Conclusion: On the surface, using a mouse is a very straight-forward affair. I mean, you put your hand on it, and you move it to move the cursor on the screen. You click on its buttons to enable certain functions. Simple, right?
I've owned a couple of cabled mice by Gigabyte and I rate them pretty highly as a manufacturer of decent
M. Cree Esq, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Firstly, I've owned a couple of cabled mice by Gigabyte and I rate them pretty highly as a manufacturer of decent, cheap mice. This is not a gaming mouse. It's nigh on useless in that role. The cursor felt as if it was lagging behind my movements -- I fiddled with the SIM software, changing what limited options were available, but unfortunately it made no difference.
Summary: I bought this mouse in summer of 2013. Despite daily use for 1.5 years, batteries only needed to be changed once. Transmitter has no problems as long as it's plugged into a USB 2.0 port. Like with many other devices, there are problems if it's plugged into an incompatible USB 3.0 port. It's possible the other reviewer experienced lag because of this. I was worried a wireless mouse would be a problem for gaming, but this has been a dream. Would recommend.
Pros: - Excellent battery life.
- Very comfortable design.
- Strong transmitter signal strength.
- DPI adjustment switch allows on-the-fly change to sensitivity.
- Possible to customise buttons (two on the left, one on the right) to emulate any key.
Summary: The worst mouse i ever owned. Replaced it due to lack of sensitivity after 1.5 month lost entire connectivity. Cursor did not move. Applied all basic troubleshooting but no chance. Now it is happening again with replaced one as well, i guess this product has got some serious software issue. I bought a new Corsair M3 one and extremely happy with it. I think Gigabyte should stick with motherboards.
Summary: Got this mouse about a month ago. At first it didn't work well at all - the pointer jumped around, got stuck and other strange behaviour but after I changed the mouse mat, from a cheap one with reflective pattern I got with a PC to another cheap one I got with another PC) it works as well as expected.
Summary: Purchased this mouse for gaming on the go. However the mouse was really disappointing. Does not track very well, and when you swipe across there is a noticeable lag before the cursor moves on the screen.
Pros: -Comfortable for right-handed users
-Plug and Play
Cons: -Transmitter Strength is weak
-Noticeable lag in mouse movements