Excerpt: Those who have been around gaming for a while will remember the venerable line of Sidewinder gaming peripherals from Microsoft. This product line started with a well known gamepad, and expanded into joysticks, more gamepads, and other purpose-built peripherals. These peripherals enjoyed varied success, and either by design or demand were retired by Microsoft in 2003.
Excerpt: We like fancy gaming mice. We like them for their super-accurate sensors, their adjustable resolutions, and the veritable cornucopia of buttons that grace their frames. But above all, a gaming mouse has to remain comfortable during marathon wrist-crippling gaming sessions, which is where the new Sidewinder really falls apart. You see, this mouse is just too big. It’s not as though we have tiny, inadequate hands. Really, we don’t. We all have large, extremely manly hands.
Summary: Microsoft has thrown everything but the kitchen sink at this mouse in an attempt to offer more features than the competition. While they don't all work, this is still a solid gaming peripheral with an impressive level of customisation. However, some gamers may find the design a little bulky for their tastes.
Pros: Huge array of features, customisable parts, responsive buttons
Cons: Slightly cumbersome, certain features are a bit pointless
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