Summary: -I switched from a Cooler Master Recon and could never go back! -I may have a long list of cons, but I highly recommend this mouse, especially for the price! -3200 DPI is more than enough -With a few revisions this could be the perfect mouse!
Pros: -Extremely comfortable -ZERO fatigue even after a few hours of gaming -Easy DPI shifting -Braided cable -Accurate tracking -No over-the-top "gamer" aesthetics! That's a big one for me. -Satisfying click -Good build quality and finish
Cons: -Mouse wheel frequently clicks while scrolling -Side buttons press too easily: I EVEN ACCIDENTALLY WENT BACK A PAGE WHEN WRITING THIS REVIEW! FRUSTRATING! -Doesn't perfectly fit my hand (although these are minor complaints) -Could be longer -Could be slightly taller -Software is extremely lacking -Only three color options -It may be light for some, but I became comfortable with it very quickly -Doesn't work on white surfaces -A bit difficult to pick up while gaming
Summary: As always, good NAOS quality. The 3200 model is simpler than the 5000 model, no question about it, but it is doing the job perfectly. And the shape is indeed quite ergonomic, it fits my hand very nicely. The only minor complaints that I have are these: 1 - I wish it had a way to adjust resolution on the fly, not from the software, but I guess this means I wanted the 5000 model; 2 - the main buttons can be pressed too easily.
Summary: This mouse has been great for me so far. It's very comfortable and has a nice texture to it. It's not as customizable as the higher end models as this one only has 3 dpi and led settings. I have very small hands so it is sometimes hard for me to reach the forward button. My only regret was that none of the retailers I visited had a display unit for me to try before I made the purchase.
Cons: Only has 3 dpi/ led settings, It's a little big
Pros: Feels very nice in hand. Although I didn't use it much the software seemed pretty decent.
Cons: After a few months of moderate to hard use, the back thumb button stopped working, teflon feet started to wear and movement felt grainy, Thumb buttons are a little too far forward for my liking, but i got used to it.
Summary: The grip is very ergonomic and remains comfortable over periods of continuous use. DPI adjusting buttons are useful and placed in such a way that you won't accidentally hit them. Only gripe is that it's very light.
Summary: This mouse is pretty good. The cord is nice and sturdy, the led lighting looks great, the mouse is nice and accurate, and you can change the amount of acceleration. All the buttons are completely customizable as well. The ergonomics on this mouse are amazing, I personally think they're better than that of the Steelseries Ikari, which is what they're often compared to. There are a few "flaws" though.
Summary: First Mionix product and what a great first impression! I do have my reservations about longevity...Not due to any property of the mouse itself - it feels well built and has a nice weight to it - but based on other reviews...we shall see :) Optical is the way to go; don't buy a laser mouse. High DPI is a marketing gimmick - 3200 is over kill...1000 should be enough for anybody.
Pros: - Most comfortable mouse I've ever used, hands down - Optical - Tracks very well - definitely above average and blows any laser mice I've tried right out of the water.. After about an hour getting used to it, my accuracy has definitely improved, at least a little, in FPS games. - Decent software; stable for me on win 7 pro - All buttons can be reassigned, including DPI ones - Can choose from 3 LED colors that should match the vast majority computer color themes
Pros: It's very comfortable, and I love the fact that you can adjust the speed with the click of a button! I've had this baby for months now, and its still working perfectly fine and smooth. Fairly decent sized usb cord. <3