Try Not To Use A USB 3.x Port Though
The SPC Gear LIX Plus Wireless is very much the same as the wired version, with a bit of added weight thanks to the battery. The shell sports a lot of holes, up to and including the bottom of the mouse. The two main buttons are from Kailh, specifically GM 8.0 (80 M) switches and the mouse uses PixArt’s PAW3370 sensor which can offer between 50 to 19,000 CPI at a polling rate of 1000Hz.
TechPowerUp discovered two things about the LIX Plus Wireless’ connectivity, setting the polling rate below 1000HZ leads to problems, as does connecting to a USB 3.x port. As long as you avoid those two pitfalls you can expect great performance from this mouse. Everything from the switches to the CX52850 MCU are top of the line, which is part of the reason TechPowerUp highly recommends this wireless mouse.