Speedlink ULTOR and OMNIVI Review

Speedlink ULTOR and OMNIVI Review

Speedlink is not a company I am familiar with, yet loved the modern and unique look of their items. So I decided to reach out and was to get their mouse and keyboard. I have been using them for a couple of months and am totally in love.

Speedlink ULTOR

I love the keys on this keyboard, they are mechanical, but a lot quieter then previous one. It is a lot smaller then ones I have used in the past due the lack of the num pad. They also have a rubber finish to them, which is a lot nicer on my finger tips then the harsher plastic.

This thing looks cool, with its Iron Man red and the black keys with blue leds. The WSAD keys feature a white light, as these are most common for gamers. The cable provided is 1.7 long and is braided making it very durable.  The size makes it feel like I can just pick it and and put it in my bag, which I tend to do now. There is a lack of an arm rest, which isn’t a bad thing but can be a nice addition.


  • Customisable LED keyboard illumination
  • Freely configurable key/button functions
  • Progressive Gaming Mode with 5 profiles, 6 macro keys, swappable WASD and arrow keys, remappable keys plus Windows key deactivation
  • Red mechanical Kaihua Kailh switches, optimised for gaming
  • Maximum gaming comfort thanks to extra-high raised keys for precise keystrokes
  • Simple layout with compact, frameless design and aluminium body
  • N-key rollover for extreme anti-ghosting
  • Powerful macro editor integrated in the driver
  • Internal memory (64kb) for importing/exporting profiles
  • Auto-loading game profiles
  • Selectable response-time down to 1 millisecond
  • Rapid access to 12 practical additional functions
 It features a great build quality, with that excellent excellent key feel. Also due to the compact footprint, it means there is a lot more space on my desk. The Illumiated keys are a nice addition, especially with the darker nights rolling in.

The only negative for me, is the lack of a num pad. This is a big thing for me as I use this more for office work and less about gaming.


Speedlink OMNIVI

Lets talk about the elephant in the room, the look of this mouse. It’s amazing! It looks like a mouse a gamer would have and it feels great in the hand. It’s a very light, smooth-moving mouse with a good positive clicking action on the buttons; the wheel rotates smoothly too. There’s a pleasing gap between the forward and backward side buttons; this makes it very easy to be certain your thumb is on the right button.


  • Professional gaming mouse.
  • Ultra-precise 12,000 dpi laser sensor.
  • 10 freely programmable buttons.
  • Customisable LED lighting with seven breathtaking colours.
  • Sturdy finger rest and aluminium base plate.
  • Profile manager with any number of game profiles.
  • Powerful Macro Editor
  • dpi switch for rapid toggling between resolutions.
  • 6 levels of adjustable sensor accuracy from 800 to 12,000 dpi.
  • Illuminated 2D scroll wheel indicates dpi level.
  • USB polling rate configurable up to 1,000 Hz.
  • Incredibly ergonomic design with grippy scroll wheel and finger rest.
  • Rubberised finish
  • Maximum acceleration: 50 g.
  • Maximum tracking speed: 250 ips.
  • Sensor frame rate: 12,000 fps.

Some aspects of the mouse are higher quality than I’d expect for this price; the cable in particular is fabric-covered, feels very sturdy and doesn’t get itself caught on anything. The actual feel of the mouse body is good but not great – a sort of matt plastic with no rubberised surfaces, and the mouse is physically just a little on the small size. That said it still soundly beats the bargain-basement Logitech equivalents I’ve handled.




Owner of a rooted One and Nexus 7. Mostly write reviews of apps and any hardware I can get my hands on. I frequent Google+ and XDA-Developers.

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