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  • Yeyian Links Series 3000 Gaming Mouse Review
  • Yeyian Links Series 3000 Gaming Mouse Review


    Yeyian Links Series 3000 Layout and Features

    The Links mouse has a low profile and is targeted at those that prefer a right-handed Palm Grip.  The low profile feels similar to the Razer shape. I would describe this mouse as medium sized.

    There are a total of seven buttons available including the tactile mouse wheel and a polling rate button on the bottom surface.  Huano switches are used for added durability with a rated 5,000,000 clicks making it most likely a Blue Dot.  All of the buttons feel crisp and the mouse wheel has a nice tactile feel to it.

    An open honeycomb design provides venting and reduces weight.  In fact, at 104g including the cable, this may be the lightest mouse I have ever used. The black surfaces provide a nice contrast but are smooth to the touch. I would have liked to see some texture or a more grippy feel here.

    The same honey comb design can be found on the bottom surface. Four mouse feet provide a stable foundation and glide nicely on both my plastic and glass mouse pads.

    Connectivity comes via a 5.57-foot cable sleeved in a black braided weave.  The specification suggests a magnet is present but I don’t find one present. Perhaps they are referring to the included Velcro cable tie?