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March 26, 2013

Unboxing & Review: Armaggeddon G11 Alien Craft Gaming Mouse

Armaggeddon’s line of gaming product is indeed flashy, reminded me much of Razer when they entered the scene of gaming peripherals. This is because of the “Bling” and the alien-shaped peripherals that shouts the word “Gaming!” whenever I look at them haha. Although that much is the same, Armaggeddon’s aim is to provide great gaming peripherals at an affordable price, which is promising indeed don’t you think?

So having said that, we will need to see their products up close & personal rather than just feeling them in IT shops and what is a more better approach than to have an unboxing & review of the Armaggeddon G11 Alien Craft Gaming mouse, courtesy of the people from Leapfrog Distribution.
Straight out from the website, here are the specs of the Armaggeddon G11 Alien Craft Gaming Mouse.
  • 5040 CPI Avago 9500 Engine
  • 9 Macro-able buttons
  • 6 level adjustable magnetic weight cartridge
  • Advanced, detailed User Control Panel
  • 64kB on-board memory
  • 5 macro profiles for different games
  • Selectable Mood-Swing Pulsating LED Color FX
  • Compliance with IEC/EN60825-1 Eye Safety
  • On-chip laser fault detection circuitry
  • Zirconia Ceramic gaming mousefeet
      Notice that the features are somewhat similar to other brands of gaming-grade mouse, Avago 9500, multiple macro button, on-board memory, etc. What caught my attention are the Zirconia ceramic mouse feet, instead of the usual Teflon or PTFE surfaces on most of the mice in the market, which is a type of hard-ceramic compound that is used to make ceramic kitchen knives. Armaggeddon claims that these feet are very durable and will glide on most surfaces.  I’ll be testing this claim later in the article, should be interesting for me as I have yet to come across anything similar.