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NZXT Avatar S Mouse Review
Author: André Gordirro
Type: Reviews Last Updated: July 5, 2011
Page: 2 of 5
Installing and Configuring the Avatar S

Despite the simple premise, the Avatar S is still a gaming-grade mouse that features configurable buttons and the creation of up to five different profiles; that is, the user can create five sets of controls for games, work applications, etc. The program is easy to use and makes it possible to change the mouse sensitivity to three fixed tiers: 400 (red LED), 800 (pink LED) and 1600 dpi (blue LED). These values are a bit low, and being fixed is kind of a problem. We understand that this is a simple model, but a little higher resolution and some freedom of choice were sorely missed.

NZXT Avatar S
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Figure 5: Configuration program

The Avatar S doesn't come with an installation CD but with a card with the NZXT URL instead for downloading the application and PDF manual. When we started testing the mouse, the link was down, but the error got corrected, and now the download happens as it should.

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