Conclusion: The Naos 3200 isn't the greatest mouse ever made, but it does the job of a great gaming mouse without emptying your wallet. It comes equipped with a very similar shell to the Naos 5000, so it still feels great, but it is still missing a few bells and whistles that make it be in the upper echelon of...
Pros: Plug and Play, High Quality Construction, Comfortable, Works on multiple surfaces well at the higher DPI settings
Cons: Limited customizability with the 2 built in LEDs, Does not come with as many accessories or software features that Naos 5000 does.
Summary: The Mionix Naos 3200 mouse at £38 represents pretty good value for money, although there were some things I felt could have been improved. The mouse has a solid design and build and I really like its sleek black looks.
Conclusion: When I first started using the Naos 3200 I didn’t think I’d use the feature that allows you to change the DPI settings on-the-fly but after actually experimenting with it I found it quite useful, even if the buttons set as default got accidentally hit occasionally.
Pros: Comfortable design, Fast and accurate, On-the-fly DPI switching, Gold plated connector and braided cable
Summary: Il mouse Naos 3200 di Mionix Ã¨ una periferica gaming assolutamente sopra la
media grazie anche al suo software intuitivo e semplice da usare.
Il Naos 3200 Ã¨ in sostanza un compagno ideale per ogni gamer che ricerca
un prodotto preciso, affidabile e con una buona ergonomia.