Excerpt: Mionix Naos 8200 Review Manufacturer: Mionix UK price: £51.54 (inc VAT) US price: $79.98 (ex Tax) As our recent i-Rocks peripheral roundup showed, you don't need to break the bank to net yourself a decent, comfortable mouse (in fact, you barely need to crack it).
Conclusion: Mionix is a relative newcomer when it comes to PC peripherals but is making a name for itself by releasing some of the most comfortable mice around. A case in point is the Naos 7000 , which offer great design and comfort in equal measure.
Summary: What makes the Naos 8200 frustrating is that it's not irredeemable. With fantastic design and great performance, the Naos 8200 could have justified its extremely high cost. But due to its shoddy software, it's impossible to recommend this mouse at any price.
Summary: Mionix continues to surprise with the Naos series. The 8200 is the best one yet, and the shape is still one of the best around. All the buttons perform great and are placed exactly where you need them, and even though the mouse is meant for a palm-type grip, it still works brilliantly with...
Pros: Extremely comfortable, Excellent button layout, Lots of features, Good driver suite, Solid feel, 8200 DPI for those with quad screen setups, Huge functional DPI range, Light weight
Summary: The Naos 8200 arrived in a rather small, sleek and uncomplicated black sleeved box. The front of which shows off a depiction of the Naos 8200, but describes none of the features for the mouse inside.
Conclusion: Mit der Mionix NAOS 8200 präsentiert die schwedische Firma nicht nur die bislang beste Maus aus dem hauseigenen Katalog sondern auch eine, die andere High-End-Modelle ins Schwitzen bringen kann.