Summary: How hard is it to make a mouse that doesnt have switches that wear out? Seriously.
Pros: Feels great in the hand. Not a busy looking mouse. Variable DPI settings. Lasted a year.
Cons: I must have a knack for buying mice that end up with the dreaded single click = double click / holding left click and getting multiple clicks. The mouse lasted a year so I guess that is ok for what I paid at the time ( 19.99 ).
Summary: I had a GIGABYTE M6800 and bought this to replace it. Now I'm doing the reverse. I've reordered the M6800. I would return this one but it's not worth the trouble. The M6900 will become a backup. I sure hope they fixed the stink-hand problem with the M6800.
Summary: I really loved my old m6900 and it got me through a lot of competitive matches (over other mouse like the CM storm spawn or logitech g700) I was incredibly disappointed with my replacement and will now be looking for a different brand to go with.
Pros: The new rubber side on the right is a really nice touch compared to my previous m6900.
Cons: Like another review said, the tracking is off on this mouse. I owned one previously and it lasted me nearly 3 years. It was the perfect light weight and had the best tracking of any mouse I used to date. The new models however are heavier and no longer have perfect tracking. Im not entirely sure ...
Summary: Maybe I got a dud, but the mouse is varying degrees of inaccurate. I tried changing the settings in the clumsy software that comes with it, I tried Windows' own Mouse settings. Different mousepads and surfaces. The cursor sometimes twitches even when it's holding still!
Summary: Aside from a fast scroll option, this mouse seems to have most of what you would need. But I dislike it the more I use it. It has the singularly worst tracking I have ever experienced (short of an old ball mouse impacted with dust on its' tracking axis').
Summary: I don't know what it is, but my game suffered after switching to this mouse. I kept using it thinking I needed to get use to it, but then I realized the slight difference in the dpi between my old mouse and this one.
Pros: It's cheap. Unlike the blister pack photo, it came in a really nice storage box.
Cons: The dpi adjustment range does not have a 600 dpi setting. It goes from 400 > 800 > 1200 > 1600 > etc. The plastic molded body had a big honkin' pointy burr on the right side where the pinky finger came to rest... not the best fit and finish.
Summary: The mouse I had was used and sold to me as new by amazon. The mouse itself felt cheap, plastics where meant to look nice but feel hollow. The mouse is light for my liking and the buttons to flimsy. Also the optical sensor worked well with my foam pad but not my gaming hard pad.