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It has always been slightly disappointing that esreality mousescore was never duplicated or expanded. Maybe not from the perspective that gamers need mice benchmarked in this manner but more because online marketers are always prattling about “good content”. Outside of mousescore mouse reviews and specifically gaming mouse reviews are generally lack lusture. Mousescore 2007 is a standing example of good content that has never been supplanted and is linked to today even though it is generally out of date. Screw good content, it is excellent content. Hats off to Sujoy but it is past time the document was updated It is surprising that none of the big name sites created a setup in order to continue the legacy. When envisioning this site the idea was to update and build out what was offered in esr mousescore, mainly because there are more factors than simply perfect control and malfunction speed. Shape and size is also extremely important and difficult to judge when mice are photographed by different people under different conditions. While there may be niggling issues they have progressed a long way from some of the esreality mousescore 2007 models with 50cm malfunction speed. Still an updated esr mousescore was a good place to start, so here we are.
The goal was to provide data as well as comparison images and dimensions to assist in finding a mouse that performs well and is also comfortable and hopefully providing images like this will let shoppers compare their existing mouse with possible purchases side by side.
While some details like life off distance, hardware acceleration test and angle snapping drawings are available elsewhere, nowhere are they condensed for easy viewing and more importantly measured/performed in the same way, allowing comparisons between mice.