Summary: It's actually not bad for a budget gaming mouse. I'm giving it 4 stars based on all the factors as well as the price point and I've had it and abused it since 2011 and it's still as good as new so solid construction. That's probably the best thing about it; it holds up well.
Summary: Solid gaming mouse for the money by a reputable company. Useful software as well. High enough DPI for a 1440p monitor as long as you're not looking for anything blazing fast, but if you were, you wouldn't be looking at such a cheap mouse.
Pros: Switchable DPI (and you can change the DPI of each level) Programmable buttons Nice fit in the hand
Cons: Rubber grippy surface on the sides can get a little gross if you have sweaty hands Mouse wheel tilt often sets off the mouse wheel click
Summary: I may get another one. I dont know yet. I may test the waters and try something else. We'll see. :)
Pros: For the price, it rocked. Selectable DPI settings below the mouse wheel is great. Long usb cable to reach the back of my computer was nice. Fit my had perfectly. All in all a great mouse for a great price.
Cons: The only problem ive had is that the mouse wheel button doesnt work half the time. The mouse wheel works great, but when you push it in it only works sometimes. I have to push 2 or 4 times on it to open new tabs in chrome.
Summary: UPS guy didn't post a note on my door when he delivered it so I would not have known it was delivered to my apartment's main office if I didn't check the shipping number. I got this on a discount so I'm still pretty happy for what it does.
Pros: Programmable keys (with download from Gigabyte site) Ergonomic Good weight Responsive keys (clicks) Cheap beginner's gaming mouse The box it came in made me feel good, as this is my first non-traditional mouse. The red lights for DPI settings are pretty cool too. With the download from Gigabyte's...
Cons: A little expensive for something only just a couple tiers better from a normal mouse. I don't see this as a good gaming mouse for anything outside of beginners playing FTSs. It feels like it lacks something that would make it awesome for its price but I can't put my finger on it (no pun intended)
Summary: Other than the mouse button double clicking, this is a good mouse for the price. Not much of a gaming mouse, but it gets the job done for me, and that's all I can ask for. I can't really complain that much.
Pros: High DPI that can be adjusted at the click of a single button, solid buttons in comfortable places, it's all good.
Cons: Left mouse button started double clicking with nearly every click after 16 months. Considering I spent $30 on it, that's not too bad for a mouse, but still enough to deduct an egg for.