Summary: This is my first gaming mouse so i don't have much to compare it to but overall its a great mouse. It feels good in the hand and the sensor is very accurate. It goes up to 8200 DPI so if you're running 4K or a lot of monitors it can be useful. the buttons are placed very well and have a nice sound when you click them.
Summary: It's an amazing mouse that's super cheap... Kind of like the badassery in all of Chuck's films at your local DVD bargin bin. Everything works, feels solid (more than anything I ever used from TT top line), only cost me 40 bucks, less than half of my preview mouse that never worked right from tt sports. Love the lack of the glow since my bedroom is my studio and gaming set up.
Great mouse until it stops working - Corsair support not very impressive
Eric Hammon, Amazon
17 December 2014
Summary: When it is mechanically sound it is a great mouse but there seems to be a design flaw with the scroll wheel. Numerous people have reported doing an RMA on this mouse to get a new one. The scroll wheel gearing breaks down or the center button click of the wheel stops working. Mine didn't even make it 6 months with fairly light use before the scroll wheel click button quit working.
Great mouse, but not for palm grip or medium/large hands.
Brandon R., Amazon
3 December 2014
Summary: I like the look and feel of this mouse a lot, it looks elegant for a mouse because of the simplistic looks by not having 500 mouse buttons and all sorts of weird patterns and lines and colors, and the aluminum underbody gives it a unique look. My only problem with the mouse is how small it is. I have relatively small hands, somewhere in the small-medium size I'd say, and this mouse feels very small in my hand using a palm grip.
Summary: Still works great nearly a year later, I LOVE this mouse and would buy it again. It's tough string threaded wire, aluminum chassis, sturdy plastic, defined rolling wheel, and overall design with the back left open make this excellent for gaming & long term use.
Summary: If you purchase this mouse, it is AWESOME, however, the software instructions are to big, here's a quick user guide to remap those extra keys including the Sniper button. Enjoy, but please be sure to read the instructions carefully and look for the keys and buttosn within the software that I refer to, it truly is very easy this way. Enjoy! How to assign keys to mouse: 0. Choose the "button Options" tab (from the four stacked options to the right) 1.
Summary: in 2005 i bought Logitech G5, nad it served me very well, but lately i felt that left click gets weaker( still works but it feels a little weaker). I wanted to get g500s but it got discontinued and i dont like new Logitech line up. I pick this up for 39.99 so price is good, mouse looks great, materials used are high quality. One problem- it is small, and this sniper button is placed too far- i have to move my whole hand to reach it( im 6'1 and my hands are not small)...
Summary: one of the best mice I have ever used. It's perfect for a small-medium size hand. Being a male with a smaller size hand, it fits perfectly. Click are light with a bit of resistance and the scroll wheel isn't rock stiff but it's overall smooth to roll
Summary: This mouse is perfect! almost. It is extremely high quality. I previously had a Razor Death Adder, and I wanted a mouse just as good, but did not have the Razer symbol. The razer symbol contains the evil trinity, and I believe also is a curse of death. When I discovered this I trashed the Razer deathadder mouse. This mouse feels just as smooth as the deathadder, and works just as well. The sniper button is also a great feature!