Summary: Bottom line, you can double-click too fast for this mouse to handle. That is totally unacceptable, especially for a "gaming mouse." I did a side-by-side test in the double-click tester of the Windows Control Panel to make sure it wasn't in my head. Compared to some cheap MS mouse this product was to replace, I found it was dropping clicks regularly at a speed it should handle. No bueno.
Summary: This is my first gaming mouse and I absolutely love it. The design is very comfortable and the thumb grip feels great. The 2 buttons near the thumb are a bit high to use during a game but work fine for browsing the web. It is heavier than any other mouse I've used but slides so smoothly you would never know. Add to that the mouse is very responsive and looks very nice. I'm very pleased with this mouse and would definitely buy it again.
Summary: My son bought my an LM3 as a Christmas present. It's a nice design and is comfortable to hold and use but unfortunately my item appears to be faulty. The scroll wheel will either attempt to scroll in a random direction with the slightest touch or will not respond to a fast scroll, which as you can imagine is less than useful when gaming or trying to scroll through long webpages/documents.
Summary: Well, this mouse came in not too long ago, and I returned it. However, I will not give this mouse a negative review, I just returned it because it was pretty monstrous, bulky, and clunky. I thought the LED's looked okay, but overall the way this mouse was designed is kind of weird, the rump where you place your palm is so big that when you take the mouse off the pad and then place it back on the pad, the rump is almost always the first thing to touch the pad, because of...
Summary: I have just ordered this mouse for a replacement for my old Razer which have given me a few years of solid use. This Raptor-Gaming LM3 seems to not want to work very well with Windows 7 I have plugged it in to 2 workstations and the mouse will work for about 5 minutes then it will disconnect from the computer and I will get a pop up stating that the USB connection to the mouse has been dropped.
Summary: First mouse only lasted about 20 min and just crapped out on me. There was no driver download or support from raptor-gaming.com Amazon was prompt in sending me a new one in just three days. No problems with the second one received, I think that the first one was a defect. The only thing I don't like about the mouse is the two buttons on the left hand side. Can't configure them, the only thing the two buttons seem to do is go forward and back in your web browser.
Summary: I bought this as my first gaming mouse, hoping to get something that met my needs and wasn't going to bankrupt my gaming funds. I've had this mouse for about a month now, using it with my Dell Studio XPS running Windows 7 64-bit, and played games such as: the Assassin's Creed games, Mass Effect 2, Portal, and Dragon Age. The mouse has become a constant partner to my Steel Series MercStealth keyboard, and made me one very happy PC gamer girl!
Summary: I have had this mouse for 2 days. It feels excellent in my hand. The adjustable DPI works perfectly and has a very large range. It has some weight to it, but isn't a pain to move around. It is very accurate and fun to use. I would definitely recommend this mouse to any gamer. Set the DPI to 2400 for when you are gaming then back down to 1200 when you are editing your Word documents. The value is great, too, compared to other gaming mice.