If you are familiar with the Logitech G Pro Wireless or G-Wolves Hati M, you'll have a decent idea of this mouse, but it's not down sized like you would expect. It's like a "scooched" up version of it. The grip width is thinner, the length is shorter, but the height is the same. I find this a strange decision because I think it would feel better if they scaled the height with the rest of the measurements.
It's not a bad mouse shape, still quite good to use, but I feel like they designed this with math rather than feeling, so they probably could've made it better. But until someone actually makes a properly scaled G Pro Wireless clone, I guess we won't know for sure.
This is the wireless version of the Hati S. A little heavier with the battery and unfortunately the weight distribution is off toward the back. Only just but can feel the difference. My rule is usually 9 grams heavier for wireless and I'd probably choose the wired version. And that's true in this case too. So while it's cool that G Wolves are getting in on the wireless thing, they'll need to lower the weight more somehow if they want to be better than their wired versions. That's personal preference though, other people may be fine with it because they love wireless, and that's ok too!
Note: I've only tested a pre-release sample so far, which is very good already, but this review might be changed later. Ignore the latency for now because I don't have the software to change it yet.
|Grip Width||5.44cm | 2.14 inches|
|Hump Width||5.6cm | 2.2 inches|
|Length||11.3cm | 4.45 inches|
|Height||4cm | 1.57 inches|