E-Blue Cobra Type-S 6D Gaming Mouse in Blue

CCL Code: MOU2111
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Manufacturer Code: EB-EMS128BL(1)
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Manufacturer: Generic
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E-Blue Cobra Type-S 6D Gaming Mouse in Blue

Key Features:

  • High performance optical sensor
  • Silver key at the lateral part
  • Clamp on design

Delivery Options (from £2.99)

Saturday 25th January via DPD Saturday

Wednesday 29th January via Royal Mail 1st Class

Collection Options

Saturday 25th January from CCL (BD11 2PS)

Monday 27th January from Local Collection Point

Was £5.68

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£4.44

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Cobra S, the smallest gaming mouse ever in the E-BLUE product range, is welcomed by gamers who pursue unique style. It is only 100mm in length and is specially designed for users with smaller hands. Apart from its portable feature, this high quality mouse also provides you with excellent resistance and durability.

Main Features

  • High performance optical sensor
  • Petite size with excellent hand feel
  • Silver key at the lateral part
  • Clamp on design

Key Features

Motion Sensing Technology Optical
Wireless Network No
Connector Type USB
Usability Gaming
Mouse Form Factor Mobile
Display Model in Showroom No
Illuminated No
3D Mouse No

Physical

Case Colour Blue

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Generic
Manufacturer Code EB-EMS128BL(1)
EAN 6921607100129
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Generic
Manufacturer Code EB-EMS128BL(1)

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5 / 5 1 review

Ian

7 months ago

Do you like small mice? Do you want a small light gaming mouse? Small mice are really hard to find. I like small mice. I have short-ish fingers and I like a fingertip grip. A few year ago my beloved genius laptop gaming mouse died and I couldn't find a decent replacement. I ended up buy 3 of the Asian versions of the razor salmoza from South Korea. They were almost too small and my KVM didn't recognize it properly taking 30 secs to switch between machines. I saw these on the CCL site for under 5 so I bought one (27 on Amazon when I bought it). When I tried it, it was beautifully light and exactly the right size to hold lightly in your fingertips. The sensor seems accurate and it has no tracking issues. I haven't been playing e-sports twitch stuff but it's fine for Battlefield/Dying Light/Metro Exodus type games. What's not to like? Well this is a cheap mouse and the thump buttons show it. They're cheap plastic. Also the overall feel of the mouse is not as quality as a Razor mouse. The buttons are not as sweetly clicky. I also read not to expect that they would last forever. (My razor mouse is 5 years old and showing no signs of stress) So.. rather than worry about this I bought a couple more. That means when this one dies in a year or two I don't need to start the whole search for a light, small, accurate gaming mouse all over again. Pros: Great for small hands. Light, small and accurate. Switchable dpi. Good compatibility with hardware. 3 button + 2 thumb design. Very, very, VERY cheap. Cons: Not the best build quality. Cheap thumb buttons. It's not really 5.. more like 9 'cos you'll buy 2 to make sure you have a backup. Overall, I've had this for 3 months now. It's small, light and comfortable. It works well with my KVM and it's managed to replace my Razor mouse completely, which is a surprise. All for under 5... err 9. Think of it as a laptop size gaming mouse.

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