The Alienware AW610M is really a decent gaming mouse. It has a solid, ambidextrous design that feels quite comfortable and should be suitable for all hand sizes when using a palm grip. While it has a good, customizable CPI, regrettably, it’s quite heavy, which may not be ideal for everyone. Its distinctive wingtip design gives you a slight palm rest which is comfortable, though regrettably, it means this mouse may be difficult to use with a fingertip grip.

Alienware Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse AW610M

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Alienware AW610M Mouse Review 1
as of February 2, 2021 3:34 pm


  • 1, 000Hz wireless polling rate In both wired and wireless mode ensuring no loss of performance
  • Latest generation native 16, 000 DPI sensor from PixArt for optimal accuracy
  • Custom adjustable scroll wheel toggle that allows for switching between 12 and 24 steps per scroll wheel Revolution, giving greater precision and control in-game
  • Customizable 16. 8M AlienFX RGB lighting
  • Pre-loaded tension on main mouse buttons for a controlled, crisp, Tactile click feel

Our Verdict

The Alienware AW610M is a decent mixed usage mouse. Its ambidextrous design should be comfortable for most people, allowing you to use it all day without discomfort. Regrettably, it’s quite heavy, which may not be ideal for all gamers. Due to its unique design, it’s not recommended if you prefer to use a fingertip grip.