Summary: All it could really use is a more precise dpi control (more then 3 settings) and maybe adjustable weight. AND INCLUDE A PURPLE MOUSE PAD, it'll last 1yr+ 9/10 gigabyte, I enjoy this mouse and use it everyday for 8+ hours and have had ZERO PROBLEMS.
Pros: Love the forward/return button, ergonomics,and weight. had mine since july of 2014 and haven't had any problems.
Cons: A lot people do not realize that with a close/same color mouse pad as the laser color will "extend"/ lessen the stress to the eye. see a lot of people complaining about lifespan, its basic color wheel knowledge. When I read the reviews before I purchased it i saw many people saying it died within...
Summary: I see the price now $15 and I'd buy it again especially at that price! However, I really wish to try out some other gaming mice with more options and features and of course much more expensive also. I truly have nothing BAD to say about the mouse.
Pros: Omron switches are excellent, side buttons mediocre but decent. The laser is accurate, no issues. Price (was $25 or $29 when I bought it November/December 2013) customizable buttons (kinda sorta)
Cons: the 'V' shape. wide at the head and too thin for my decent sized paws elsewhere. ( I have rather large/wide palms, I can palm a volkswagon beetle.. joke!) the software is very basic (though usable for the casual gamer) I do find the mouse to be slippery unless you're sweating (go figure,huh?!?!)
Summary: Had NO expectations other then my last gigabyte M8000 which was great just like my logitech g9 till both stopped working. Initially the M7 Thor felt light till i compared Both 1st edition razer copperhead & lachesis.This mouse is WIDER then lachesis & feels MORE like the original boomslang 2000.
Summary: My G500 finally went out and was ghost clicking like mad. Not wanting to spend upwards $70 on a new mouse yet I shopped it out and was pleased to find this one. It flies ( I thought it was an 8200dpi... feels like it sometimes), and my wife can't even use it on the highest sensitivity.
Pros: Laser (It's MY thing) High DPI
Cons: Ergo feel is tough getting used to. Knocking off an egg for how the right side of my hand feels after an extended play session. Doesn't Glow.
Summary: - Cable and scroll wheel aren't as nice as some higher end mice, but I'd rather have the lower price for this mouse. I had some issues with skipping on my macbook pro. At first I thought it was a defect with the mouse, but then I realized it happened with other mice (but was less noticeable).
Pros: - The on-mouse buttons for adjusting sensitivity is fantastic! Convenient and easy to use. - Works on MacOSX (At the time of writing, the software doesn't support MacOSX, but the mouse is fine without it) - Shape of the top of the mouse fits my hand nicely and is much more comfortable than the ch...
Cons: - The sides of the mouse don't fit my hand too well - especially the right side. It's annoying enough that I may end up sanding that part down to fit my hand better.