From its price-point, I'd say the Echelon fits the "budget" gaming mouse bill. It currently is available for $49.99, £39.98, € 43,90. However, said price invites some unfortunate comparisons with contenders like the SteelSeries Sensei Raw or the Logitech G400s, both similarly priced.
Overall, I am torn on the Echelon gaming mouse. It is a decent mouse, with some interesting additions, but it doesn't actually do anything to stand out. The build quality doesn't match that of similarly priced rodents, and the software, whilst decent enough, could still be improved upon. On the plus side, it has a very easy-to-get used to symmetrical shape, and a very nice feeling rubberised coating.
- Great rubberised side-grips;
- Interesting design;
- Unique software package;
- Somewhat pricey for what it has to offer;
|Build: 7.2||8.1||Sensor: 8.6|
|Ergonomics: 8.5||Features: 8.8
|Price/Quality ratio: 7.5|