Main page: Device selection - The Model and size of your product will appear here when it is connected to your receiver or by cable.

Software Settings:
The settings menu gives you access to the software's program options.

Select your displayed language, and choose how you want your program to launch when your computer turns on. If the Start-Up option does not work, please place a shortcut of your software in this location: “C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp”
The version displayed here is the software's version, not the mouse or receiver's firmware version. 

The latest available versions can be found here:
The last section is a link to this current page.

Button Assignment: Mouse basic settings

Firmware: Mouse V0317 - This shows the mouse firmware version, which only appears if the mouse is plugged directly. (If both the receiver and the mouse are plugged, it may or may not appear)
Receiver V1332 - This shows the receiver firmware version, only shows if the receiver is plugged in.

The values shown in this screenshot are the default values for this product (Default values may differ depending on the product)

Debounce Time(ms): This is used to adjust double-clicking, if your mouse double-clicks, increase the number. At over 10ms, the switches are considered defective.

Auto Sleep:  After the time selected, the mouse will enter sleep mode. When waking up, the mouse will lag, so it is recommended not to enter sleep mode during gaming. Reduce the auto-sleep if you wish to save battery.

The mouse buttons labels allow you to assign another function to each button. You must make sure that at least one button has the left click and right click functions.

You can create various settings profiles with the Profile button. 

You can also export your settings into an external file for later. Select your desired settings, then export them into a file. When you want to go back to it, import the file with the import button.

If you restore the settings, the values will go back to default.

Motion Sync:

Motion sync technology guarantees that the mouse transmits sensor information to your computer precisely as frequently as it requests mouse position data.

This option is only available on compatible products (Not the Xlite V1, V2)


This menu allows you to adjust performance values.

You can select up to 3 DPI profiles, and switch between each profile with the DPI button on your mouse or the DPI shortcut on models that do not have a DPI button.

Polling rate: this is the rate of data transfer between your computer and your mouse. For 4K polling, you need to plug in the 4K receiver and use a compatible mouse.

Mouse sensitivity. This allows you to change the speed of your cursor relative to your mouse in a different method than DPI adjustment.

LOD: This option is used to adjust the distance of sensor capture, this can be useful if you use thick mouse feet, or mousepads with different textures/reflections.

Double click: On a Windows PC, to open a folder, by default, you have to double-click on the icon to open it. If the time between each click is longer than the number in these settings, your computer will consider it 2 single clicks, not a double click. This option is used to adjust what your computer considers a double click. If you only want your computer to consider double clicks when you click twice very fast, select the lowest number. 

 WindowsThis can be useful for example if you often have to rename files. On windows, if you press twice slowly on an icon, you can rename the file, but if you double click, it will open the file. If your double clicking speed is too high,you would need to make a big interval to rename the files.

This has nothing to do with double-clicking issues, if your mouse is "double-clicking' meaning it is clicking twice when you press the switch once, it is the debounce rate that needs to be increased, in the main menu.

Angle snapping and Rippling allow to force the cursor to go in a straight line, this can be tested by attempting to draw a line in MS Paint.

DPI Effect: Adjust the color, brightness, and effect of the LED on your mouse. Breathing will make the LED slowly dim in and out. Speed is used to change how fast the breathing mode acts.

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Macro: This is used to create advanced macros.

1. Create a macro by writing your desired title and pressing + (You can change the name using the edit icon)

2. If you have several macros, make sure to select the desired macro on the list

3. Press "Start Record"

4. Just type your desired keys on your mouse or keyboard
5. Press "Stop Record"

6. Make adjustment with the edit buttons
7. In the Buiton Assignment tab, select the label to which you wish to apply the macro
8. Select "Macro" in the list, and select the macro you wish to apply