Fashion is the ultra-light in the middle of the mouse. If this obviously doesn’t represent 100% of the new things, it remains a constant that we can notice from year to year. The manufacturer Mad Catz also plunges into this gap with the MOJO M1.
From the box and without reading the description, we understand where Mad Catz is going with his MOJO 1. The carcass of this is completely perforated in the lower part in order to remove the maximum mass and thus to keep the weight as low as possible. Result: 70g on the scales, the bet is already successful. The goal is also twofold as the mouse is positioned as one of the cheapest devices on the market in its category. In any case, much less than the excellent Orochi V2 from Razer, which costs 80 dollars against 50 dollars in favor of Mad Catz.
Apart from the manufacturer’s logo on the upper part (the 4 claws), this model gives up the characteristic shaped fawn Transformer (for an obvious weight reason) the other models to adopt a more classic design. In fact, its general design lends itself better to a claw grip. It’s a detail that still matters because it’s so small MOJO You will find it difficult to adapt any other course of action if you have a little big hands. After all, it is reserved exclusively for right-handers as it has no symmetry whatsoever. You are hereby warned.
Small but nice engine
The Mad Catz MOJO M1 is equipped with a PMW3360 sensor, which is not new, but no longer has to prove anything. This goes up to 12,000 dpi at a speed of 400 fps and enables an acceleration of 40 G.
To top it off, it’s equipped with Dakota mechanical switches with a response time of 0.2ms and a promise of 60 million clicks. She is doing very well in the game and is very responsive. We were able to test its limits at our trusted Hunt Showdown with no complaints.
But again, it depends on what you are really looking for. If you have big hands, we recommend making your way into your main mouse. On the other hand, if you want to use a travel mouse for troubleshooting while on vacation or even LAN’s with friends (yes, it still exists) then this might be the one for you.
If it seems less qualitative in terms of design compared to the competition (like the very beautiful Orochi V2), it has nothing to envy in terms of performance. Especially since it is even displayed 30 dollars less.
SMALL AND GOOD
The Madcatz MY1 is an excellent mouse in its category, namely the ultra-light one. Outstanding precision and speed of execution in a design that clearly shows the difference. For 50 dollars this is a very good choice, only if you are right-handed and don’t have too big hands. This is really a separate category of equipment and you will need to take the time to get used to it.
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