NZXT Lift 2 Ergo Review

Result and general impression …

With the NZXT Lift 2 Ergo, NZXT has introduced a mouse that has been ergonomically adapted for hands with long fingers. It fits almost perfectly in the hand. As mentioned at the beginning, NZXT uses a current PixArt sensor and is therefore technically well equipped. In practice, we would rather do without the optionally available MXL900 as a pad when playing games at high speed. In terms of feel, it has a very high-quality feel and can hardly pass for a simple mouse pad due to its dimensions.

On the plus side of the mouse are definitely the rough sides for a better grip and the solid profile settings with the in-house NZXT CAM software, which incidentally also reads out rudimentary values of the rest of the PC hardware and was not only designed for the mouse tested today.

The technical details are certainly not quite as impressive as those of a Razer Basilisk V3 Pro and the user also has to do without LEDs. The knobs on the mouse pad are also a little too bulky. However, anyone who is aiming for precisely this simplicity and has long fingers will be particularly ergonomically convinced by the product.

With all these factors in mind, we would like to consider the non-binding retail price of just under 50 Euro. Measured against this, at around 60 grams, the model is light as a feather, easy to use and perfectly shaped.

Herewith the NZXT Lift 2 Ergo receives our Purchase Tip Award 02/2024.

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