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Yeah, so with its swappable side-panels and adjustable weight Alienware's Elite Gaming Mouse certainly lives up to its name when it comes to features and functionality. There's only one issue though.

At a glance the AW958 may not feature the most outlandish mouse design we’ve ever seen, and one could even easily compare its overall shape to other devices currently on the market. The only problem though is that no matter the weight distribution, or side-panel choice - it’s just not that comfortable to hold for any extended period. The thumb positioning always feels a little off and clicking itself feels a tad too loose an unimpressive.

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