Conclusion: It is quite hard to believe that it has been over two years since we last took a look at any mice that are on the market! The most recent one is the Logitech G9 review, which our Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Kwan had written about way back in November of 2007.
Summary: Overall, the Mionix
NAOS 5000 Performance Gaming Mouse
boasts a really polished design that should please any elite gamer. It will definitely exceed any casual gamer's requirements and expectations.
Pros: Great design and comfort, Rubber coating adds control, Programmable buttons, On-the-fly DPI settings, Clever little weights that don't pop out, High Head Shot rating
Cons: Slightly troublesome weight chamber doors, Price tag is higher than other competitors, Not meant for really small hands
Summary: The Naos 5000 is a brilliant alternative to the SteelSeries Xai for those that want a similar performing right hand only mouse. The performance of the mouse as a complete package is definitely on par with that of the SteelSeries mouse, however, the Naos has an issue with a slight wobble which does...
Pros: Best sensor around, Looks, Weight system, Ability to hold five profiles, Ergonomic design – Right hand only, Short travel buttons, Great driver suite