Benq, two new Zowie-branded mouse: EC1-B and EC2-B, similar but different

Both mouse have a completely black look. The lines are very simple and ergonomics reflect the gaming nature of the device: the two extra buttons on the left side and the light dissymmetry of the body make it a mouse not suitable for left-handed.

Benq, through its brand Zowie, presents two new gaming mouse: we talk about the EC1-B and EC2-B models; practically identical to each other for technical characteristics, they differ only in size: the first of the two is called the ” L ” size and the other the ” M ” size.

Both mouse have a completely black look. The lines are very simple and ergonomics reflect the gaming nature of the device: the two extra buttons on the left side and the light dissymmetry of the body make it a mouse not suitable for left-handed.

BenQ ZOWIE EC2-BRegarding the technical data sheet, both versions rely on the Pixart PMW3360A sensor, all settings / customizations cannot be set by software but by two buttons on the bottom of the mouse: precisely one for setting the DPI between 400 and 8001600 and 3200 DPI and the second one determines the polling frequency that can be set at 125, 500 and 1,000 Hz, both combined with relative and signal LEDs.

This configuration allows you to keep the customizations on board and make a plug-play mouse to all effects, on the other hand, the position of the two buttons to select these settings are in a place definitely not very accessible, especially when using the mouse.

The two models EC1-B and EC2-B look alike in all respects, except in size and weight, summarized below:

BenQ ZOWIE EC1-B and EC2-B MouseThe differences are not substantial but sufficient to offer two different grips, for the time being Benq has not yet revealed more information regarding availability, while the price should be around $69.99; for more images and details, we invite you to visit the pages dedicated to EC1-B and EC2-B respectively.