Let’s go down the list. Honeycomb Inspired Armor? Check. Paracord Cable? Check. RGB Lighting? Check. HK Gaming Mira-M does not bring anything new to the table, but it is not necessarily a bad thing as almost everything is completely done. This is for a mouse that costs only $ 50. The Logitech G Pro Wireless costs $ 150 – if you can find it in stock. If you are looking for the best gaming mouse specifically for FPS games, Mira-M should be on the shortlist.
The HK Gaming Mira-M seems to be the answer to a question that mouse enthusiasts have been asking for years: What will the ultra-lightweight Logitech G Pro Wireless look like? The only thing stopping Mira-M from giving a clear answer is the wired connections and holes. In addition, it captures the current trends of the gaming mouse industry within a honeycomb version of the Logitech G Pro wireless body.
Design and comfort
I was not kidding when I said that G-Pro Wireless was the answer to the Mi-M H Pro Gaming. The sizes are almost the same. The two mice have a pronounced hump with a pronounced hump in the middle. The G Pro Wireless has buttons on both sides, and the Mira-M side buttons are just to the left and are of different sizes. Of course, the Mira-M also has a bunch of holes in its chassis.
But the dimensions between the mice are basically the same. The Mira-M is 4.88 inches (124 mm) long, 2.52 inches (64 mm) wide and 1.55 inches (39.5 mm) long. The G Pro Wireless is 4.92 x 2.48 x 1.57 inches. The main difference is the weight, with the Mira-M weighing 2.22 ounces, while the Mira Pro is about 21% lighter than the G Pro Wireless’s 2.82 ounces. This may not sound like a big thing, but when it comes to gaming it feels very different.
This lightweight design, especially useful for FPS titles, is due to its honeycomb style. Mira-M is not the only mouse to use this design to its advantage. The luxurious model O minus weighs 2.08 ounces, while the Cooler Master MM711 weighs 2.12 ounces. Although Mira-M weighs a feather, honeycomb has rats that are lighter. However, we tested the Glorius D model at 2.40 ounces heavier (the mouse comes in a slightly different weight depending on the exact finish).
The Mira-M includes parasord cable, 100% PTFE feet, RGB lights under the scroll wheel. I’m a big fan of cable; This is very similar to the Razer Speedflex cable found in pointers like the Razer Viper, which I’ve liked in the past. Even without the mouse bungee, I never notice the Mira-M cable during gaming. At this point, I doubt I’ll be satisfied with a non-parasored cable.
My only complaint about Mira-M’s design stems from the side buttons. This is too much for my taste. Depending on the size and shape of your hand, you may have a different opinion. Everything else is related to construction which feels good. There is no pre-navigation on the side buttons, minimal advance navigation on the primary mouse button and neither of the two trips. The Mira-M housing is also solid, and the scroll wheel does not flow. HK Gaming created a powerful gaming mouse.
Meera-M is the most aesthetically pleasing mouse I’ve reviewed in a while – assuming you don’t make a hole in the case. We are seeing it in white, but it is also available in three other colors: black, bumblebee and pumpkin. Note that the bee and pumpkin variants are $ 10 more than the black and white variants as of writing.
Finally, the Mira-M has a matte finish that is much better than the paint on other mice I’ve used, even though I’m playing during hot and moist summers.
Mira-M has the same Pixart PMW3360 optical sensor as found in the Glorious Model O minus, Model D, Finalmouse Ultralight 2 and other popular mice. This sensor reaches 12,000 CPI, complemented by 250 IPS tracking speed and 50G maximum acceleration. This will prove to be sufficient for most players.
Anyone who plays an FPS game does their damage if they don’t try at least one extremely light mouse. I previously used the SteelSeries Sensei Ten, which weighed around 3.28 ounces and has a rubber cable, and I’ve seen a lot of improvement in a variety of games since switching to Mira-M.
The impact of the low load on my performance was so obvious that I was able to switch the effective CPI (multiplying the mouse CPI setting by game sensitivity) from Serie Ten in 268 to 192 with Mira-M. This means that I have to move Mira-M as much as I have to move Sensei Ten to cover the same distance within the game. However, my response time – as measured by a variety of game modes in AIM Lab – has actually improved since I reduced the effective CPI.
Once again, my primary complaint about Mira-M is the side button. I use it for push to push chat so every time I make a callout I have to change my grip. This can negatively affect my goal, so I now have to choose between a suboptimal experience or learning a new key link. But if this is the only trade-off I have to make, well, I’m still moving forward. Depending on the size and shape of your hand, you cannot face this problem.
Features and software
HK Gaming collided slightly with the Mira-M software. Windows 10 advised me not to run the app because HK Gaming is not a certified developer. It can frighten lonely people. But an even bigger problem was that the company enabled a feature called “Enhance Pointer Precision” by default, and downloading the program is the only way to disable it.