Summary: Pros: - The mouse fits my hand well and doesn't feel like cheap plastic - Can adjust the sensitivity / resolution on the mouse with the buttons behind the scroll wheel - 'Sniper' button on the side lets you temporarily lower resolution to make fine tune adjustments to cursor position (for aiming or photo editing) - Management software from Corsair lets you adjust button tasks with ease - Cord doesn't tangle easily Cons: - Gunk can collect along the outside edge of the...
Summary: This mouse is my favorite mouse to date. It's well weighted and a clean design. The top is smooth and sides are rough so I grip the mouse perfect with no annoyance. the open design allows airflow and I've yet to be bothered with a sweaty hand after extended use. The DPI changing buttons are there when you need them but out of the way when you don't. The thumb-button provides a comfortable natural resting spot for my thumb now and it's too easy or difficult to press.
Summary: This is a quality mouse and I like the fact that you can change the tracking resolution on it via a pair of buttons behind the scroll wheel. Sniper mode button is cool too. Mouse is comfortable and fits in my hand (i have pretty big hands so I find most mice give me cramps as they are too small). It is made of good materials and I feel it will last a long time - nothing feels cheap about it. It has a heft to it but it is not so heavy that fatigue would be a concern.
Summary: First I'm a gamer by hobby, I have bought several different gaming gear for my pc over the past 10+ years. (was a console gamer since i was 10) The biggest thing about gaming is the controls, they matter in game and actual hardware, with consoles its the actual controller, which provides all the functions of the game in your hands.
Summary: great feel, great weight, have little use for the sniper button, but when I do use it it functions perfectly. software for defining keys works well. ten out of ten for this, i highly recommend it.
A week of research, ended up with this awesome mouse.
27 November 2012
Summary: I came from using the Logitech Anywhere MX wireless. I was looking for a decent gaming mouse and after a week of research, I ended with this one. Before that, I went out to BestBuy and got a Logitech G700 wireless for $59.99 after reading so many good things about it. However, I ended up returning it the next day because I absolutely dreaded the "sand paper-ish" grip, which actually made my palm sweat only 5-10 mins into using it.
Summary: Took the thing out of the package, came with a few pieces of paper. Plugged it in, lit up and worked right away. The bottom has some weights you can screw out to adjust to your liking, but I found no need for that. Im only a teen, and this thing fit comfortably in my hand. No adjustments for me, just plugged in and played. The front lit up, with a very nice blue LED. Not shabby at all.