Summary: It's a mouse. Love the DPI selector. Only feature I would like to have would be a clickwheel release to make the scroller smooth instead of the notchy scroll wheel. But honestly, if that's the worst of my issues it's a $40 well spent.
Pros: -Wide -Comfortable in larger hands -Adjustable weights -Well-contoured
Summary: I thought the mouse would last longer given the, at the time, positive reviews. Sadly it has kicked the bucket and I now have to buy a new mouse. I will be doing a little more research this time around.
Pros: Decent semi-programmable DPI and DPI on the fly buttons are nice. Adjustable weight is pretty cool, though not really needed. good size too for palm style users.
Cons: Somewhat cheap material, and the mouse failed after a little over a year of use. The mouse began to shut off intermittently before finally failing completely. The cord seems to be the weak point here since I can wiggle it and the mouse will power on.
Pros: I've had the same mouse and re-ordered a new one for my new working station I got. Mouse actually feels SOLID. Wire is made of mesh-ish kind of material so it won't break. Material definitely is made of good quality. Reponds very well.
Cons: Smaller than most gaming mice, but it fits my hand so I can't complain. But my friend that has a big hand says it's too small.
Cons: - Started to die after 8-9 months of light use It was going really well until the mouse would occasionally go crazy and would track all the way to the bottom (or top) of the screen without being touched. I would make sure the USB was plugged in all the way, that is not the problem. This would res...
Summary: if you think weird things are happening to your tracking, then TURN OFF ENHANCE POINTER PRECISION. that is for ball mice i believe. the RMA process was easy as pie.
Pros: tracking is amazing. buttons are a joy to push, seriously. the middle button is a bit tough though. smooth construction paper (no glossy) works awesome for a mouse pad. glides nice
Cons: buttons started to flake out after about 6 months. started with the middle click. why the middle click!? its always the middle button... then the left and right started to not respond on a occasion.
Summary: I really like this mouse. It's my first gaming mouse (ever), but I m very pleased with it. Some may find the sandpaper grip annoying, but for someone with sweaty hands (like me), it is very usefull. The only problem I have may be linked to the actual firmware.
Pros: Good feel/grip, accuracy, weight, buttons
Cons: DPI switching problem (see below), customisable software could be better (add the option to emulate keyboard keys, more than 4 DPI levels/speed)
Summary: I would not recommend this mouse. However if you have a solution for cord snag, it's not a terrible mouse.
Pros: -DPI switcher (see cons about DPI), -Looks nice, -Side buttons
Cons: -The cord for this mouse is absolutely terrible. It nearly ruins its functionality for me. It's extremely hard to be precise with this mouse considering how thick the cord is, it has extreme cord snag that I can't seem to shake off even after 4+ months of usage. Too bad I can't get my money back....
Summary: This is basically the Corsair M60/65, but cheaper and without the aim button on the left side. I hate those aim buttons. I switched to this from a G9x and don't mind it - it has a similar style / grip / size. I think I paid 25 bucks for it after the MIR - great deal at that price.