As always we put the mouse through its paces in various tasks ranging from editing the photos for this review, destroying other tanks in
World of Tanks and also jumping on roofs in fast-paced FPS-games and it proved to be an impressive newcomer on all areas. With the four
DPI-settings it's really quick and easy to change the cursor speed for various tasks, and the five profiles make the mouse even more
versatile. The glide pads are also top notch, as the mouse moved smoothly and quietly on the Steelseries 9HD mouse pad.
Really the only small fault I could come up with is that with the way I grip the mouse and with my hand the forward-most thumb button is
a bit hard to reach. Then again, this is a very objective thing, and I simply went around the problem by mapping the "next page"-button to
the middle thumb button and leaving the forward button for less commonly needed actions.
Value for money
Excellent weight system
(Front thumb button a bit too far)
Editor's Choice Award!
The Black Element was the first product we review from Tt esports' product range, and it turned out to be an excellent new mouse. The
shape is very different from my usual favorites such as the Mionix Naos and Qpad 5K, but in action it turned out to be very comfortable. The
mouse also packs all the features imaginable, it has a 6500 DPI sensor, plenty of extra buttons, weight system and fancy lights. Really the
only problem was reaching the thumb buttons, and maybe the mouse could be even nicer if it had leds for indicating the current
One of the great things about the Black Element is its price, as currently it sells at under 50 €, which for a mouse with this kind of
feature-set sounds really cheap. So then, if you're on the market for a new gaming mouse, the Black Element should definitely be one of the
models to try!