Summary: This is a good mouse for BF3, Board-lands, and other FPS. It has the target button that allows you set your DPS to almost nothing for that sniper shot. I like the brushed aluminum frame, really stylish, along with the blue lights.
Summary: Was getting sick of the double click on my performance mx, and just seriously sick of Logitech and their double click issues in general so decided to try something new after 10+years with top end MX mice, i was kinda worried about this mouse originally but i am pleasantly surprise, it is very smooth and sturdy, it does have a very wide stance so it takes some getting used to, but doesnt hurt your hand like some logitech gaming mice, i actually got it for 30 bucks with an...
Pros: Plugs in, Dpi, Soft touch, precise, nice braded cord, easy to scroll wheel, soft texture of top, sturdy and smooth
Cons: kinda wide, sandpaper grip on sides feels weird for the first couple days
Summary: Pros: mouse is comfortable, well balanced, feature rich, and precise. Cons: software is difficult to use (no tool-tips, unintuitive), had to search online for drivers. All told, the mouse is fantastic and does exactly what I want it to. I had to fiddle around with it for around a half an hour to figure out how to bind something to the thumb button (sniper button).
Summary: I'm a first time user for these type of mouses and this one is fantastic. The sniper button to help me steady my aim when I'm sniping is just awesome. Great feel to the mouse, sexy look to it and does not feel cheap in any way. My favorite feature is sensitivity buttons in the middle of the mouse. Helps a great deal when I'm playing games like FarCry 3 or Borderlands 2.
Summary: Purchased this mouse after extensive research to replace my first gen Death Adder. Did a lot of research because I'm not only picky about my electronics but also because I'm a claw/fingertip gripper on my mouse and wanted to make sure I would get one that was comfortable for extensive gaming use. This thing gets the job done and then some. It's the most comfortable mouse I've used ot date (razer, logitech, microsoft) and it fits my hand/grip like a glove.
Summary: I have been gaming on console for a while now, and just decided to build a computer just for gaming. Everything on the mouse is great. My only complaint is that the sniper button is too far forward for me to use.
Summary: This is a lot of mouse for the price range. There are only a few others out there that compete well in this price range. I will say that the setup was a bit awkward. There was no disc included (a plus, in my book) so drivers and software come from Corsair's website. The mouse functioned without drivers, of course, but the pointer had a curious life of it's own until the firmware was updated. And, frankly, the firmware and software installation could be streamlined.
Summary: I love this mouse, it works great with BF3 and Boarderlands 2. It is also a good mouse for everyday surfing online. The only reason I took 1 star away is because the Sniper button is placed in a awkward spot. If you a trying to use it in game , you have to stretch to hit the button which will throw your aim off trying to press and hold the button. If they fix the Sniper button position they have a 5 star mouse on their hands.
Summary: After upgrading to this mouse from a Razer Abyssus I am highly pleased. The only thing is, I have completely redesigned my grip on the mouse since transitioning to the m60. I now rest my index, middle and ring fingers across the top leaving just my pinky on the right side as after a few days of using it I found this is the only comfortable positioning for my hand as there isn't enough space on the right side for 2 fingers unless you are clawing it with just the...
Pros: Great feel and size, Buttons are well placed, Awesome price/performance ratio