Summary: - Great mouse for it's price - Great for casual gamers, decent dpi settings (only 3 steps though: 800, 1600, 3200) - Has the usual braided cable and gold plated usb - One thing to note is that the colours of the mouse are limited to the green, red and blue - unlike the 5000 counterpart - The rubber coating is nice and smooth - but careful what you get on it, as it may be hard to remove sticky substances - The ergonomics are great, but depending on your hand size, it may...
Summary: It can be a little hard to pickup to move when you reach the edge of the mouse pad. Only a problem if you have a small mouse pad or limited space for your mouse. (Not really a con of the mouse, but could become one.
Pros: It fits comfortably, it handles just fine without tweaking any settings but the option to do so is available. The wheel rotates easily, buttons click easily, and the left thumb buttons are very easy to reach and press. It's weighted enough that it doesn't come right up off the pad, but not so heavy that it's hard to pick up and move when you're at the edge of the pad.
Cons: The thumb buttons are very easy to reach and press. Including when you didn't mean to press the back button. Basically it amounts to sometimes having to reload a page when you are careless enough to hit the side buttons when grabbing the mouse.
Summary: I got this mouse for nothing by subscribing to PC GAMER, once they sent it to me i cancelled the subscription and hey presto a free gaming mouse to play Battlefield 3 with. its very responsive on the highest setting, you can move the cursor across the screen with half an inch of mouse movement. its also very comfortable and pleasing to the eye. if it ever stops working i would easily buy another one this time.
Summary: My mouse was on blink, so had to consider buying new mouse. Looked At few different mice, and this reviewed very well. Considered some more expensive ones with extremely high DPI settings, and some cheaper ones with similar settings, but this looked very well designed ergonomically, and I have read that these higher DPI settings make little difference to average gamer, and I'm probably not as good as your average gamer even.
Summary: Very slick mouse to use for gaming. Its very comfortable in the hand and the 3 sensitivity settings are very responsive. The software is very easy to use and great for creating macro's. One slight negative point I have is that the thumb button stays pressed in on the very rare occasion ( I use it to chat with friends on Ventrillo ) this is probably my fault. Overall I am very pleased with my purchase, all you gamers out there can buy with confidence.
Excerpt: "The Mionix Naos 3200 is a beautiful mouse. Although it may be a bit of a copy of the Razer mouse series it does hold its own and it is much more cost effective. The design and sleek fit in your hand of this mouse make playing for hours both a comfortable and pleasant experience. The no slip grip is both functional and necessary I couldn't imaging trying to play a fast paced game without this coating on my mouse in the future. The other nice perk ...
Pros: No Slip Grip, Multiple DPI Settings, Great fopr gamers, Low Price
Cons: lazer gets obstructed easier than Logitech G series
Summary: .. wenn man überlegt dass diese Maus die beste Maus auf dem Markt ist. Vergiss Microsoft (hat lange gute Mäuse gemacht - nicht mehr). Vergiss Logitech - eine Firma am Rande des Abgrunds. Was fehlt dem NAOS? Drahtlose Verbindung und gute Tasten auf der Seite. Die Tasten an der Seite sind schlecht, gummiartig und laut. Die oberen dagegen gut, die Firma hat also gespart. Und dazu eine Drahtgebundende Maus im Jahr 2013???? Zwar ist Naos sehr leicht, trotzdem stört das Kabel.