Excerpt: Ill start off by marking its ergonomic shape, i have medium sized hands, and the grip and the way your thumb rests is really nice. I cannot Palm this mouse with my hand but with gunning and sniping, the claw method feels fine.
Summary: This mouse was great in the beginning, but after about a year the tracker started to be horrible and would randomly stop tracking for fractions of sections while working which drove me insane. I've bought 2 of these and both have the same issue, one sooner than the first.
Summary: I liked the feel of the mouse, but it wouldn't track correctly on any surface I tried. This seems to be a consistent problem with optical mice. I would recommend picking up a laser mouse instead.
Summary: This mouse is more comfortable in my left hand, honestly if I didn't have the buttons to indicate that it is a right handed mouse I would have sworn that I had gotten the left handed version of this mouse, It's absolutly terrible. The scroll wheel is placed to far back on the mouse to be used and the Dpi button are impossilbe to reach in game or really even out of game, It's to light, the grip may as well not even be there and it's not even an adequate replacement for...
Pros: It works as a mouse
Cons: terrible ergonomics that renders the product completely useless to me
Excerpt: The Gigabyte M6900 is a wonderful mouse, especially at its price-point of only 30$ on sites like Newegg. I haven't been keen on Gigabyte quality before so I tested my luck with one of their mice to replace my old DELL mouse I got from a friends old build. It was surprisingly big, the rubber has a tough grip, and it has nice weight to it (My personal preference, I like heavier speakers, mice, and keyboards as they feel more comfortable to move and use.
This mouse uses bog standard red LED optical technology, and is terrible at tracking on glossy surfaces.
Daniel Gould "dan", Amazon
14 October 2014
Summary: There are two horrible things about this mouse: 1. It is terrible at tracking except on matte surfaces. Even on a slightly glossy table, the mouse barely responds to movement. This is probably due to using red LED optical technology instead of a laser. 2. It comes in very wasteful packaging (a thick plastic box) I literally cannot see how this mouse is better than a cheap £5 optical mouse except for aesthetics.
Summary: As a professional programmer running 3 laptops and 2 desktops I have been through a few mice, and a few have accompanied me around the world. I went through a phase of buying el-cheapo mice from various online vendors only to have them fall apart, cables fatigue and so forth and so I thought I would invest in 3 of these beauties since the reviews were quite glowing. Comfort is fine, ergonomics fine, resolution fine and the change in modes gives very decent response.
Summary: I recently purchased a new gaming PC and after reading the reviews here I decided to buy the M6900 gaming mouse to go with it - what a mistake! The mouse is very light and feels flimsy, worse still Windows only recognises it as a standard 2-button mouse when you first plug it in. I went on the internet and downloaded the G-Mouse software (I couldn't find a specific mouse driver).
Excerpt: QCK padon nagyobb rántásnál össze vissza szaladgál. Aki fps játékokhoz szeretné megvásárolni az most felejtse el és aldozzon 10k fölötti egérre. Only Logitech (nekem anno mx510 volt ami 15kba került és 6 éve bírja, csak a gombok szarakodnak :))