The market for gaming mice is certainly saturated and has been for a long time now. It’s getting even more saturated as more and more people are streaming and playing video games than ever before. So any company looking to be successful in the gaming mouse business really needs to stand out in some way from everyone else. That can be a tough thing to do but Redragon has managed to do that, at least in my eyes, with their Redragon M721 Pro Lonewolf2 gaming mouse.

M721 Pro Lonewolf2 Features

Programmable Buttons: Ten programmable buttons and fire button. Equipped with macro functions, there are 10 programmable buttons on this gaming mouse. This allows quick access to specific gaming actions without a series of complex keystrokes. The rapid-fire button gives you the edge you need during those intensive FPS battles. Software is downloaded directly from the RedragonShop website here: M721 Pro Lonewolf2 Software.

Durable, Wide Compatibility: Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads for ultimate gaming control. 20 million clicks lifespan, 6ft braided-fiber cable with gold-plated USB connector ensures greater durability. Perfectly compatible with Windows 2000/ME/XP/03/VISTA/7/8/10 as well as Mac OS.

Professional Gaming Mouse: M721-PRO mouse is designed with 5 adjustable DPI levels (1000/2000/4000/8000/16000) to meet your multiple needs. DPI can be adjusted freely by ±100 from 100 to 32,000. Besides, built with 4 polling rate (125/250/500/1000 Hz) and advanced PAW3335 sensor, this mouse will maximize the gaming accuracy and response, and it won’t lose track at any DPI level.

Comfort & Precision: This gaming mouse is an essential computer accessory for die-hard gamers with its aggressive design. You will be amazed by the comfort, accuracy, and precision of this mouse! You can enjoy a wonderful clicking experience without disturbing others. It is an optimal choice in the office, library, or dorm-room.

Customizable RGB Backlight: 16.8 million RGB LED color options (LED Backlight can be disabled). 10 programmable buttons, 5 memory profiles each with a dedicated light color for quick identification. Comes with a magnet weight tuning set (9.4 g), very easy to change the weight to suit your preference.

About The M721 Pro Lonewolf2

Let me start by saying, for a price of $34.99 you likely don’t expect much from a gaming mouse. Today it seems you often have to spend $100 or more to get a decent gaming mouse. A lot of that presumption is due to Razer and their products which are good, but can be pricey. The Redragon M7210 Pro Lonewolf2 does a lot of what a Razer mouse or other brands do, but at a much more affordable price.

There are 10 buttons that can be programmed to do just about anything you want within the game you are playing. The device also has 5 DPI settings that go from 1,000 DPI all the way up to 32,000 DPI. I will admit that 32,000 DPI is super quick for me and something I’m not quite used to even after using the mouse for a couple of weeks. I have found that my sweet spot on the DPI scale is right around 16,000 – 20,000 DPI. This may partially be because I’m still relatively new to PC gaming and even more so to gaming with mouse and keyboard.

The M721 Pro Lonewolf2 also allows you to adjust the colors of the RGB around the mouse as well. That’s done via the software that you download directly from Redragon’s website. It takes about 5 minutes to download it, install it and begin using it. Very simple and very user friendly. The link to that software for this specific mouse itself is listed in the first paragraph of this review.

As stated above, the M721 Pro Lonewolf2 has 16.8 million RGB LED color options available and the LED backlight can even be disabled if you’d prefer. With this many choices, you should be able to find your perfect color choice without issue.

One thing I really like about the M721 Pro Lonewolf2 is the fact that is has 5 memory profiles. This means you can set things up for 5 different games and not have to worry about remapping all of your buttons or macros. To top it off, each profile has its very dedicated light color so you can quickly distinguish which profile you are using at the time.

If you like your mouse to have a bit more weight to it then you’re in luck here as well. The M721 Pro Lonewolf2 comes with a magnet weight tuning set(9.4g) so that you can change the weight of the device within a matter of a few seconds.

The movement of the mouse itself as well as the clickyness of the buttons and the way they bounce back after a click are very smooth and comfortable. There is no feeling of having to mash the buttons super hard or really jerk the mouse around to get it to respond. I can’t say enough about how smooth this mouse feels even after several hours of streaming and playing my favorite games such as Valorant, Minecraft, Destiny 2, Rogue Company and others.

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Thanks to the awesome folks over at Redragon for allowing me to review this product as well as the Draconic K530 and the Vata K580 previously. I will be doing a review of their new Redragon GW800 1080p Webcam very soon as well so stay tuned for that here on this site. They have also provided me with a special URL that anyone can use to save a total of 10% off of your entire purchase across their site. So if you’re interested in purchasing the Redragon M721 Pro Lonewolf2, or any of their products, you can click this link: Save 10% On Your Entire Order. I believe if you don’t click the link, you can always manually input DECRYPTED as the code during check out.

Final Thoughts

What sets the Redragon M721 Pro Lonewolf2 apart for me compared to brands like Razer, Logitech and others is the price. For $34.99 you get all of the great things I mentioned above for what is a really affordable price. For all of these features in the above mentioned brands, you’re likely going to pay $100 – $150 for a single mouse. For me, the M721 Pro does everything I need it to and doesn’t make my hand hurt after extensive use. It just feels comfortable right out of the box and takes no time in getting it setup to my liking.

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