Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Habu Laser Game Mouse
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Solid budget gaming mouse; bit on the large side
Rumpkin Bonz, Amazon
24 October 2011
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 is a bit of an older model gaming mouse (mine has a manufacture date of Nov. 2006) as 2000dpi is as high as it goes where the new 'gaming' mice tend to have upwords of 4000dpi. However you're not going to get a 4000dpi mouse for $25.00. But does one really need a 4000dpi mouse?
Summary: I had this month little over a month and I loved it, it was comfortable, stylish, good precision... until it broke. For some reason these mice have a hardware problem that causes them to double click after a period of use.
Summary: I like the size and shape very well. The programmable buttons make this mouse good for most apps. The 'always' on feature is great for my games, response is very good . I would buy it again and on Amazon the price was excellent.
Summary: First, the retailer offering this mouse through Amazon was VERY prompt. Free shipping and the mouse was here within three days which included a weekend! Props to Amazon and their network of retailers.
Summary: This mouse is great, the only thing that holds it back is its software which is a bit difficult to install. Once the mouse is installed it performs beautifully. My recomendation is that users install the mouse according to the directions on the razer support site rather then using the directions the...
Summary: This is without a doubt the best gaming mouse I've used. I purchased this mouse awhile back and just bought another one this week. This is one of the only mice I've used that fit my hand. I've used the Wireless Laser Mouse 8000 and 7000 but there is always lag with wireless mice.
Summary: I've been a huge fan of Razer's gaming mice for a while now (they are far more sensitive than any other mouse that I've tried and fit my hand perfectly.) but while Razer's laser technology is second to none, their hardware tends to not hold up as well to constant wear and tear.
Summary: I read the existing reviews and purchased this device anyway, hoping that the software/driver issues had been resolved. Be warned - they are not. I luckily found a well-written procedure to follow; I never would have figured it out myself. Subsequently, the mouse works fine.
Summary: This is an excellent gaming mouse, for those of you who actually bought it for uses other than browsning the internet. I play UT2k4, which is a rather demanding game in terms of speed and accuracy, and this mouse performs great.