Summary: Haven't tried macros on any of the additional buttons. Can't speak to their function. The layout on them is not that bad though. My key things for mice are: 1) friendly grip for me 2) accurate - no drift or travel with cursor (burn Razer!).
Pros: -Accurate. No wobbles or random travel of cursor -Sensor on it is sharp -Great fit for fingertip grip -Great DPI range Got this mouse on a bit of a random cast of the dice on mice. Previous mouse is a Logitech G9x and it's been slowly dying, so got this to replace it after trying a LOT of mice. GREAT shape for a fintertip style grip (or claw), especially if you have a large hand (I have a large hand with slender fingers, my fingertips hang over the edge of most mice i...
Cons: DPI switch is single button, "one-way". You can change DPI, going higher only and then starting back at lowest DPI. The G9x has me spoiled.
Summary: Going to give it another day or so, try tweaking it, alternate mouse pad, reload driver/software again, see if that fixes. If it doesn't, it'll be RMA time with a more comprehensive update here. 2 Eggs as a warning shot.
Pros: Looks great. Finally something with a nice fit for a person with a big hand, with long fingers who uses a fingertip grip!
Cons: I can sit and watch my cursor wobble. Leaving the mouse sit on the desk, with no outside vibration or movement sources, sitting on various surfaces, and the cursor is doing this little jig across the computer screen. Just this little wobble, as it slowly dances in one spot, or wanders a little bit off in what seems a random direction. Not thrilled about this. This is the same reason I refuse to buy Razer's junk.
Summary: I come from a ball mouse that I used for 10 years. I gamed a lot with it at a good level and just didn't want to make the switch to a newer and more gaming oriented mouse. I was looking at gaming mouses for a while and I saw this mouse on sale at 40 something $. I went for it and don't regret it. It looks good, its not expensive. The only thing is I need to get used to it big time.
Summary: Nothing else to say, Good price Good product, simple as that.
Pros: For the price, this mouse delivers, I'm happy with the feel the accuracy, and the amount and placement of buttons. The RBG lights are cool, and the Weight changeability is not a feature that I expected at this price range. Additionally, the price is a good match to the quality of this product, you get what you pay for, nothing less.
Cons: The ONLY con I can think of, is that it stores an uneven amount of DPI presets (5), this makes it impossible to make it behave like a precision aim mode, because there has to be a repeat in the loop, Example: 2600 > 1300 > 2600 > 1300 > 2600, Two 2600's in a row.
Summary: If you're an MMO gamer like myself, and you need those extra mouse buttons, then this is the mouse for you. Every button is placed in easy to access spots, so no need to have your fingers wandering around looking for em. [IMPORTANT NOTE] For those of you who are wondering like I was... Every individual button is programmable to ANYTHING you desire. That is 11 programmable buttons in total.
Pros: As any consumer and gamer, I was a little skeptical about buying this mouse due to the lack of information and reviews on it. But I took my chances, as I had a really good feeling about what I was getting myself into. Got it overnight with the 2-day shipping (free) trial thing. Plugged it in, installed the driver; fell in love with it. The ergonomic feel is perfect. It even has this little ledge on the right side where I keep my right ring finger clawed onto. It also ...
Cons: The top compartment plate for the added weights is a little annoying since it's held down via magnet. Every time I put my hand on it, it pushes down a TINY bit. Afterward, there's no problem past that.
Summary: been using it for few months now It has the buttons in the right place (im right handed) to play BF4 or WOW the wheel is smooth and quite accurate,easy to click very light even with all the weights inside shape very good,i'm one of these players who keep hand on desk all time and move the mouse only with my fingers,much better then for example logitech g300 why 3stars then when the mouse seems so great?
Summary: I was loving the mouse, gave me considerably more kills on shooters and much more accurate than my other mouse which my dad gave me... Though after a month and a half it just decided to die. Conveniently after the send back is done, and now I am stuck with a broken mouse. The hell with this. Oh well I will be saving up more to buy another one...
Summary: I absolutely love my mouse. It's so sweet I like how you can customize the colour of the mouse and you can program all the buttons on the mouse. I use it for Guild Wars and it makes game play very easy.
Summary: Got my mouse on sale a month or two ago, the mouse performance is fine but
there was a fault in the cord that slowly grew worse over time. Now it only
connects on a certain angle. Worth it for the money, I guess, just don't expect
it to last very long.
Very good quality with customised buttons and colours..
29 May 2013
Summary: I am really surprised with how good quality this mouse is, for this price I think it's really worth it's money. It moves really smooth on the desk and I find the changeable DPI very useful. It was well packed and comes with additional weights which are really easy to fit in. The USB cable is of very good quality too.. Overall really pleased, to the point where might look into different products of this brand ..