I normally do not put much hope in budget mice, especially those under RM 100 but ironically one of my favorite mouse happens to be the Logitech G300S that I bought for RM 70 or so, will the Tecware Vector be just as good for my usage?
Starting from the packaging, the Tecware Vector looks quite alright. It’s not as refined as many other mice boxes out there but it’s something that I don’t actually care but I just want to commend them for the effort.
Now this is the mouse, the Tecware Vector is a lightweight mouse with matte plastic finish. It is non-ambidextrous in design and it comes with 2 buttons on the left and 2 buttons below the scroll wheel.
This is the rear view of the mouse, the LED lit strips run from front to back and the logo is backlit too.
This is the side profile of the mouse, it works for both claw and palm grip.
The mouse is designed to slant a little to the right, catering to right-hand usage.
As for the under side I am absolutely glad that the Tecware Vector comes with 2 large sized mouse feet.
Speaking of mouse feet, the Tecware Vector comes with spare mouse feet in case you love the mouse very much and decided to put it to extreme torture.
Note also in the picture are 2 additional parts, they are the additional parts for you to modify the mouse.
Modify? Yes, the mouse is modular with 2 left panels and 2 right panels, this means it has a total of 4 configurations to suit your grip.
For the left panels the difference is that one panel had a thumb rest while the other one doesn’t.
For the right panels, one of them has a protrusion that you can rest your 4th finger on.
Here is what the mouse looks like in the dark, it comes with a host of RGB color configuration that you can set via software.
This is the software for Tecware Vector of which you are able to configure the mouse in so many ways.
In terms of gaming experience the Tecware Vector worked great with my small hands. Even on my maiden usage of it I performed very well in Overwatch, that also I played without audio.
Till now I have played many hours of Overwatch with it and really love it.
The software is great too, I always find that software is the key to maximize one’s experience and this is true here.
The interface is good, not only for setting the colors but also for setting this polling rare, the DPI and even the sensitivity.
What’s great is that the mouse has memory on it and the software allows you to have up to 3 profiles. That aside for each profile the mouse takes up to 5 DPI setting for each.
Speaking of DPI the box says the PixArt 3325 sensor supports up to 5000 DPI but what I found out is that the software allows it to go with 10,000 DPI!
What more could you ask for? The Tecware Vector retails at just RM 89 but it comes with high DPI, modular parts for getting the right fit, it comes with spare mouse feet …. And it retails at RM 89. Yes, I am repeating it because this definitely is a product that’s worth your moolah.
The only downside is that the software is not integrated, so if you have a Tecware Phantom RGB you have to run an additional software to configure. Fortunately the Phantom RGB works great even without software.
This mouse might not suit you if you prefer something of a bigger size and of beefier build.