Features & Specifications
The Wolfking Trooper MVP has adjustable sensitivity with three settings including 800 dpi, 1600 dpi, and 2400 dpi. The original Trooper’s highest sensitivity setting was 2200 dpi. The Wolfking Trooper MVP can process 6.4 megapixels per second and withstand a maximum acceleration of 20g and a maximum speed of 45-65 inches. Wolfking says the buttons are good for 7 million clicks and the feet will last for 250 kilometers.
The main feature of the Wolfking Trooper MVP is the Rapid Fire button. The button lets you shoot some weapons multiple times with one button press. A button marked with an F under the scroll wheel controls how many fires a single press gets. You can turn the feature off and the scroll wheel doesn’t glow at all. The first setting turns the scroll wheel red and fires the weapon two times for each press. The second setting makes the scroll wheel blue and fires your weapon three times for one press. The third press makes the scroll wheel purple and fires your weapon four times with one press.
The fire button works very well in Quake Wars with a semi-auto pistol or any other game where the weapon in use reloads itself instantly and automatically. Where the auto fire feature does not work is with weapons like a bolt action sniper rifle or a chain gun where you have to hold the button down long enough for the weapon to spool up.
The 2400 dpi sensitivity will probably be just fine for most gamers. Personally I have become used to Higher sensitivity settings from my Razer Lachesis mouse and the Logitech G15. On my 30-inch LCD playing games like Quake Wars and COD4, I wished for 3200 dpi a few times.
The Wolfking Trooper MVP feels comfortable in the hand, though it is a larger design than some of the newer mice on the market. It feels very much like a Logitech G5 or G7 in the hand. That does mean that the Wolfking Trooper MVP is a right hand only mouse.
Adjusting the sensitivity on the mouse is done by pressing a button under the “F” button for the rate of fire marked with an “S”. On the side of the mouse, in a very Logitech G5 fashion, are LEDs that light and show what sensitivity setting you are using. On the left side of the mouse are two thumb buttons that can be bound to commands in most games and are placed well. Thumb buttons can be a real pain when they aren’t placed well because you can hit them easily when surfing the net or playing and do things you didn’t mean to. Thankfully that was not an issue with the Wolfking Trooper MVP.
The Wolfking Trooper MVP is a great mouse for the gamer who likes shooters and needs a mouse with moderate levels of sensitivity. Gamers with large LCDs looking for fast twitch movements will want to look for a mouse with higher sensitivity.
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