Bought a mechanical keyboard recently (god damn. Mech keyboards with Cherry Blue switches are the bomb, but that’s another story), and decided to get a mouse to replace the Microsoft keyboard and mouse combo I’ve been using. (I’m selling the combo cheaply on Carousell.)
As I’m no longer a gamer, I decided to just get a simple, no-frills mouse that looks nice together with the blue lighting of my keyboard. That’s when I stumbled upon this mouse at Challenger. For S$15 (for Challenge members), it’s a steal – and there were 3 designs to choose from.
Read on for my impressions of the X-Craft Trek 1000. (I believe that this review should apply to the 2000 and 5000 as well apart from the outer design)