Tt eSPORTS Nemesis Switch RGB Mouse Review


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Gaming Mouse Final Thoughts

I had a really great time playing with the Nemesis Switch over the last few weeks. The body shape design was comfortable, and I found the key switch system very functional for StarCraft: Remastered and a few other games. With the 3360 optical sensor, I experienced no tracking issues while gaming as this is one of the best optical sensors at the time of this review. It is amazing to see this kind of performance in a mouse at this price. This made the Nemesis Switch fun to use in fast paced FPS games, like Quake Live and Unreal Tournament III.

Nemesis Switch Conclusion

Performance wise, the Nemesis Switch does very well with its 3360 optical sensor. Tracking is great for any type of game or general purpose usage. The only thing I am concerned about is the placement of the sensor. Because the sensor is not directly centered beneath the mouse, I took some extra time readjusting my aim. Of course, the sensor had to be off centered to make room for the key switch slider mechanism. Its location reminds me of my old Logitech M705 wireless mouse where the sensor was far out towards the little finger. Once I overcame this minor obstacle, it was smooth sailing from there.

There is nothing overly flashy about the Nemesis Switch. Of course, it has RGB lighting, a metallic-like finish, and the additional side buttons. Appearance is subjective, but I personally have nothing to complain about the looks of this mouse. It looks clean, elegant, and the Command Center Pro software does allow for some fancy color combinations.

The Nemesis Switch feels very well-built with its plastic body construction. It is rather light weight at around 111 grams on my scale, and there was not a single rattle when shaking the mouse. Usually, rattles will come from the scroll wheel, but I did not experience any rattling from the scroll wheel or anywhere from inside the body.

In terms of functionality, the mouse works well for games of different genres and general purpose usage. I also used the Nemesis Switch to edit all of the photos in this review article without a problem. When custom lighting effects run off the hardware instead of the software, this is a big plus. The Nemesis Switch will store all custom lighting effects and will not require the software to animate them. Peripherals that require the software to animate their custom lighting effects are not portable. This means if you want your custom lighting effects to work, you have to install the software on every computer you plug the device into.

As of February 2018, the Tt eSPORTS Nemesis Switch RGB gaming mouse currently sells online for $49.99 (Amazon | Newegg). This is a very good value given the mouse comes with the 3360 optical sensor and the additional side buttons. The patented key switch system allows for greater customization, making the Nemesis Switch a great mouse to have for any type of game or productivity software.

Pros: Benchmark Reviews Silver Tachometer Award Logo (Small)

+ Great value
+ Excellent build quality
+ Adjustable key switch system
+ Excellent 12000 DPI PixArt 3360 optical sensor


– Sensor is off-centered due to key switch slider


  • Performance: 9.50
  • Appearance: 9.00
  • Construction: 9.25
  • Functionality: 9.00
  • Value: 9.00

Final Score: 9.15 out of 10.

Quality Recognition: Benchmark Reviews Golden Tachometer Award.



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