Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Habu Laser Game Mouse
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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...
Summary: I bought a wired mouse because I wanted it to just work. Now two years later the cord is failing. It cuts in and out, and wiggling it affects it. What a waste of money. Not what I expected in a high end gaming mouse.
Summary: I bought this mouse as a replacement for my Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer which I've had for almost 8 years now. It finally developed a short in the cord and cuts out occasionally. Other then that it still works perfectly.
Summary: This mouse is disappointing, I find it very uncomfortable to play with it due to the shape. I've had multiple of problems with it during games especially since it's suppose to be a gaming mouse.
Summary: I'm sad to have to agree with the people who had bad experiences with this mouse. I think the problem is not with Microsoft, but with Razer technology. This mouse is perfect for gaming. Gives you very precise aiming, smooth movements and many options for configuring the hardware.
Conclusion: Es un gran mouse, si andara. Comprarlo es arriesgarse a una chance de 50% de que ande o no. El mio particularmente anduvo perfecto 2 semanas. (error mio no haber investigado antes de comprarlo). Sin contar que es un mouse que ya tiene varios años en el mercado.
Pros: buen peso, se siente bien en la mano, algunos botones intercambiables, buen dpi, buena configuracion
Cons: tiene problemas graves, gran cantidad se apaga al azar, hay que reiniciar la pc para que detecte cambios de dpi, otros problemas varios que son relacionados al soft o firmware que no fueron solucionados con updates posteriores, al ser un hardware de microsoft y razer, ninguno ofrece soporte real,...