Summary: It's a small mouse (smaller than a MS Optical mouse) and is suited for right-handed claw grip users. The sensor is essentially perfect with the new firmware updates. Above-average mouse,. get it if it suits your needs.
Summary: There is no mice like this. Only Fatal1ty comes very close, which is a much lower quality product. It could have been so much better but the software part is terrible. However if you are looking for simple and adequately priced mouse for FPS games, this is it. Pros: - Great shape. - Great texture and nicely placed rubber pads. - Perfect for claw or finger tip grip. - Good size for smaller desks like mine.
Summary: This is a really nice mouse. I've had it for almost a year, and I play tons of shooters. CSGO, MW2, TF2, BF3, you name it. Extremely accurate, I've never missed a shot once I got used to it. Cons: -A little smaller than I expected -The cable appears braided in the photo, but in the actual mouse you get the standard plastic one. Nothing wrong with the one I got, it's just a braided sleeve would be pretty cool.
Summary: This is a good finger grip mouse for me not like everyone else using it for claw grip. The mouse is lightweight which means you can react fast with it. I don't use it for gaming but more like day to day work and photoshop. When you click on the mouse button you feel great feedback, unlike any other mouse I tried with the exception of death adder. The feedback it provides is a deal breaker. The rubber side padding it great for grip and works. Side buttons click great too.
Summary: First off I would like to say the sensor on this mouse is top notch. I felt the type of control I had in the mx518 days. Which is why I was super dissapointed with the side buttons and discomfort. The side buttons were already faulty and would often not do anything. On top of that, the way they lay and flush made it easy to hit both on accident. Additionally the finger rest on the right side turned out making this a hand cramping nightmare for me.
Summary: I bought this mouse because many places rated it highly for the claw grip style. Unfortunately despite having what I consider normal hand size, I found this mouse way too small for my claw grip. It feels more like a fingertip grip mouse to me, made to keep the palm completely off the mouse. I did not find this comfortable at all. In addition to the small size I found the build quality to be average at best.
Summary: **This review based on Firmware Version 61 and after almost a year of heavy computing and PC gaming usage** Hi, I'm Ryan, and I have a PC Mouse addiction. Seriously! My first mouse ever was the original Microsoft Mouse 1.0 (no scroll wheel) that came with my Gateway 2000 computer sometime in the early 90's. Since then, I've use and tried hundreds and hundreds of mice. Yes, I am serious ... Hundreds.
Summary: * Update Sept 2014: Mouse is still going strong and I haven't had any problems with it. I would estimate 18% of the feet are worn off and there is some red bleed-through on the word "SPAWN". Neither affect operation. *1 month update: I'm still very pleased with this mouse and have had 0 issues with it.* I have had this mouse for one day and already I am in love with it. It fits my hand amazingly (for reference I wear off-the-shelf gloves in a men's size large).