What is the difference between TRACER and the Swiftpoint Z?

What is the difference between TRACER and the Swiftpoint Z?

Both TRACER and Z feature the same ergonomic shape, button placement and basic specifications. But there are differences in terms of hardware/software features and

The Z is our top-tier premium model so has several features not available to TRACER. Including an OLED screen, Gyroscope and Haptic Feedback. Also the deep click feature is available on 5
of the Zs buttons, but only 2 of TRACER’s. Since TRACER does not include a Gyroscope, the accessories relating to tilt functionality are also not included (Tilt Feet and Flight Stick Extender).

    • Related Articles

    • Swiftpoint X1 Control Panel Download (for Z and Tracer)

      The Swiftpoint X1 Control Panel is available for Windows and macOS, and supports both the Swiftpoint Z and Tracer. You can find details on what's new in the latest versions here. X1 Control Panel Downloads Windows: X1 Control Panel V2.0.7.0 Windows ...
    • Z/Tracer - Factory Reset Procedure

      To reset the settings saved in your Z or Tracers's firmware to their defaults, follow the steps below. Unplug your mouse. Hold down the main left and right mouse buttons. Plug your mouse back in while continuing to hold both mouse buttons. On the Z a ...
    • Is there a wireless version?

      We're not working on it now, but a wireless mouse in our professional range is something we investigated while developing the original Z. Unfortunately it wasn't feasible at the time, but we hope to revisit the idea in the future.
    • My mouse stops working after launching the X1 Control Panel

      If your mouse stops responding to mouse movement and button presses when it connects to the X1 Control Panel there may be a problem with the config file that the Control Panel is uploading to your mouse. To check if this could be the case first fully ...
    • The grip pads are coming loose on my mouse

      The grips pads on our Professional range mice are intended to be user replaceable, so they only use a light adhesive. But this should still hold them securely in place during normal use. So if some of the grips are starting to cause problems we can ...