SilverStone Raven Gaming Mouse RVM01B

  • SilverStone Raven Gaming Mouse RVM01B
75
Based on 13 scores, 34 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    2
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    4
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Well made, Sensitive, works on any surface, Easy to use, Tracks very well
  • Amazing styling, Well balanced, Great response, Unique design and features, Organic LED Screen, On the fly DPI switching, Programmable Profiles, Eleven buttons including scroll wheels, Up to 3200 DPI sensitivity
  • Great Shape, Smooth Glide, Weight Balanced, Easy software, Macros, 3200 DPI

Cons:

  • Large and heavy mouse, Scroll wheel on side can be annoying and get in the way, Display covered by hand when using
  • Large Scroll wheel on the left side, Too many buttons, Some buttons hard to reach, Not able to reassign button functions in Windows mode, Cant read the LCD when using Mouse

Expert reviews and ratings

By OCModShop on 60

The SilverStone Raven Gaming Mouse has the potential for a great gaming mouse. It supports multiple profiles, a neat OLED display, a high DPI rate, and it just looks cool. Unfortunately one of the design choices made greatly affects how usable the...

By Atomic MPC on 72

Won’t win awards for ergonomics, but decent...

By XtremeComputing on

To be brutally honest I couldn’t quite get on with the SilverStone Raven, mainly because of its physical size and the fact I constantly had to shift my hand around on top of it whilst gaming. I put this down to the fact my hands are, I think,...

By Custom PC on 66

The Raven is an innovative design with a lot of features and comprehensive control over its dpi settings. However, the bulk of the second scroll wheel causes issues when gaming, and most of the sensitivity options are gimmicky. The Logitech G9 is a...

By LanOC Reviews on 70

Silverstone spent a lot of time designing and putting together a very good looking and comfortable mouse. Even with all of that time I believe they focused too much on the 3D scroll wheel and reinventing the mouse. Because of that they much needed...

By AsiaOne on

It has over-the-top features and bling, but if Silverstone had put ergonomics higher on its list, the Razen might just be a better...

By Geek.com on

As gaming-specific hardware becomes increasingly prevalent we are beginning to see the devices get a bit more outlandish in attempts to do whatever is possible to eek out a bit more performance. Sometimes these little extras work, sometimes they...

By Testfreaks on 80

The Silverstone Raven is competing with the top gaming mice manufacturers out there today, and for a first attempt at it, Silvestone has done an admirable job overall. The Raven though isn’t without it’s faults, and it’s certainly one...

By PCWorld New Zealand on

Silverstone isn’t exactly a name connected with gaming peripherals, but the company is looking to change that with its new gaming mouse dubbed the Raven.First things first, the design of the mouse tells us two things; that the engineers at...

By Tbreak.com on

Silverstone is taking the gaming mouse market head on with the Raven by producing a mouse with perfect 50/50 weight distribution and carbon fibre to save weight and give it a sturdy construction. The side scroll can be used for a lot of things during...

By PCFlip on 60

If you are in the market for a mouse that has a lot of bling and bold design, or even a mouse for your workstation, then this is the ideal mouse for you. But if your looking for a mouse for the hardcore gaming scene well you may run into some issues...

By Modders-Inc on 70

SilverStone has jumped in the mousing arena whole heartily with the Raven and its implemented innovative ideas. The LCD screen, rocker style center buttons and left side buttons are certainly great ideas and each has it own good merits. I am just not...

By ThinkComputers on 80

After using the SilverStone Raven Gaming Mouse for quite some time I found myself actually getting used to it, while I really didnt expect to after my first uses of it. Certainly SilverStone has created an innovative product as the design is unlike...

By TechwareLabs on

All together, these features paint a contradictory picture of the ideals behind SilverStones Raven. The sensor and the sensitivity adjustment point to hardcore gamers as a target market, while The Flip3D and OLED-display based sensitivity control...

By Pureoverclock on

Silverstone is trying to jump into a mouse market that is almost exclusively dominated by two companies, Logitech and Razer. This is no small feat. And in true Silverstone fashion, theyve pushed the envelope wtih a very innovative product that is...

By Phoronix on 80

This is SilverStones first attempt at making a laser mouse and we must say we are quite pleased. SilverStone relied upon KYE System Corp, Philips, and Freescale in creating this mouse, but they have still managed to end up with a rather unique mouse...

By Hardware Canucks on

Just from looking at the RAVEN, it is obvious Silverstone put a ton of effort into the design. Carbon fibre and durable plastic give the mouse the weight to scream high quality. Meanwhile, perfect balancing allows you to move this thing as fast as...

By HardwareLogic on 88

Overall, the SilverStone Raven Gaming Mouse is a powerful mouse. It did suffer in design and construction, however, the one major flaw is also one of its main selling points. The 3D flip wheel could have been placed better and could have been smaller,...

By Benchmark Reviews on 85

I like what SilverStone has done with the retail packaging for the Raven. I am already a fan of crows, and ravens are birds of the same family, so it adds a little something for me that there are accents on the package. Additionally, theres plenty...

By ExtremeMHz on

If there werent enough options out there already for gaming mice, more and more companies are venturing into this market, including some you may have never thought would jump into input devices. Heck, even OCZ now has gaming mice. However, this...