The Mizar has seven buttons,
all of which can be programmed using a confusing mess of a PC software app, but more on that later. There are the usual right and left click buttons, middle click, DPI up and down buttons, and on the left side, there are two back and front buttons. While the build quality is great overall, the buttons aren't as impressive and they feel a bit jinxy. Though the button switches are long-life Omrons, the right and left click require more pressure to press down than usual, and the same goes for the two side buttons. After using the Rival's quiet click buttons, the Mizar is a bit loud in comparison.
The ergonomics are meant for a right-handed palm grip gamer,
but unlike both the DeathAdder and the Rival, the smaller size and the design of the Mizar can also be comfortably used by claw grip gamers. The button placement is perfect, and can be reached easily using either palm or claw. Little bumps on the DPI up and down buttons let your finger feel it out, so even though the DPI buttons are small, I never hit the wrong one by mistake.
|Movement detection technology||Laser|
|Movement resolution||8100 DPI|
|Button functions||Back, DPI switch, Up|
|Number of scroll wheels||1|
|Programmable mouse buttons||Yes|
|Colour of product||Black|
|Plug and Play||Yes|
|Built-in memory capacity||128 KB|