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G.SKILL Ripjaws MX780 Gaming Mouse Review

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G. SKILL Ripjaws MX780 Overview

Delivered in a “presentation box”, the MX780 certainly shows well.

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The mouse has the “exploded industrial design” aesthetic that’s become popular of late. Although it appears to have a metal frame, the silver parts are actually plastic. The parts of the mouse your hand touches– the main buttons, palm rest, and side grips– are coated in a fingerprint-resistant rubberized material. Note the two thumb buttons under the edge of the left mouse button.

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The right side of the mouse is identical to the left side, including the two buttons under the right mouse button. The textured side grips is slightly different, but…

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…the side grips are attached magnetically and you can easily swap the right-hand-oriented grips for left-hand versions in just a few seconds.

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The bottom of the mouse actually is metal (apparently brushed aluminum) and showcases the laser sensor and a hex screw for adjusting the height of the palm rest.

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The included accessories comprise replacement left and right grips, two 4.5g weights, and an adjusting tool for the palm rest height.

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The braided, 1.8M USB cable appears to have the requisite gold-plated USB cable, but G. SKILL doesn’t call this out in their specifications, so maybe it’s not.

gskill_ripjaws_780_usbLet’s check out the utility software for the Ripjaws MX780 in the next section.


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