Excerpt: Gaming has been a passion of mine for a couple of years now. I must admit that back in the day I had no type of love for gaming but now, I love it and I can’t go a day without putting my game face on. Over the years …
Summary: This is a really good mouse. The symmetry is quite useful as I use it for both left and right mousing, depending on my mood. The switchable DPI settings are actually quite useful (sniping in games etc). It's comfortable enough to use for long periods, could be a little heavier though.
Summary: I got this mouse to replace the Logitech G500 that I ordered previously. It was designed for a right-handed person, and I am left-handed. The X3 works for both left and right handed people. It works nicely, and feels good in the hand
Summary: The mouse worked great for the first year or so, but the middle mouse button broke after only a year, the thumb button is way out of reach if you use a palm grip, and i find my pinky gets tired really fast due to having no place to be and dragging along beside the mouse.
Summary: I bought this mouse as a backup for my old Microsoft mouse. I kept it on a shelf, wrapped, for close to one year and half. When the time came for it to finally be used, it didn't work. The two laser beams at the bottom are just not lighting up, and so the cursor won't move.
Summary: Only one problem with this affordable gaming mouse....too big for small hands :0( I found the use of the side buttons very difficult to use whilst playing. Other than that very simple user friendly.
Summary: The mouse tracks well and has a good hand-feel. The recessed side buttons are good for stopping me from accidentally clicking off of websites. The sensitivity settings are well tuned (though I never need to use anything but the middle setting).