Summary: Nonetheless the sidewinder is a great mouse that isn't absurdly expensive. For the price you get what you get and I do believe it is a pretty good offer. However, for purely gaming use I believe there are definitely better options out there.
Pros: 3 DPI settings on the fly - comes in handy in games. I really like the look of the mouse it is aesthetically pleasing to my eyes and when seen by others may not be as tacky as the Razer Deathadder. The mouse wheel feels nice and the tilts on the wheels are not to shabby.
Cons: The handling of the mouse isn't as great as my Razer Deathadder it sometimes bugs out and doesn't register movements (rarely does this, but is obviously quite annoying when it happens). The charging is a little strange at times. Ocassionally it says its low on battery and charging seems to not wo...
Summary: One of the best mice I've had the pleasure of using, and as far as the wireless aspect goes, I haven't experienced any lag at all.
Pros: It looks fantastic Amazing feel. Very accurate even at 4,000 DPI
Cons: LCD display and glow are red, not blue. Doesn't match as well with my PC, but that's just superficial. Feels great, although not really what you'd expect for an 80 dollar mouse. However I got it on special at 40, and it's a steal at that price.
Summary: This is kinda weird, the programmed macro only activates when you let go of the programmed mouse button, so if you made the macro type "hello", you would press on the programmed button, and not until you removed your finger from the button would it actually type "hello".
Pros: Tons of features, on the fly DPI settings, programmable macros, only payed $38, nice weight, cool lights, high quality scroll wheel, play and charge, LCD, its great.
Cons: If I had bought it for the retail price of $80 I would have given it a lower rating. It just doesn't feel like an $80 mouse. I mean, it's plastic construction with the exception of the scroll wheel. But for $37, definitely worth it. Also, there's a square button on the top of the mouse that can't...
Summary: The Mouse works well but my G9 is much better in all areas for me other than being wired. The X8 is wireless and the battery charge lasts forever. That's the only reason I'm using it. Don't get me wrong though. It is a good mouse.
Pros: Nice looking. Superior battery life. Can be attached to wire for charging and be used while doing so. Works great. Software isn't needed but if wanted it works well. Thumb buttons make sense.
Cons: One of the biggest 'Pros' on this mouse is also a Con IMO. The thumb buttons are great but I'm still not used to it. Sometimes I miss the old style.
Summary: if you have a desktop PC you wont have a problem with the receiver cuz its likely u have space... since i guess you have a desk to put that in
Pros: Ideal DPI (too much DPI sawks) 7 Buttons + Macro Button + on the fly DPI swiches... whats not to like? the only competitor for me would be the Razer mamba and its twice the price...
Cons: HUGE and i mean ENORMUS receiver... there are so may ways to make it smaller, the could have just separated the receiver from the cable and the mouse feet storing case and include one small receiver, a NORMAL one like any other laptop mouse has.