The Thor is a simple mouse that lacks the advanced features found in the top-of-the-line gaming-grade mice on the market, but it still has five functions (four buttons plus the scroll wheel) that can be programmed through a very simple and effective application. The application is miles apart from the Ghost software that controls Gigabyte’s more advanced peripherals. It only lets the user assign new functions and set three resolution levels.
The product’s target is the player on a budget, who wants a low-cost mouse but still needs a few essential gaming-grade features. Details that claim a higher price tag – Teflon feet, cloth-wrapped cable, weight adjustment cable, internal memory – were cut. Lack of internal memory, for instance, means that the configuration done by the user is lost once he or she trades computers.