I haven't had any issues with the usb plug being loose and the build quality seems sturdy despite the lack of a metal frame
Elezar Kenig, Amazon
21 May 2015
Summary: Only used a few days so far but i have large palms and average fingers and prefer the palm grip and this mouse does really well. Occsaionally my pinky and ring finger hit the mouse pad (I have a white desk, it doesn't work on a white desk.
but I can certainly say I am not disappointed. Coming from a wireless mouse
Chris Hofer, Amazon
8 April 2015
Summary: Now I've only had the mouse for a week, but I can certainly say I am not disappointed. Coming from a wireless mouse, I immediately noticed the amount of accuracy that comes with a wired mouse. Also, the ergonomics. They are quite pristine.
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...
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.
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.
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.