The Hati S is the latest outing from the Chinese company, and it’s a tiny, super light mouse that follows in the footsteps of many of the best mice today, featuring a honeycomb shell, soft and supple paracord-style cable, and a safe and versatile shape.
The Stardust variant sports one of the most attractive stock finishes I’ve seen on a mouse. The black base is dotted by white speckles, evoking the scattering of stars in a dark galaxy. This is offset beautifully by the light blue hue of the DPI and side buttons and scroll wheel. The stock cable is black, but it is detachable, and G-Wolves has bundled a matching light blue cord with the mouse that you can use instead.
The detachable cable may seem odd at first, considering that this isn’t a wireless mouse, but it’s a neat way for G-Wolves to add value with additional cable options.
AT A GLANCE
SENSOR Pixart PMW3389
CONNECTION Wired, USB
The shape of the Hati S is something of a hybrid between the Cooler Master MM710 and Finalmouse Ultralight 2. It is shorter than the Ultralight 2, but it is a little wider and taller, with a more prominent hump toward the rear of the mouse. It’s great for the fingertip grip if you have larger hands, but if your mitts are on the smaller side like mine, the palm and claw grips work wonderfully. The sides of the mouse curve inward, so the mouse is narrower in the middle, creating also a nice concavity for resting your thumb.
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