Summary: I tried out the logitech G400, and this Gigabyte mouse just feels better. It is very comfortable in the hand, and the wheel mouse works great and feels so much better than the G400. My game also improved so much this mouse.
Summary: This is a very nice mouse. Nothing else to say. Its software works flawlessly in windows 8 it is very responsive and feels great in the hand. Goes with my Logitech 110 keyboard like a pro when I set it to have a red backlight.
Summary: This mouse is simply fantastic. It feels great in my hand, is comfortable for long term use, and has buttons in places that make sense for your hand. The added touch of red color is nice, but for someone who likes everything in their setup to match kind of sucks because the rest of my equipment is blue. It's not a huge deal, because the mouse is still wonderful regardless. The cord is nice and long to make most setups easy, and the accuracy/speed is spot on.
Pros: Dirt cheap, very light, responsive and accurate. I went out on a limb purchasing this based on reviews. I'm glad I did. You can not find better mouse for the price. I play games a lot browse a lot my 6 yr old daughter plays mine craft and plays kidzui and adjustable dpi is great. Slower for her faster for me. People that have issues either act like a barbarian with their mouse or just are expecting a $150 quality built mouse which in my book this is very far from some...
Cons: The tilt left and right on the mouse wheel doesn't seem to be mappable in any games but not really too much of an issue for me.
Summary: I was skeptical about a "gaming" mouse that was less than $50 dollars but I wasn't in the position to buy more expensive one at the time. However I was happy to find that the mouse more than met my expectations. The side buttons work and are fully programmable in several games I play including Guild Wars 2. It feels like a solid quality build, fits nicely in the hand and the scroll wheel has a nice texture and action to it.