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  • Mad Catz MOJO M2 Wireless RGB Gaming Mouse Review
  • Mad Catz MOJO M2 Wireless RGB Gaming Mouse Review



    While most of us know Mad Catz for their game controllers or the exotic RAT mice, they are also building a growing portfolio of very affordable gaming gear.  Today we will be looking at the latest release from their M.O.J.O line: The M.O.J.O M2 Wireless RGB Gaming Mouse.

    The MOJO M2 pairs the PixArt PAW3335 sensor with a lightweight wireless design that comes in at a pretty great price. Let’s find out if you need some MOJO in your gaming arsenal!

    The MOJO M2 is the second mouse in the growing MOJO line of lightweight gaming mice.  Where the M1 had an open mesh design, the M2 has a much more traditional look reminding me of popular designs from Razer. This shape is ergonomically designed for right-handed use and is most suited for a palm or claw grip.

    Probably the biggest draw is the dual connectivity options. Traditional wired connectivity via USB or 2.4GHz wireless using an onboard dongle.  Let’s take a look at what the M2 offers.

    • Genuine ergonomic shape for different grip styles
    • 79g balanced weight design
    • Durable Kailh switch - Rated for 80M clicks
    • 16K DPI optical sensor
    • Up to 70 hours of playtime
    • Model: O.J.O. M2
    • Model Number: MM07MHINBL000-0
    • Sensor Name: PAW3335DB
    • Sensor Type: Optical
    • DPI (Dot Per Inch) Max: 16000
    • IPS (Inch per Second): 400
    • Acceleration: 40G
    • Polling Rate: 1000Hz/1ms
    • Shape: Ergonomic, Right-Handed
    • Grip Style: Universal
    • Number of Buttons: 6
    • Switch: Kailh, rated for 80 million clicks
    • Illumination: 16.8 million RGB color
    • Weight (g): 79
    • Length (mm): 127
    • Width (mm): 66
    • Height (mm): 41
    • Cable Type: Paracord
    • Cable Length: 1.8M
    • Battery: Up to 70 hours / 2.4GHz
    • System Requirements: Windows 10 64bit or Newer

    Mad Catz may be most famous for their mouse designs but they have been building gaming accessories for over three decades.  Their unique take on customizing components was bred from the simple statement: All gamers are different.