB Lights
Ergonomic Hexagon Design
One-Tap Sensitivity Adjustment
Built with the Pixart 3389 Sensor
Compatible with Mac & Windows
Backlight:16.8 Million RGB
Polling Rate: Upto 1000 Hz
Chipset: PMW 3389
MCU: BY 8948
Length of Cable:1.8M
Max DPI: 10000 DPI
I was given the keyboard as a gift and I loved it so I thought I should get the myself the matching mouse and I love it as well, and I talked about how nice my ghost keyboard and mouse so much the wife got herself a set too lol
Its super lightweight which I love and the RGB is very cool!
I haven't got this mouse yet but i think the mouse is well deigned from a looks and ascetic standpoint planning on getting it in the future
Love it, super cute, the fabric over the wire is great, the sensitivity is perfect, the RGB is awesome, I love this!
Great mouse, light, responsive, precise sensor, fits well with my pc theme. Only problem is that my mouse wheel is already sounding squeaky despite being very clean with my items and products.
Super cute, perfect shade of pink, very lightweight
It is amazing
This is seriously the best mouse I've ever had. I used to have a Razer DeathAdder, but this is like wayyy better. I love how crazy lightweight it is, and how satisfyingly clicky the buttons and mouse wheel are. Plus it's a lot smaller than my old mouse, which suits my hands way more.
The honeycomb design for keeping it lightweight is really great looking, and I love the full pink colour with the cute paw design. Also this is my favourite way a mouse has ever done RGB, it looks so awesome along the bottom. The little lit kiss mark inside the mouse is a fun addition that lights up the guts inside, which looks cool.
One thing that could be better is when you run the software needed to adjust the mouse settings, there's a colour option for each DPI setting you can click through. It seems like there's a finite number of colours it recognizes, which makes it stupid hard to find a colour it'll recognize in the RGB palette that pops up. Why not just list the only colours it can display as a limited palette? It's a super small thing though and isn't about the mouse itself, so I don't think it's worth a star demerit.