- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Design
- Page 3: Using the Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III
- Page 4: Software
- Page 5: Wrap up
Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III
The Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III is a horribly built mouse. Materials are too cheap and fragile. Its documentation is just horrible, with many basics missing, and useful features not highlighted in the product page or on its box. The included mousemat isn’t recommended at all, and they need to solve the issue where it moves when there’s flick mouse movements. For the price, it’s somewhat justifiable, given that there is indeed on-board storage and it’s wireless after all.
We have the Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III Kevlar-13 Wireless Mouse here. First of all, I have no idea why Armaggeddon loves such long-named products. While that is indeed its complete name, it excludes the word “gaming” in it. Also, Armaggeddon released two versions of the FOXBAT-III mouse – one is the Ironsight-7, and the other one is the one I’m reviewing here, the Kevlar-13. Again, I have no idea why they opted for such lengthy and confusing naming schemes.
As far as I can tell, both variants of the Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III are they same – and the only difference is its patterns on top. Anyway, let’s begin the review by first taking a look at the packaging as usual.
It’s fairly simple in my opinion, and they did a good job highlighting and differentiating the pattern on the both variants of the mouse. If you noticed, it’s written that there is an included mousemat in the box.
Opening up the box reveals the Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III, with both its sides flanked by a micro USB and the mousemat. And there’s nothing else in the box, actually.