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Malaysia MYR 166
Philippines PHP 1,995
Singapore SGD 101

Azio Levetron Expert Reviews

overclockersclub.com
Reviewed on 2013-03-11
Works like a mouse, Still built with some standards of quality, Braided cable, Adjustable weightWeight door extremely loose after opening it once, Back/Forward buttons are nonexistent, Macro buttons are awkward to reach and hard to find in the heat of battle, Scroll wheel only scrolls every other physical click, Loud click sound for both left and ri...
AZiO has graced my desk with a bunch of gaming peripherals recently. It was the Levetron Mech5 and Levetron GM-5000 mouse you last saw from me, and today you'll get a peek at another AZiO Levetron member: the GM533U Gaming mouse, which isn't the last item...
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benchmarkreviews.com
Reviewed on 2013-02-01
Easy to use software, Solid performance, Goodlooking, Clicky buttons with great feedback,Awkward to hold, Slippery when wet!, Bad material used on the sides, Scroll wheel doesn't always register one increment movements, Not the best buy for $40
Manufacturer: AZiO CorpProduct Name: Levetron GM533UModel Number: GM533UUPC: 676151010610Price As Tested: $39.99 (NewEgg / Amazon) Full Disclosure:The product sample used in this article has been provided by AZiO Corp. Choosing a gaming mouse nowadays ...
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pureoverclock.com
Reviewed on 2013-01-30
Adjustable Weight Distribution, On the fly DPI adjustments, Programmable Macro buttonsRubber Coating may wear over time, not enough software Instructions, no true sidebutton (or poor positioning)
Azio recently started to pick up in the gaming device department, and with the popularity of gaming devices rising, they are trying to capture that audience with some very interesting devices. Today we will be taking a look at the Azio Levetron GM533U 9 b...
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hitechlegion.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-29
As an older gamer, I still retain older habits even when playing current games. I didn't grow up in the age of mouse macros and billion key keyboards. The most we had were the extravagant MechWarrior battle stations. Just about all of my early game play c...
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