The Flick has a narrow low-profile shape and is actually smaller than many other gaming mice at 2.63(W) x 4.88(L) x 1.13(H) inches / 126 x 68 x 40 mm. This mouse is so deceptively small that we almost thought we were using a laptop mouse.
The Flick has onboard memory that can store up three profiles. Each profile can hold three DPI settings and the current setting is shown by three faint red LEDs that shine through the gap on the left side.
There are six buttons – the two primary buttons, the scroll wheel, a button on top, and two thumb buttons. These buttons as well as the rolling the scroll wheel in either direction can be assigned custom commands with the software.