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Genesis Xenon 800 gaming mouse in test – big and light!

Genesis, a brand known for good RGB lighting and decent quality – all at a solid price. So it’s no wonder that we’re taking a closer look at the new ultra-light mouse from Genesis in this article. The Xenon 800 not only offers low weight, but can also increase its weight variably. However, this is not the only feature of the mouse. How well the new Xenon 800 does against the competition, you will now find out in the following article.


Sensor Optical (PMW3389)
DPI 200 – 16000
Acceleration 50 G
Sampling rate 1000 Hz
Max. Speed 400 ips
Number of keys 8
Size of the mouse 120 x 66 x 43 mm
Weight of the mouse 58 – 78 g
Cable length 1.8 m
Software Available for download from the website
RGB lighting Logo + bottom edge of the mouse
Extras Replaceable palm plate, Insertable weights, Rubber stickers
Price € 61.12*

Scope of delivery

Delivered the Xenon 800 in a typical looking packaging for the manufacturer. The product image looks visually very good on the gray background and stands out. On the back of the packaging, all the previously mentioned specifications of the mouse are also available for reference.

Apart from the mouse, the package also contains a few accessories. More precisely, these are the additional weights, interchangeable glide pads, a palm plate to change from black plastic, provided with the red Genesis logo. For the total of 12 individual insertable weights, a small plastic rail was made, which you can easily slide into the mouse. The look of the mouse is visually appealing at first glance when unpacked.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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