Live Tech Professional GameOn Wired Gold Plated USB Gaming Mouse Review

Live Tech Professional GameOn Wired Gold Plated USB Gaming Mouse Review

This entry-level mouse from Live Tech achieves the company’s philosophy that customers get the most for their money, and we are happy to be able to say that.

Built to last and designed with quality in mind

Gaming mice aren’t well built for their price, but the GameOn Gaming mouse by Livetech is surprisingly good.

A matte finish texture is applied to the plastic body of the mouse, resulting in an appealing look. This gaming mouse fits comfortably in the hand for long gaming sessions.

Despite textured scroll wheels, the mouse scroll wheel does not feel good, to be honest.

Rubber feet ensure that the mouse doesn’t rub against the surface too much, which increases its durability. In addition to stainless steel feet, this mouse also has rubber feet.

Also, there is a Teflon foot pad that comes with the mouse that provides minimal resistance allowing the user to move the cursor around without feeling tense.

Despite its sleek and modern appearance, this mouse is equipped with RGB lighting that can be customized.

In addition to a braided cable with gold plating, the USB connector is 1.8m long on the mouse.

Features of Gaming Mouse :

  • Optical sensor with high precision and accuracy
  • Cable made of strong braid and gold-plated connector.
  • Budget-friendly


  • Changing the polling rate is possible
  • Feet are made of stainless steel
  • Modern design with a sleek appearance


  • Building quality is average

Live Tech Professional Game On Gaming Mouse performance

There are many features you wouldn’t normally find in a mouse in this price bracket that make GameOn’s mouse stand out from the crowd.

It features a Pixart PMW3325 sensor that supports resolutions up to 8000 DPI, tracking at 100 IPS and polling at 1000Hz, and will allow quick scope and flick maneuvers in first-person shooters.

Additionally, the mouse buttons are tactile, responsive, and can be programmed to perform specific functions, macros, or settings.

The software of Live-tech’s DPI system lets you set the level up to six levels. A DPI of 5000 can be achieved with software calibration, but it can go higher than 8000. Dual DPI buttons enable convenient setting of DPI levels.

Customers can select from polling rates of 125/250/500/1000 through Live-Tech’s software depending on their own personal preferences.


In addition to its low price, I highly recommend the GameOn mouse as it offers many features normally available on more expensive models.

The entry-level gaming mouse for under Rs.1500 is a great option if you don’t mind average build quality.

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