Summary: What's great about the Mionix Naos 5000 is that it's super comfortable and ready to frag right out of the box, but can also be fine-tuned for your specific style. If you prefer a heavier mouse, go ahead and feed the rodent up to 40g of included weights in 5g increments.
Summary: In conjunction with my review of the Mionix SARGAS and ENSIS mouse pads I also received the NAOS 5000 gaming mouse that is definitely a gaming grade peripheral with a special little surprise under the hood.
Excerpt: In conjunction with my review of the Mionix SARGAS and ENSIS mouse pads I also received the NAOS 5000 gaming mouse that is definitely a gaming grade peripheral with a special little surprise under the hood.
Summary: Customer Support and lift distance are the two big things that lowered this score. If you don’t lift the mouse, and don’t care about customer support, then this mouse is worth buying, otherwise you can find cheaper options.
Conclusion: The DPI on this mouse is able to be changed, with a DPI ranging from 90 to 5040. On-the-fly DPI switching is also included, with two buttons placed on the mouse to accomplish this. The polling rates are also able to be changed.
Conclusion: The Mionix NAOS 5000 is an excellent gaming mouse. It is by far the most comfortable mouse we have used in a long time. It might take a day or two to get used to, but after that, it is an excellent mouse.
Summary: The Mionix NAOS 5000 game mouse is one of nearly too many gaming mouses out there. It does however rank itself high and can be positioned in the more high-end segment, totally catering to the real hardcore gamers our there.