Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Habu Laser Game Mouse
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I hope it never dies!
STACEY B., Newegg
12 February 2014
Summary: Not looking forward to finding another mouse when this one dies.
Pros: I've had this baby for 7 years now, and I hope it never dies. I have small hands and cannot find another mouse with extra buttons that account for small hands. I've never had any problems with the software. The macros were easy to figure out how to set up, and always worked.
Cons: I'm not a fan of rubberized material on mice, but this one just has it on the main two buttons.
Summary: I've had the Habu for well over 2 years now, and I still use it daily. Here are some POSITIVES: Nice DPI options with easily accessed DPI buttons behind the scroll wheel. I play a wide variety of game types and still find myself only using 800 and 1600 DPI, so for most people I wouldn't worry about...
Summary: This mouse is nice. I bought a light up mouse and keyboard because I found myself having trouble using the keyboard with the lights off. I also use it for gaming and its nice to have the sensitivity buttons sometimes in BF3 when you get in a tank you will need to bump up the sensitivity and it...
Summary: ive owned my fare share of computer mice in my time and over the years ive had some that are good and some that just right down sucks. this mouse though is awesome its an replacement to my logitech g5 which got killed by lightning :/ now in the past ive owned razor mice and they do have good...
Yeah I know its M$, but it REALLY is a great mouse!
3 April 2011
Summary: I was originally using a Logitech Trackman Wheel, and it was doing its job: moving the pointer. Then I got to the point where I needed to get a mouse, because the trackball was not cutting it. I was leery at first about shelling out $45 for a mouse, but when I got the mouse I was glad I did.
Promising product marred by flaws and poor quality.
17 August 2010
Summary: I picked up this mouse about 18 months ago for $45 after my elderly Microsoft IntelliMouse (old ball type) finally gave up the ghost. I respected the build quality of MS peripherals (I've had a few of their keyboards, mice and even a joystick or two) and have always been able to run their stuff hard...
Difficult installation and questionable ergonomics
S. Galligan, Amazon
29 July 2010
Summary: I bought this mouse to replace a Logitech G500. I chose it primarily because it was less than half the cost and I'm tired of shelling out 80-160 dollars a year for new gaming mice when I wear through them. Though I haven't been using this mouse long I have had some issues with it.