|AZiO Levetron GM533U Gaming Mouse|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Input Devices|
|Written by Akim Green|
|Friday, 01 February 2013|
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In this section, we will take a look at the software included with the mouse.
The software bundled with the device is very basic; it will allow one to create different mouse profiles, assign actions to the buttons, record macros, and nothing else! It doesn't allow you to customize the dpi steps, polling rate frequency or anything like that. However, it is quite straightforward and simple to use.
In the console, you can program the 3 'M' buttons and reprogram the the mouse wheel. You may wish to create a multimedia profile for music and program the buttons to play/pause and skip tracks, another one for an MMO game, and perhaps a profile for shortcuts in a productivity application such as Photoshop. The mouse software allows unlimited profiles and macro creation.
The macro tool also enables the user to record the time between key presses for those tricky game combos; if you accidentally press a key in an otherwise perfect combination, it allows any unwanted sections to be deleted.
I managed to create multiple profiles and record many macros that executed correctly.