GM41 Lightweight Wireless is a very clever model that betrays a range Gaming Illuminated when the mouse is moved by the brand’s dragon-shaped logo.
Completely black, the mouse is made of plastic, but some parts are different with different textures. It exhibits stylized geometric relief in the case of shiny black buttons at the level of the toe and a non-slip matte black coating on the mouse sides. These are not only aesthetic and improve the grip of the mouse so that the fingers slip as little as possible.
We found a similar coating on the wheel. Its scratches are also very noticeable, which is interesting in some games, but slows down the scrolling when one wants to navigate quickly, the wheel does not provide free scrolling.
The ergonomics of the mouse are very classic, because it is completely symmetrical. Gripping in Palm grip There is no complete facility, but there is an advantage to being ambiguous in this format. Since MSI only puts the side buttons on the left side, not much; Only right-handed people can benefit from this. These two buttons are quick, but not well anchored and move slightly under the toe.
Its dimensions (130 x 67 x 38.3 mm) make it usable with other types of silk (Claw grip And Finger tip), But Palm grip For larger hands the fullness is a little less obvious. Additionally, mouse clicks are adorned with omron switches. Classics on rats Gaming, They are highly responsive and guarantee up to 60 million activations.
The wireless MSI clutch GM41 is slightly heavier than the Ultralight Mouse (74g) and its corded counter (69g) and is therefore easier to handle on the mat. Its PTFE pads also ensure proper glide. We found the on-off button under the mouse, the DPI adjustment button and passing the notch to place it on its base.
In fact, this wireless model can be recharged by placing it in the supplied dock. The mouse is held in place by two magnetic pins on the base, thanks to the non-slip strip below. This is where the braided micro-USB cable connects, allowing charging. Not so bad MSI is not up to date with USB-C, but it is becoming the new standard. The cradle also has a USB port to hold the 2.4 GHz receiver and prevent it from occupying another port on the PC. It is well thought out and practical to avoid losing it Dongle When transporting the mouse.
MSI declares autonomy for up to 80 hours, leaving something to come. Specifically 10 hours of charging is enough to provide 9 hours of usage (according to the manufacturer). The base cable can be plugged into the front of the mouse anyway if needed, so you can use it while charging.