The Ozone Neon 3K mouse doesn’t look like much. It’s ambidextrous, matte black and features no lighting aside from a dot on the DPI switch button and the Ozone logo, and even then there are only six available colours. Looks-wise, the Neon 3K is not going to set the gaming world on fire. The simple design makes the Neon 3K comfortable no matter what grip type you use and the eight buttons, each of which can be programmed through Ozone software are within easy reach. Underneath the unassuming exterior is what makes the Neon 3K a pleasure to use.
The fast and accurate Pixart 3320 optical sensor is capable of up to 3500 DPI with on the fly DPI and polling rate adjustment. The only tick against the Neon 3K is that the price is pretty steep for such a bare bones mouse.