The team behind GM41 wireless is glad to see the positive reception from the community and many reviewers towards the wireless connectivity performance of MSI’s first lightweight gaming mouse. We’d like to share some insight into how the mouse’s wireless connection is able to achieve high marks with signal integrity and latency.
1. Shortening the Signal Transmission Distance
With some wireless gaming mice, plugging the wireless dongle into the PC may put it far away. This distance can result in longer processing time for the signal transmission and an increased likelihood that the signal is distorted by interference from other wireless devices. The practical solution we’ve provided is by bundling the charging dock which both extends the length of the dongle’s physical USB connection and encourages gamers to keep the dongle near the mouse.
2. Latest RFIC Technology (Radio-frequency Integrated Circuit)
By integrating the latest RFIC components and circuitry, GM41 wireless stays on top of the game. Tighter reliability offers a better user experience, faster response, more stable refresh rate, smoother and more precise tracking compared to older technology.
3. Interruption-proof Frequency-hopping Technology
GM41 wireless utilizes the latest interruption-proof frequency-hopping technology.
In brief, this technology improves the wireless experience by scanning the frequency channels in its environment and then hopping to a channel with no interference resulting in a more stable connection. In the lab, we put this mouse to the test!
With a fast signal jammer and a slow signal jammer in a controlled test environment, we compare the connection stability of two mice from other brands to the GM41 wireless.
We’re gamers making a wireless mouse for gamers so we know that gaming sessions can go on for a long time. We set up our experiment to last 8 hours and collected data.
As you can see, in our hash environment, GM41 Wireless maintained a stable 1000 Hz polling rate with infrequent deviation.
Other brand A
Looking at other brand A, the signal integrity is a lot looser and the connectivity is pretty unstable.
Other brand B
The other brand B mouse shows frequent periods of instability with the polling rate dropping as low as 50Hz. It is during those times the signal is being completely jammed in our test environment!
In conclusion, the GM41 wireless maintains a more stable wireless connection compared to its competitors in our signal interference test. It’s clear for anyone wanting to experience the best a wireless gaming mouse can offer, GM41wireless is a top choice!