After shopping around for a new mouse to replace my Model O it led me to the OOX. Good sensor, good switches, in a nice form? Sounds pretty good!
So I ordered one, and when it came in I was very pleasantly surprised by the nice minimal packaging it came in, keeping everything in a box half the size of my other mice.
As for the mouse itself, it's very light and I was worried it might feel...cheap(?). After using it for the past week on a daily basis I have to say these fears are squashed. The OOX feels very good in your hand it's plastic shell feels very solid, the clicks are firm with a distinct yet not overbearing sound to them, and the scroll wheel moves with purpose, each click forward and back feeling solid.
The feet move well across my old mouse pad, granted more could be desired from this mouse pad than the feet on this mouse.
The OOX cable is solid; if a little on the stiff side, but is definitely high quality. It came with the USB sensor as well as a USB-C extension allowing me to get a good wireless connection right here under my monitor.
There doesn't seem to be any software support, nor is there much to need software support for with no RGB to manage and everything there being programmable on the mouse itself via the buttons on the bottom.
As my first wireless purchase and my most recent ergo mouse purchase I can say I am very pleased with the quality and feel of the OOX.
As an avid high level competitive shooter enthusiast (radiant in valorant, A+ esea) I have tried nearly every mouse available on the market. This mouse is amazing and consistently remains my favorite mouse. The build quality is excellent, the clicks on both mouse clicks and side clicks are visceral, and the tactile steps on the scroll wheel feel amazing. With all that being said, this is an awful mouse when it comes to precision shooters. The LOD of this mouse, specially this sensor, is the most distracting thing I have ever experienced. In a world where millimeters make the difference between winning a gun fight, or losing, unintended movements caused my faulty tracking is a deal breaker. I loved the form factor and function of this mouse so much, I bought a second copy with expedited shipping ($100) just hoping that this jarring LOD issue was due to a defective copy. Unfortunately the issue was present on both copies. I even took a belt sander to my original copy, making the mouse bottom perfectly flat, hoping to solve the issue through different feet and height combinations, to no avail.
TLDR: If you are care about competitive gaming stay away from this mouse until they upgrade the sensor, or release software to change LOD. If they do either, this is a top tier mouse and is a phenomenal deal for the price they are asking. Until then, this is used for my office/ work mouse and nothing more.
Origin One X Wireless Ultralight Gaming Mouse
Only problem with the mouse is the hollow sound after putting the mouse back on the desk; it can be a little annoying after a while, albeit a small problem. Perfect shape for me after Razer Deathadder and Glorious Model D
So I've only been really interested in gaming mice for a year now, but in this time I've tried the GPW, GPX, Viper Ult, Viper Mini, G502, Orochi V2, and G302, and the longest one that I kept was the GPW.
The Ninjutso Origin One X, is my current daily driver which I've used for a month now and I've sold everything else. It has the best clicks I've tried, no perceptible difference between this sensor and any of my old mice, and no perceptible input lag from Ninjutso's wireless tech. I'm sure you can find the difference with some special instruments, but based on feeling alone, no I can't tell the difference. Now I have a Xlite Pulsar Wireless too, which is an EC2 shape, but the OOX fits fingertipping better. M1 and M2 on the OOX are to me, the best clicks I have experienced so far.
Downsides, sure. Logi and Razer's build quality (not long term reliability but the premium feeling you have in your hands) is 10/10. The OOX is 8/10. There are sharp edges (but they don't touch my hands thankfully) around M1 and M2, and the line where M1 meets the side buttons are very slightly off. But these are small things compared to the overall package. The feet are more control than gliiiiiiiddddedeee, and they are easily remedied, although there aren't Tiger Ice feet for it yet.
Overall, this is the most satisfying mouse purchase I have made in my journey, especially when you consider price to performance ratio.