Summary: When using the Naos 8200 mouse I got excruciating hand pain which only got worse and worse as I continued using it (hoping I would get used to it). When I realised that the pain won't go away, I exchanged Naos for an Avior, and that model, while not giving me outright pain, is not comfortable either. The problem is bad enough that I'm already buying another mouse of a different brand.
The ergonomic shape is perfect but it was too small and too light for ...
9 August 2014
Summary: Only 3 stars worth if you have big hands and your style is palm grip. The ergonomic shape is perfect but it was too small and too light for me. For small and medium hands this may very well be the perfect mouse. The functionality is excellent.
"Good Tracking, and comfortable to hold for long gaming sessions"
Andrew, Mighty Ape
19 July 2014
Summary: I recently purchased this mouse to replace my Razer Lachesis. Compared to
the Lachesis, this mouse is considerably lighter and quite a bit wider.
I immediately cranked this mouse up to its maximum DPI, and after a brief
acclimation period, found it to be an effective PvP tool. Circle strafing has
never been easier :)
I would recommend this mouse to anyone looking for a high DPI, comfortable
Best feeling and ergonomic mouse i have seen FULLSTOP
24 May 2014
Summary: I can say after having this mouse for just over a month it is heavenly to hold and play with. A great responsive and customisable mouse. Leaving a 1000dpi mouse to this was easy as i could regulate the dpi from 1000-2000-4000-6000-8200. My only downside to this mouse (and it may just be my computer) is every time i turn on my computer i have to unplug and re plug it in for it to be reconsidered not a substantial problem when you have a usb hub under your monitor but...
Summary: I awaited the day that the Naos 8200 would enter my gaming den with excessive anticipation. Every hour, I would examine the tracking data, watching it edge towards me. Then it came. The man knocked thrice on the clouded glass panel of my front door, and forward I bounded from my IKEA dining chair, leaping along the hall towards the door. Slowly I peeled the door open from the poorly glossed frame, creaking and unsticking as I did so.