VicTsing MM057 Review

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Updated November 1, 2022
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You need plenty of DPI options and a good polling rate for the best mouse. The VicTsing MM057 isn’t the greatest in either category but offers plenty of options within a comfortable design to make it a solid choice for gamers on a budget. And with its long connection distance, it supports various gaming setups. So, if you’re ready to connect this mouse to your computer, read on.

Why We Like It – VicTsing MM057 Review

With an ergonomic design (like the Zowie mouse), a good variety of DPI settings, and good polling rates, this wireless mouse is best suited for the hands of a gamer on a budget.

  • Works up to 33 feet
  • Adjustable DPI levels
  • Good choice for a budget
  • Has a USB receiver
  • Lacks a wired cable


For what you pay, the VicTsing MM057 does well for casual gaming. DPI levels are wide, with 5 options: 800, 1200, 1600, 2000, and 2400. The polling rate is average, with only two options: 125Hz and 250Hz. It has a really good connection distance of 33 feet, making it ideal for couch setups. Unfortunately, that good connection is linked to a USB nano receiver, rather than Bluetooth. Make sure you have an open USB port. As for battery life, it really depends on the brand you use. The VicTsing MM057 is not rechargeable, unlike the Apple Magic Mouse 2.


Not only does the VicTsing work well, but it also feels good in the hand. It has concaves and curves that allow your fingers to rest comfortably. Even the scroll wheel scrolls smoothly with enough response that it doesn’t feel loose or break too strongly. It doesn’t have a glossy exterior like the MadCatz Eclipse Mobile mouse, which leaves ugly fingerprints. But, it’s much nicer to use. This is incredibly different from the strange and uncomfortable design of the Microsoft Arc Mouse. DPI settings can be changed by tapping the button near the mouse wheel. It would’ve been better if it didn’t stick out so far, perhaps closer to the shape of the mouse. Sometimes you’ll tap it by accident.

Related: Check out the Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse, which has two smart features: the battery clamp.


So, why or who would use this? If you want to get the most out of your games—the fastest response times, and so on—then this mouse is not for you. Wired mice will always be superior in that regard. But if you’re on a budget and need a good mouse to serve you well, then the VicTsing MM057 is a solid choice. It’s only $11, plus free shipping. Consider upgrading to the Logitech M510 or the Logitech G602 if you want better performance.

VicTsing MM057 Review Wrap Up

The VicTsing MM057 Wireless Mouse takes a few wrong turns, but overall is a good package; the sum of its parts is more valuable than individually. It still performs well as a wireless mouse, though the nano receiver is a bummer. It has enough DPI levels for variety and can work at a great distance.

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