Over the years, I've used many mice ranging from the multi-button Logitech G600 to a rollerball (don't judge, I was going through a phase). Once upon a time, all we demanded of our mice was that they slid across the mousepad fast and that they lasted for at least a year. That isn't the case anymore; we demand precision from our mice, feeling good in our hands, multiple color variations and solid construction. With all that in mind, this is our review of the Scoria Tournament Gaming Mouse by Enhance.
- MSRP $39.99
- Braided cable
- Built-in DPI adjustment buttons
- Customizable LED RGB lighting
- 7 customizable buttons
- Enhance gaming software
- 1-year warranty
- Aluminum alloy body
- Ergonomic design
Let's start with the Enhance Scoria gaming software. This is what brings all the bells and whistles to the mouse. With it, you can save up to six custom profiles for your various needs. It allows customizing the DPI setting for up to six settings ranging from 0 DPI up to 14400. You can customize the color settings on the LED RGB lighting. Letting you choose to change each time you go to a different DPI setting, a breathing effect over a set amount of time or neon lighting. You can further customize your scrolling, double click and mouse speed as well as polling rate. Overall, the software offers a good variety of options for the Scoria. The program itself can take a little getting used to with its drop-down menus. There is no DVD in the box with the mouse, instead you have to make an account on their website to be able to download it.
The mouse felt light and traversed my mouse pad quite smoothly. Its aluminum alloy underbody felt sturdy under my hand. The design of the Scoria felt comfortable and after hours of use I can still say it felt good. There is a matte black finish, with clear areas for the LED RGB lighting as well as the Enhance symbol at the back of the mouse. Included in the package were replacement mouse skids.
The on the fly DPI adjustment worked without a hitch and was very nice when switching between games. I enjoyed the easy ability to switch DPI settings while playing Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds. The various lighting settings gave those who enjoy lots of RGB options some good choice. I stuck with the solid color design for my overall red/black theme. I will say the "breathing" option seemed to give my computer weird hitches every now and again.
The Scoria feels like a solid addition to the world of gaming mice. Let's be honest, there are a metric ton of options and, in the end, a lot of it falls down to how it feels to you. Not only does the Scoria feel solid and have good software, it also comes at a welcome price.
- Solid construction
- Software allowing multiple options for the mouse
- Bright and shiny LED RGB options
- Good design for your hand
- Having to register on the site to download the software
- Breathing lighting option seemed glitch
The product discussed in this article was provided by the manufacturer for purposes of review.