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. The shape that makes it so comfortable, also makes it nearly impossible to pick up. If you do manage to pick it up, you'll likely hit one of the thumb buttons in the process. The LMB and RMB clicks were also very disappointing too.
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 flaws.
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. It wasn't non-responsive, but it felt like the mouse was inverting all of my commands and limiting its movements to 1-2" across the screen.
Summary: Will not purchase this again or any Mionix product. Price is way to high at 90 bucks, worst tracking I've ever encountered. Wish NCIX would give me a credit towards buying another mouse.
Pros: Mouse and software look nice. It's comfortable, good size for big hands
Cons: One of the worst tracking mice I have ever had. Look on Mionix website, they have a note that if the lift sensitivity is set to low tracking problems occur. I've tried all i can do, can't use it for windows or gaming.
Summary: Overall this is a nice mouse if it fits your hand, but I do feel it's a bit over-hyped. FYI I mainly use a palm grip, and I'm upgrading from an original Razer DeathAdder so a lot of this review will be comparing it and the Naos. My out-of-the-box experience was not all that great. The cable is >6" shorter than the DeathAdder. While for most people this would not be a problem, the fact that cable length is not provided in the specs made this an unpleasant surprise.
Pros: -rubberized shell coating is nice, -lots of bells and whistles, -smooth gliding, -good button placement
Cons: -may not work with legacy USB enabled, -scroll wheel button presses too easily, -the bells and whistles aren't implemented very well, -software is glitchy
Pros: The is the only palm contoured mouse I've ever used that funtions equally well with a finger grip. Compare this to say, the SteelSeries Ikari. The ikari fits your hand "like a glove" (the usual descriptor for a contoured mouse. However, because of the bulging contours on the left side of the mouse, you cannot move your hand back into a finger grip. With the NAOS's contours (which are perfectly spaced for my medium sized hand), on the other hand, the finger grooves con...
Cons: The worst software I have ever used. It's worse than any alpha or beta I've ever used. You must run it in admin mode, your browser cannot (according to forum trouble shooters) be open while making changes. You cannot move your mouse while the software is accepting changes. All that, and it still crashes for me over 1/2 the time. The Software is over 2 years old. Assigning "switch profile" to the buttons works only intermittently for me. They released a patch since the...
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. That said, I think palm-grip users will find it slightly more comfortable than claw-grippers, but overall the difference is negligible.
Pros: Probably the most comfortable mouse i have ever owned. Very smooth clicks and mouse wheel.
Cons: After about a week of owning the mouse it started to click. I contacted mionix and told it it's a software issue and they will have it fixed in a few days. It has now been 3 months and many many more emails and the issue still isn't resolved. Getting really old, At this point i am absolutely disgusted with their customer support.
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. I use my desktop for web surfing and gaming (strategy gaming, not FPS/Shooters). I am a right handed palm grip user (entire palm rests on the mouse) with pretty big hands.
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. First if you have a smaller hand print like mine, the buttons on the left side may be somewhat awkward to use. It's hard for me to depress button four without depressing button five.