Finalmouse Air58 Ninja

Finalmouse Air58 Ninja


Sensor : Pixart PMW3360Hand orientation : Left and Right
Buttons: OmronWidth :6.0cm
DPI : 400/800/1600/3200Length : 12.8cm
Polling Rate in HZ : 500Height : 4.0cm
Connection : Wired Weight: 58gm
Cable : 1.9 metres, soft braidShape : Ambidextrous
  • Super Light with great shape
  • Flexible Cable
  • 3 Years Warranty
  • Flawless 3360 PWM Sensor
  • Limited Availablity
  • Like previous Final Mouse.
  • 500Hz polling rate

Build and Shape

Well, it likes the previous final mouse, but they came with some more features which will make the Air58 Ninja more different. As we already mentioned, it’s only 58 gm, but in reality, it’s 63 gm. However, it’s still the lightest mouse we have discovered. The lightweight makes it more perfect for gaming as you will feel free while moving it likes nothing is on your hand, and that’s why I saw many Pro gamers are loving it.

As per old final mouses, it contains holes, but here you will get something different that is, it also includes holes on the side surface which will increase the grip.

As per our standard mouses, whenever we push back the wire of the mouse, the mouse also moves with it. But in air58 Ninja it doesn’t happen, which will increase the smoothness.

Do you worried about the holes? Do you think you need to clean the dust or anything drops in the mouse?

Don’t worry; the inside is fully protected dust and moisture. So, one drop of water not going to kill this mouse.

Button’s And Wheel

Well, the primary buttons and the sides buttons are placed in the perfect place, so one can quickly get buttons under the finger. There are two primary buttons- left and right, two side buttons – on the left side, scroll click, and below the scroll wheel the dpi switcher.

It feels good to click the buttons, and they give decent feedback. In my opinion, the Scroll wheel is also good enough, but it’s not too grippy to hold as I have seen in other gaming mouses.

Sensors and Performance

The Air58 Ninja packed with PMW 3360 Optical sensors, the same sensor from their old mouse. What does the sensor do? Well, it tracks the flawless moves and with no apparent smoothing. I can’t say more about the sensor but, a top-tier sensor combined with cable.

If you ask me about the Features and software they used in Air58 Ninja! My answer will be null as the mouses don’t have RGB, No wireless, and no software. That’s me just plug and play bros.