Pros: This mouse is by far the best mouse i ordered in 17 yrs! and i have ordered 100s for me and clients. So what can you say for 30 shipped other then it's amazing with 6000 dpi laser and as good if not better then the few $100+ mouse(s) i got many times. Don't think.. just buy it! if you want a super goood mouse for crazy cheap price.
Summary: I was extremely hesitant buying this mouse, but I was so tired of my g400 constantly dying. I didn't get a new replacement plan on it at the end of my 2 years owning this mouse and go figure, it freaking died again. Then they wanted $60 for a g400s. Then after doing reviews, and finding out that they didn't even fix or TOUCH anything with the wire on the g400s and that it was practically the same, and thus still prone to my mouse 'dying' on a slight amount of pressure?
Pros: Previous mice owned: Death Adder (2011?), MX518, G400, Sensei.
Cons: -The forward and back button is a bit odd to me, like I have to over-reach for it in order to get it, but again, I have very small hands. This is a con to me, but not worth dropping an egg. The only mouse I felt comfortable with the forward and back buttons were the mx518, the g400, and I'm sure any mouse logitech made to fit the same button size and mouse shape.
Summary: the price is only 39.99 thats less than half of most higher end gaming mice basically its half the cost double the quality and precision
Pros: this is the absolute best fps gaming mouse on the market today as I originally bought the new 2013 edition razer death adder and returned it in favor of this and the smoothness and the accuracy of this gigabyte m6980x is unmatched by anything else I have ever used or tried I am not playing this mouse feels like its on auto aim when playing crysis 3 as I cant miss a headshot for nothing yet its so smooth and has a 1ms response time and up to 6,000 dpi if needed and als...
Cons: the cord isnt braided but thats the only con and I mean the only con but it doesn't affect the super high quality of this mouse in anyway
Summary: My Rig: AMD FX6300 Vishera, Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 CPU cooling. MSI 990FX MB, Geil 16Gb Mem. 2 Sapphire 7850 1Gb PCIe 16X in Crossfire, 2Tb Seagate SATA 6Gb sec. 7200rpm HDD, WD 500Gb SATA Blk HDD boot. LiteOn DVD Burner, ASUS DVD Burner, NZXT 750W Modular PSU. CoolerMaster HAF 932 with 2 blue LED 200mm fans. Acer 23" HD Monitor. CPU overclocked to 4.1Ghz. Gigabyte M6980X gaming mouse.
Pros: 5600 DPI, programmable Macro keys, Super responsive, Looks Awesome with my New Gaming Build. Red, Blue and Purple LED's. Adjust DPI on the fly. Solidly built. 2 yr. warranty.
Summary: So far it has worked on every surface I have tried it on. That's what you would expect from a precision laser mouse IMO. The "breathe" effect on the LEDs matches not only my Osmium KB, but the emblem on my TT Chaser MK-I full tower as well. Profiles are all set to blue and green. My setup looks really nice with this textured black with blue/green LEDs on my fans, case, & KB+mouse.
Pros: Upon arrival I was excited about getting a new toy and testing it out like I am with every order from Newegg. Checked out the box, and like all other Gigabyte products I have purchased, it was very well packed and protected. Came in a neat little clam-shell carrying case. The case has foam padding all through with a hole cut out for the mouse. Nice little addition if you ask me. It'll work well for when I take my gaming on the road.
Cons: When I first got it out of the box I thought the ghost profile button was broke. Talk about GRRR! After some messing around I found out that it is hard to press with your finger and sometimes sticks. Using your fingernail to press on the bottom left side of the button makes it work. I'm guessing they either did that to evade accidental presses during gameplay, or maybe I just got a dud. Nothing worthy of an RMA. It would be nice if there were easy access screws on the...
Summary: After upgrading to a dual monitor setup my standard-DPI mouse was not cutting anymore. This is a new model and not many reviews of it yet but I took a chance considering how well reviewed previous Gigabyte models are. Glad I did.
Pros: The mouse itself is very comfortable with a contour that fits my hand very well. I like how it slants to the right. I do not think I would recommend this to left-handed people though. Well weighted. Texture is spot on.
Summary: Well worth the asking price of $39.00 and compares well to other gaming mice at twice the price.
Pros: I have owned a number of mouse over the years, and I like this one the best. It has a comfortable feel and is not too light. You can change the LED light from blue, red, and green by a simple push of the button on the top of the mouse. You can also change the DPI settings the same way. It works great for everyday use and gaming.