Summary: Been beating this thing up since 2012. I'm a steady gamer and I show this thing no mercy. I'm an electrician and a guitar player, I by no means baby it. Its cheap, wide and solid. My only complaint is that its a little low in weight. Its gets a perfect score relative to its price.
Pros: Smooth Easy to toggle DPI settings Lightweight
Cons: Died after a year of light use. It just stops responding after being plugged in for 30 minutes to an hour. I have to unplug it and reset the connection, and then do it all over again. And yes, I tried it across three different machines, all to the same effect.
Summary: These have been discontinued as far as I can tell. Newegg has them out of stock and they have been for a long time. The Spawn I replaced it with is also very nice except it must use a software to program the additional buttons as unmodified keyboard keys. I really hope they resurrect the Xornet.
Summary: Great mouse for its price, but if you really want a high quality mouse consider spending $40+ and maybe go for a heavier one, it felt too light for me (but maybe that's just my own taste). If you don't want to spend that much, definitely go with this one. CM makes great hardware.
Pros: -cheap -liked the claw grip -basic black design, no crazy lights or unnecessarily flashy design
Cons: -felt kind of light in my hand, so it could be jostled around too easily -i occasionally found myself accidentally pressing the DPI up/down switches
Pros: This mouse is very nice. The buttons on the side are easy to press and I don't have to struggle as much to reach for the first button on the side with my thumb. The ring finger rest... as I have begun to call it, makes this mouse super comfortable and easy to get used to.
Cons: Not really any cons that I can think of at this point, its held up pretty good so far and I don't see any reason to replace it anytime soon.
Summary: Overall wonderful mouse, recently considered upgrading but actually cannot find a mouse with this much comfort and reliability for claw grip.
Pros: I've had this mouse for over two years. First of all, if that doesn't testify to its durability, I don't think anything will. Purchased originally in July of 2012, I have noticed essentially NO quality degradation. I play MOBAs primarily with claw grip, obviously. If you don't have claw grip, don...
Cons: This might not be much of a con, but the DPI is less than higher-end competitors. My thoughts on this are that 2k DPI is probably all you're really going to need unless you're at a professional level or have extreme OCD when it comes to that. At that point, I'd hope you'd be paying more for your ...