Summary: Pros: The ergonomic shape feels nice in your hand, the scroll wheel has nice defined "clicks" at each position. Tracks very well. Build quality is good. Cons: If you pick your mouse up often, then don't get this mouse.
Summary: Perfect ergonomics. Excellent for ever day use. Not so accurate for a gaming mouse with the positive pointer acceleration that is built-in to this laser sensor. A shame that the sensor manufacturers get away with flaws and the mice sellers align themsleves with those manufacturers and play down the...
Summary: I loved the way this mouse felt in my hand, larger in comparison to some others - but didn't feel like I was having to squeeze in on the sides due to being too narrow. After a few months owning this mouse the on screen cursor would become twitchy while playing games.
Summary: Here is what I will say right off the bat, just to make things perfectly clear: This mouse is COMFORTABLE. There's really no way to describe how it feels in your hand, so if you get the chance (see it at a shop, etc.) I highly urge you to try it out.
Summary: I wanted a mouse replacement for my desktop. I have had the Logitech MX Revolution for just over 2 years before the left mouse button stopped clicking. Unfortunately Logitech stopped making the MX as big as they used to so I started looking for a new mouse.
Summary: If one is looking for a great feeling mouse this is the one. The comfort and grip of this mouse is excellent. There are two aspects of this mouse however that a potential buyer might want to consider.
This mouse is not for everybody, but if it is for you you'll love it.
Frank Castle, Amazon
21 August 2011
Summary: I'm very conflicted about this mouse. I will be comparing this mouse primarily to my original 1800 DPI Razer Deathadder. Yes the Naos 5000 is comfortable. Very comfortable. The additional width that is created by the pinky grip is not for everybody.
Summary: I bought this mouse because I wanted a gaming mouse which would also be easy on my hand. I've been getting some strain in my fingers and arm, and this is apparently ergonomic and well shaped. Having used it for a few days though, I can tell you it's nothing special in the ergonomics department.