Characteristics and technical specifications of the Trust MORFIX mouse
|Speed / Acceleration||10,000 DPI|
|Survey rate||1000 Hz|
|Cable||Yes, 1.8 meters|
|Dimensions||126 mm long
72 mm wide
42 mm viola mm
Trust has launched a mouse perfectly suited for all types of games. For this, the manufacturer has chosen to include a system of interchangeable side parts that will allow us, or have three buttons at your fingertips, for FPS games, or a total of 9 customizable buttons for MOBA or MMO games. It also has two suitable panels so that we can choose the one that best suits our type of grip.
Regarding the sensor, Trust has mounted an advanced optical sensor Pixart PMW3325 capable of achieving 200 DPI at 10,000 DPI, with an adjustable polling rate of 125 Hz up to 1000 Hz. It has a customizable RGB lighting system on the base, palm and mouse wheel.
MORFIX has a total of 14 fully customizable buttons, in addition to having a button that will allow us to quickly change the DPI of the mouse. All the customization of the mouse (DPI, buttons, macros, etc.) is done via software, which can store these configurations in the internal memory of the mouse.
The dimensions of this mouse are 126mm long, 72mm wide and 42mm high. The weight of the mouse is 110 grams, although depending on the carcasses it can reach 167 grams. The connection cable is USB 2.0 and measures 1.8 meters.
External analysis of the MORFIX Trust
This mouse is delivered in a cardboard box with dark colors typical of the company’s other products. On the front of it we can find an image of the mouse in question, which highlights, above all, its 9-button side panel. We can also see the light effects and its main features. In the back we will see the specifications in more detail.
Inside the box we will find a cardboard holder in which the mouse is located. This one comes in a plastic bag which protects it from dust and possible scratches during transport. The interchangeable sides will also be found in another bag.
The mouse in question is right-handed, although it has a symmetrical design.
On the front we find the typical click buttons, the wheel and two buttons that allow us to adjust the DPI on the fly. On the palm we will find the GXT logo, which will light up when connected to the PC.
The left side can have either three buttons, perfect for FPS, or the 9 buttons for RPG, MOBA or MMO. The right side can be customized between a flatter side or a more ergonomic side, whichever is more comfortable for us.
Both sides are placed by means of a magnet, so we can change them very easily at any time and without tools. The magnet also ensures that it will not move while we are using it.
At the bottom of the mouse we will find the sensor and the sliding feet that will help us move it with as little friction as possible.
The USB cable of this mouse is braided, which gives it greater strength and durability. And at the end we will find the USB port in question.
We can use the mouse as soon as we connect it to the computer thanks to its parameters saved in the internal memory of this one. However, if we really want to get the most out of it, it will be necessary to install the TRUST software. With it we will be able to configure the DPI of the mouse, map buttons, configure lighting, create macros, etc.
The the TRUST software it is quite simple. And unlike what happens with other programs, this one is used to configure the mouse and send the changes to its internal memory, we don’t need to open it all the time. When it is run, we will be able to see a window like the following one.
On the left side we will find all the mouse buttons and their corresponding mappings. Thus, we can change any button for the operation we want to give it. On the right we will have the main configuration options. The first, as we can see, allows us to adjust the different DPI levels that we want to give it.
In the second option, we can configure the effect, direction and speed of the RGB lighting of this mouse.
In the mouse settings we will find three interesting options. You can configure the mouse sensitivity, the scroll speed and the double click recognition speed.
And fourth, we can also configure the poll rate to give it the poll rate we want.
Finally, indicate that this mouse has a macro creation system, which can help us achieve victory. It is important to emphasize this, above all, because with the 9 side buttons we can get a lot out of this function.
After seeing all the configuration options the mouse gives us, the next thing we’ll do is test its sensor to see how it performs in general. For this, as always, we will use two programs. The first is Enotus Mouse Tester. This software allows us to measure different aspects of the mouse with great precision. This way we can check the actual resolution of the sensor it is using and its accuracy.
Despite the use of a simple sensor, nothing fancy, we can see that the values obtained by this program are more than good. The polling rate is close to the promised 1000Hz, and while the accuracy is a bit low, it makes up for it with its resolution and smoothness.
Right after knowing these values, we will go deeper into the accuracy of the sensor using the program Mouse tester. Thanks to this software we will be able to read the values of the mouse while carrying out various user and pattern tests. So we can really know what performance and precision this mouse gives us.
The first test we will do at the minimum DPI, ie 200. As we can see, the mouse maintains a very uniform speed over time, which we really appreciate.
We’ll also be testing using a standard value, the one most of us use, which is 2200 DPI. Likewise, the speed values are very uniform, not leaving the model.
And finally, we will measure the quality of the sensor at 10,000 DPI. Even at full speed, the behavior of the mouse is exceptional.
It is clear that while TRUST did not choose one of the more premium sensors, it is a quality sensor. And this is important considering that it is a mouse to play with.
Conclusion of this MORFIX Trust
Whether you’ve already missed buttons on your mouse or have some left over, the Trust Morfix it will adapt to all kinds of situations. Trust didn’t want to focus on just one type of player (be it MOBA, MMO, or FPS), but wanted to create a mouse to dominate them all. And, in addition, in a very competitive price range.
Its 10,000 DPI sensor will allow us to move around the screen at high speed, a sensor that, as we have shown, also has excellent accuracy and reliability. The symmetrical design of the mouse makes it very comfortable to use even when we spend a lot of time playing in front of the PC. And the interchangeable side is very comfortable, since we can adapt the mouse to what we are going to do as the game loads.
Trust’s software might be one of the more limited aspects we can find. It doesn’t have such a clean and intuitive interface as other similar programs, nor does it give us so many options, especially when configuring its RGB lighting, which is probably where the Trust Morfix configuration software goes. most. In addition, although we have internal memory in the mouse, this allows us to save only one profile, so to change profiles we will have to resort to this software. DPI, however, can be adjusted on the fly. The interchangeable right side the truth is that it surprised us in ergonomics, since it adapts perfectly to the ring finger.
For all this, we have decided to give the ratón Trust Morfix our gold award, especially highlighting its excellent quality / price ratio.