Reviews and Problems with Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse
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Good mouse...for about a month
Kindle Customer, Amazon
23 January 2009
Summary: I bought this mouse right after getting a new laptop and Call of Duty 4. At first I was really impressed with the weights and the button to change the sensitivity. Unfortunately the honeymoon period didn't last long.
Cons: This thing is a truly awful. From the construction where you can add 3 different sized weights that click but don't lock in and will inevitably fall out and roll to the most difficult to reach spot in the room. the left mouse button will alternatively stick or fail to work. This is true from the ...
Summary: FATEL1TY needs to review the products he just slaps his name on a little more closely.
Pros: I was an nice gaming mouse when i got it and it feels good in your hand, but then the problems started.
Cons: My first con is that the weight was loose so i glued it in, no biggie i didn't care, but 3 months later now like everyone else is having this issue my left click is dieing which is very disapointing because the mouse was mostly used for normal computer use and not gaming.
Summary: This mouse sucks, fatal1ty should be embarrassed to put his name on such a horrible mouse.
Pros: It was really cheap, just a penny after rebate... that's it
Cons: Horrible mouse. After 2 months of use, the left click no longer works, same problem as many other people have as well. If you install the software, it automatically turns off mouse-acceleration which i actually like in gaming, can't reverse it for some reason. Mouse is a little too small, and my ...
Pros: adjustable weight, great positioning of buttons
Cons: left click has stopped working after about 6 months. Like previous complaints, I get the double-click issue or the left-click being non-responsive. Very frustrating, I've had $5 mice work for years and this one only works for 6 months? Give me a break.
Summary: Worked great for a while (couple months), but then the left button stopped responding to each click. That happening to a game mouse really hinders your survivability. It takes an average of 3 clicks before the mouse responds in-game, no matter how the settings are.
Summary: Overall, I'm not really dissatisfied because I got the mouse for ten bucks at Christmas. (That's right, I've only had it 4 months.) And it served me well for 4 months. It's a great concept, and if it was quality, I'd choose this over anything else I've played with...
Pros: Excellent overall concept. Once adjusting to the shape, I came to love this mouse for gaming and overall usage. The weight system, as others have commented, is awesome but could use one or two heavier weights. The adjustable dpi helped with games such as bf2142 when in-game sensitivity switching ...
Cons: The thumb button is small, got stuck on occasion, (annoying because it was bound to Vent) and is in a bit a little far back for my hand. But what finally drove me to write this review is something that has just become more of a problem recently. The "double-click" issue mentioned in other reviews...
Pros: Good mouse while it works, the ability to adjust speed of mouse while in game is nice. Mouse feels comfortable and has a couple of extra side buttons which are also nice for gaming.
Cons: Bought two of these, one for myself, the other for my brother. My brothers stopped working after only a month, mine lasted about 3 months. I would not buy this mouse, I took a chance despite hearing these concerns from a few others and ended up with two bad mice (mouses??).
Good concept- poor build quality. Avoid like the plague.
WinkyDobby "I love Poky", Amazon
19 March 2007
Summary: I bought this mouse for gaming a couple months ago and have really enjoyed it's features, particularly the on-the-fly resolution adjustment. I don't think the third button has a real use, however. The real problem lies in the fact that the left mouse button has become nearly useless.