- Although in many online shops this mouse is refered as “Laser” mouse, it has optical sensor. That’s becuase there are two versions of this mouse: 24000 CPI uses PMW3360 sensor, while 16400 CPI version uses Avago 9800 laser sensor which has 150 IPS and tracks until 30 G. Avago 9800 sensor has lots of smoothing and random acceleration, so you would not be able to develop reliable muscle memory with it, hence laser version is not recommended.
- PMW3360 sensor is in reality 12k CPI but in this mouse it’s just interpolated to 24k.
Brand, model and release date.
Dimensions and Weight
Size and weight of Redragon M990 Legend 24k mouse.
Sensor, lift of distance and rest of the specifications for the Redragon M990 Legend 24k mouse.
|Resolution (CPI/DPI)||200 - 24000|
|Maximum Acceleration||50 G|
|Max Tracking Speed||250 IPS|
|Polling Rate||1000 Hz (1ms)|
|Lift Off Distance||Adjustable (Low with HQ cloths)|
|Switches (Lifespan)||Omron (20 million clicks)|
|Smoothing / Filtering||No|
Connectivity types for the Redragon M990 Legend 24k mouse.
|Cable Length||~1.8 m
|Cable Type||Braided cable|
General Specifications and Features
List of additional Redragon M990 Legend 24k features.
|Mouse Type||Gaming mouse|
|Suggested Grip||Palm grip, Claw grip, Fingertip grip|
|Adjustable Weight||Yes (8x2.4g)|
Price and Warranty
Satisfaction is (not) guaranteed.
What MouseSpecs think about this mouse.
Video Review / Different Opinion
Adittional look and feel of the mouse.