Pros: this mouse is absolutely amazing. despite its small size it can really pack a claw grip punch. Yes I said CLAW grip but for people with smaller hands it's easy to palm it. The DPI switcher is nice and tactile as with the other buttons. The surface is a ridiculously comfortable soft touch rubber t...
Cons: The software and customization is limited but I guess I should've seen that one coming.
Summary: I love this mouse and its beautiful design. I got it for $30 in 2012 and it still works perfectly today. Very smooth on screen, smooth on the mouse pad, responsive buttons. The resting space for the ring finger makes this a very comfortable mouse.
Summary: My boy is a picky picky lil dude on his computer mouse. When his old Razer just crapped out one day we went to stores around the DFW area and this mouse was was on every demo shelf we saw. Fry's had 2 but they were opened and everyone else just had the demo mouse in the stores.
Summary: I had this mouse go bad after 1.5 years, but I was still able to RMA it and it's working great again. It has a 2 year warranty, btw.
Pros: - very comfortable, great for claw grips. I think it's greatest for a palm+claw mix - comfortable buttons as well, not too hard to depress, but not too easy to accidentally depress - very grippy, rubber sides - not too heavy, but not flimsy feeling (90g excluding cable weight) - smooth feet, had ...
Cons: - could have a braided cable, but not worth deducting an egg
The ergonomics of a mouse matter much more that the specs inside
16 March 2015
Summary: Higher DPI, laser vs optical, 15 customizable buttons. None of those features are actually that useful in my opinion in judging a great mouse. Its how a mouse feels in your hands after hours of usage that makes it worthwhile.
Summary: Points to consider: - a boon for small handed mouse users. I have had experience with an intellimouse 3.0, MX518, Death Adder along with other low key gaming mice. I was attached to some of those mice specifically the ones I listed because of "ergonomics".