amazon Motospeed V100 Pro reviews
Motospeed V100 Pro – Present in the Vietnam market for a relatively long time with products hitting the low-price segments. Gradually, the name Motospeed has won the hearts of Vietnamese gamers with its quality and endurance, even as a manufacturer from China.
To further step into the turbulent gaming market share with world-renowned giants, Motospeed also needs to offer more quality products in both performance and appearance. And to continue with the only “delicious – complementary – cheap” standard that has become a brand, Motospeed brings the Motospeed V100 Pro.
With the price only falling to about 850,000 VND and an eye-catching appearance, whether Motospeed will conquer the higher market share or not when heavyweight players like HyperX Pulsefire Core and Corsair M55 Pro are also very aggressive?
Biareview will state the pros and cons of Motospeed V100 Pro for you.
When talking about the professional gaming mouse market, surely the majority of gamers will have heard of legends such as Razer Deathadder or Zowie EC2-A. These two mouse models are well known for their superior ergonomic design, both giving gamers a comfortable grip, easy to manipulate, and providing very good long-term use.
Motospeed V100 Pro does not forget to learn the quintessence of the designs of both famous mice, when carrying an almost identical physique, especially compared to Zowie EC2-A. The version of Motospeed V100 Pro that Vietgame.asia used in today’s article is also a bit more “special” with a very attractive back cover with an extremely impressive matte paint color, striking with the brand name “Motospeed”.
Combined with an eye-catching back, the RGB LED strip just below the “butt” of the Motospeed V100 Pro makes this mouse stand out even more, especially when placed on reflective surfaces such as glass. Gamers can also adjust to different backlight effects.
However, in exchange for a more attractive back, the manufacturer had to remove the LED Motospeed logo on the back compared to the conventional version.
Although the design imitates Zowie EC2-A quite a lot, Motospeed still has a lot of differences. It is next to the auxiliary key cluster on the left edge where there is the addition of a “sniper” button with the function of lowering the DPI to 200 DPI for the most accurate shot phase.
The size of the support key cluster is also narrowed, difficult to press wrongly during use, but also brings a bit of inconvenience, the “sniper” button is also more difficult to use.
It’s also a cheap product, so although the overall is somewhat attractive, in terms of detail, the two sides of the mouse are not equipped with any rubber to increase grip, but only made of a slightly lumpy plastic layer.
The DPI adjustment button is also not placed right between RM and LM anymore but is brought completely down the bottom of the mouse with the button to adjust the response speed. It may seem a bit inconvenient, but fortunately, both of these controls are equipped with information display lights, indicating which user is sitting at the DPI and Report Rate.
Also, the most impressive thing for the writer is that the feet of the Motospeed V100 Pro has a very large area, giving the ability to “surf” on different track surfaces better, quieter even with double effects due to the larger area of friction not being too significant.
It can be said that Motospeed V100 Pro is somewhat more expensive than competitors from HyperX or Corsair when they use the same PAW 3327. However, the writer still appreciates Motospeed V100 Pro more because of its outstanding design and a very comfortable size for Asian gamers.
The overall size of the Motospeed V100 Pro is quite small, you can hold it very well even if you are a gamer with small hands, or slightly large, you can still use the mouse very comfortably. Part of the back paint is smooth as well as good grip, leaving no signs of sweat, thanks to the impressive paint, Motospeed V100 Pro looks always clean.
However, due to good adhesion properties, the ability in the long run if using Motospeed V100 Pro with high frequency can make Motospeed yellow.
Motospeed V100 Pro grip and manipulation is also very light and quite good. Although the two sides are not covered by rubber to increase grip, due to the lightweight, the roughness on these two surfaces is completely good enough for users to swing their favorite mouse without worrying about losing grips.
Motospeed V100 Pro is equipped with a long-life switch, up to 20 million clicks should allow gamers spamming mice. The pressure of the switch is also good, the bounce is very good and the mouse click sounds sweet but a bit loud.
Going deeper into the gaming performance, testing Motospeed V100 Pro with some high-speed action games like Apex Legends, users can quickly feel comfortable when holding a mouse in their hands. Due to the lightweight mouse, the ability to swing is gentle with stable accuracy, especially when Motospeed V100 Pro is built on the PAW 3327 “Dual Engine” sensor with a built-in sensor that measures the distance of the mouse lift on the trackpad.
But because Apex Legends is a game that specializes in high-speed action, especially players have to “rub” on the opponent quite a lot, the effect of the Sniper button is not effective. Especially the sniper button design style is no longer “fashionable” at present.
The position of the Sniper button right between the two navigation keys also makes it difficult for gamers to use this function, even if you use Motospeed V100 Pro for a slower action game like PUBG or Battlefield V. If the sniper button is set, or designed a slightly higher knob will certainly give a better effect.
The PAW 3327 itself can be considered an improved version of the 3325 and was once very popular when it showed impressive performance on ASUS TUF M5, Corsair M55 Pro, or HyperX Pulsefire Core. On Motospeed V100 Pro, the response speed of the sensor is also extremely fast and stable, the latency is also very low, especially for ordinary users with normal DPI level of 3200 DPI or less, there’s no need to think much.
What makes the writer feel a bit “imprisoned” in Motospeed V100 Pro is that both buttons adjust the response speed and DPI are placed on the bottom, a bit difficult to manipulate if in “teamfight”. Besides, the mouse is also set up to 5 DPI levels of 400/800/1600/3200/6200 so changing the DPI takes more time than just 2 DPI like some other eSports mouse models.
In addition to some small inadequacies that the writer has mentioned besides the performance advantages of Motospeed V100 Pro above, this mouse still has a few other weaknesses that sometimes users are a little difficult to ignore.
Honestly, even though the price is as close as 1 million VND, but the first feeling when using Motospeed V100 Pro is a bit “poor” by the processing of the shell. Specifically, the back, although beautiful and eye-catching smooth paint, but the white plastic of this shell is still too revealing, looks inadequate with the black plastic underneath that also sticks out some other smudged paint.
Not only that, but the plastic part on the back is also somewhat forced to shield the lower half when the gap between the two parts is quite wide, more than 1mm. And thanks to this gap, users can see through the mouse inside. I do not know whether this should be considered a “sexy” point or a minus point in outsourcing Motospeed’s products.
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