Summary: * the mouse cord exits the front of the mouse nearly flush with whatever surface its on. I found myself bending the cord a bit so I didn't fight the surface as well as the mouse when moving it.
Pros: * Small--smaller than your average wallet
Cons: * the DPI "up" button is a bit 'mountainous' over the scroll wheel.
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.
Pros: I usually play FPS games. This is the first "optical" (non laser) mouse I have gamed with. Always used expensive laser mice before. So far I really like this mouse for gaming. This mouse is about 2/3 length but pretty much full width of most laser mice. For me the back of the mouse ends just beyond the knuckles of my hand. This is close to ideal for my preferred grip style. (most movement done with the fingertips in a relatively small space). The ring finger rest on t...
Cons: Only three sensitivity settings. I game on the lowest; do desktop on the middle setting. This "con" is the nature of optical mice. In fact, kudos to Coolermaster for staying pure to the native, accurate sensor capabilities and not extrapolating algorithmically other sensitivities.
Summary: This mouse feels like it was custom built for my hand and gaming style. Depending on how you play games it might be exactly what you're looking for as well. The mouse will work for anyone, but its feature set is designed to cater to people who: - use a claw grip (where your fingers don't always lie flat on the mouse) - use relatively low sensitivity (the mouse is excellent if you're lifting and repositioning it often) - use a mouse pad (being optical it won't work on...
Pros: Excellent build quality (materials, switches, and design), "Flawless" optical sensor (no prediction or acceleration, angle snapping can be turned off via drivers), Light weight, very smooth teflon feet, and easy to lift (great for low-sensitivity gamers), Adjustable lift-off-distance via firmware (very convenient and easy to install), Claw grip design (could be a con depending on how you like your mice)
Cons: Wired (not a con for me, but may be for some), The cable isn't braided, but it's glossy and feels durable, Locked to 3 steps for adjusting DPI, but the individual DPI settings can be adjusted via drivers.
Summary: I bought this mouse as a competent replacement for my generic Lenovo mouse. While that mouse still works, it is sluggish for FPS. This mouse is an excellent value (cheaper than Logitech and Razer, to name a few), and it performs remarkably well for a low price. It's also a bonus to have it look very nice in a eye-catching red colour. Recommended.
Pros: -Lightweight and nimble, good for FPS gaming and also happens to function as a great laptop mouse, -It's flat, so my sweaty palm won't touch the mouse if I fingertip or claw grip it., -Mouse is adequate to palm if you have smaller hands (my hand is 7" long), -Finished in a semi-gloss crimson red color that doesn't attract fingerprints, a plus, -Ultra sensitive Omron left and right click buttons, very responsive and nice for twitch gamers, -Has plastic grips for the th...
Cons: -It's wired, but that is negligible due to its light weight for portability., -Scroll button is too easy to actuate when scrolling up (not down, curiously), -Cable could be braided, but it's long, thick and flexible (that's what she said) enough.