Login to your account

Username *
Password *
Remember Me

Create an account

Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.
Name *
Username *
Password *
Verify password *
Email *
Verify email *
Captcha *
Reload Captcha




EU e-Privacy Directive

This website uses cookies to manage authentication, navigation, and other functions. By using our website, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device.

You have declined cookies. This decision can be reversed.

Dream Machines DM1 Pro S Mouse UK Review: A gaming bargain

Written by  Jan 26, 2018
Dream Machines is a relatively new European gaming hardware company that produce a range of bespoke gaming laptops.
They also have a variety of affordable gaming mice.

The DM1 Pro S is their top of the range model costing £55.00 which is pretty reasonable for a gaming mouse.

DREAM MACHINES DM1 PRO S Optical Gaming Mouse Matte PC Mouse, PC / Mac, 2 Ways amazon uk £47.00 (Check current price)

Design & Features - DM1 Pro S Mouse Review

The DM1 Pro S is more of a traditional looking mouse compared to some of the new very expensive mice on the market today. It has a traditional shape with six buttons + Scroll. It has a max speed of 7.0 M/s and a polling rate of 1000 Hz. The DPI options range 400 -12000.

The mouse is its ultra-lightweight build of just 85g minus the cable, which is a big selling point.

There is basic RGB with the mouse wheel and DM logo glowing. 

The DM1 Pro S is similar to the highly acclaimed Logitech Pro Gaming Mouse, including the mouse sensor, the PMW3366 is the Logitech only version. The DM1 Pro S is a little larger, with the left and right buttons feeling much larger in comparison. The DM1 Pro S has a silky matte texture whereas the Logitech is a smooth matte, I prefer the feel of the DM1 Pro S.

Clicking the buttons has slightly different feel, the Logitech is louder, and its left and right have a wider area to press down the button easily. The DM1 Pro S buttons are not separate from the main body; this means they need to be pressed a little closer towards the end of the mouse.

The side buttons on the DM1 have a softer click feel while the scroll wheel has a little more tactile feedback.

The mouse application enables you to create profiles, and within each profile, you can tailor what buttons do the DPI, acceleration and polling rate.


Performance - DM1 Pro S Mouse Review

In use this mouse performs excellently, it is extremely quick and responsive, and operates nice and smoothly. I use a 40” screen as my main display, and I had no issues with moving the cursor across the screen. When it comes to gaming, it performs just as smoothly with no delays or jitters. I found that the 12,000 DPI setting suited me, but I would imagine it would feel a little over sensitive for some.

For gaming the 12k DPI setting is perfect as it reacts so quickly, I think it makes for an excellent gaming mouse. But I must admit that a lower setting for general use would probably work best.

DREAM MACHINES DM1 PRO S Optical Gaming Mouse Matte PC Mouse, PC / Mac, 2 Ways amazon uk £47.00 (Check current price)

Verdict - DM1 Pro S Mouse Review

If you want a gaming mouse that performs well and you don’t need lots all the bells and whistles of more expensive mice, unusual shapes or dozens of  over complicated buttons, then this is a great option. At around £47 for any serious gamer this is a bargain, and it  will last the tests of time.

Leave a comment

Make sure you enter all the required information, indicated by an asterisk (*). HTML code is not allowed.

  1. Popular
  2. Trending


Tech Bargains