Reviews and Problems with Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse
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worse gaming mice ever
10 December 2010
Summary: ok i bought this at one of the biggest electronics chains. right click button died in less than 2 months, exchanged for another one and this one lasted 3 months and this time is left click button and i returned it for store credit.
Summary: I have been purchasing quality products from creative for over 15 years and have always been quite pleased with my purchases. This fatality mouse would be the exception. The drivers and hardware are a far cry from the quality products I am used to seeing from a world class organization. The top 3 button concept is awesome, one of the reasons I have held on to my very old mechanical mouse, and I thought this "gamer quality mouse" would be a wonderful replacement.
Summary: I have had this mouse for exactly 5 weeks. On the 35th day (5 days earlier I could have gotten a refund) this mouse broke. Reading other people's review of this mouse, I can see that I am not the only one. DO NOT BUY THIS MOUSE.
Summary: I loved this mouse for a good 6 months - then the left clicker began to fail. After a month of slowly failing, it died all together. As others have said before me - this mouse is great for a while but not a smart purchase.
Summary: what can you say about a $40+ mouse when its primary function fails. left clicks started registering as double clicks (annoying in windows) now they fail to register 80% of the time, so guns will shoot then stop then shoot.
Stay away from this mouse, i threw away money on this, don't do the same!
Alexander D. Webster, Amazon
13 October 2007
Summary: This mouse is terrible. I bought this mouse a little over a year ago. And after about 3 months of usage it simple quit responding to most anything you tried to do. I would literally have to click something close to a dozen times before it would actually "Double-Click". Not to mention the feel of the mouse is just too bulky in my opinion. I fell into the hype of the "Fatal1ty" product line, which many gamers did.
Summary: I bought two of these mice for about $10 (together), 2 months ago. It was great for a while but about a week ago started mistaking my single clicks as double clicks. By now, BOTH of them are COMPLETE DISASTERS. They both mistake double clicks for single clicks, and I CANNOT GAME AT ALL! By now, it's a disaster. "The man himself at QuakeCon. Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel is the brains behind the Creative Fatal1ty 1010.
Summary: I got this at a very low price because creative is trying to clear the channel. It still wasn't worth it. The design is okay, but the build quality is awful. The plastic piece that holds the weight in broke off and so I had to glue one of the weights in permanently. My left mouse button also has the intermittent click pressure problem which makes the mouse useless. If you pay for this thing you are insane.
Summary: i bought 2 of these within 6 months. the one for christmas, broke after 3 months, they would NOT replace becuase i didn't not have receipt. I BOUGHT A SECOND ON EARLY APRIL, and it stopped working last week (1 month). I have the receipt this time, and they might give me a new one, but it will stop working in a few months guaranteed. FRAUD< there needs to be a recall.
Summary: I bought the mouse less than 4 months ago and the left mouse button is already broken. When I click the mouse once, it automatically left clicks twice. A $40 mouse should last longer than 4 months. I am very disappointed with the product.