Bloody AL90 Laser Gaming Mouse Review
By Joe Gulczinski
Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this review has been provided by A4TECH’s Bloody Division.
A4TECH’s Bloody Division unleashed upon the world last year a serious game changer called Light Strike technology, which replaces mechanical metal contacts with optical switches using infrared light. Today we examine the most recent iteration of the Bloody mice series, the AL90 Blazing Laser Gaming Mouse, combining a popular eight button layout possessing the Light Strike technology with an incredibly sensitive laser sensor. This is only one of 21 mice in the lineup.
Why Light Strike technology? There are several advantages that a light switch has over a mechanical switch including: dust and water proof, no metals exposed to oxidize, zero noise, and no accidental double clicking. The most prominent feature is the 0.2ms actuation key response. This equates to a zero chance possibility of lag (a 30ms faster response time versus a mechanical switch).
- Gaming laser sensor engine with an 8200 CPI maximum resolution (suitable for 4K).
- Infrared micro switch technology for all switches including the wheel.
- Metal X Glide armor boots for mouse pads.
- Unique weight system for fine tuning.
- Advanced macro programming available.
|Laser Sensor||AVAGO A9800|
|Connector / Cable||USB / 1.8 M|
|Size||222 x 161 x 67 mm|
|System Requirements||Windows (all versions)|