Attitude One Vintorez – Gaming Mouse Review

Attitude One – Vintorez Gaming Mouse

Attitude One Vintorez

Attitude One are another newcomer to the gaming peripherals market, since setting up shop in 2011, they have quickly built up a solid portfolio of hardware, including gaming headsets, surfaces, keyboards and mice; the latter of which I  will be looking at today.

Attitude one have kindly provided me with a Vintorez gaming mouse, coincidentally this is also their first.


About Attitude One

Founded in 2011, Attitude One develops gaming gear and computer peripherals.

With many years of experience from the computer and gaming business we decided to start Attitude One. Thanks to our knowledge and our connections in the industry, we can offer products and technologies that are always top of the line.

With our unique design and memorable product names our products spread throughout markets of the world.


Specifications and Features

– Fully programmable keys

– Resolution: 400/1200/2000/3200 dpi

– Ergonomic and Ambidextrous design

– Customisable lighting

– 1.8m Braided Cable

– Dimensions: 125mm x 75mm x 40mm (L x W x H)

Attitude One Vintorez - Specs


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