Summary: I love this mouse, I use it not only to play World of Tanks, but also checking email and working on projects. The left and right mouse buttons are nice and responsive don't click loud as well. The scroll wheel is exceptional as well but does make a louder sound than my older cheap mouse but at least it works. It took me awhile to actually find the right Abyssus software, but I found it eventually. The thing that I HATE is the blue light, I can't seem to turn it off.
Summary: A very good mouse for people with small hands. It is comfortable for use over long time. The only con about this mouse is that it doesnt have any lighting option on the mouse other than the default configuration.
Summary: I have had this mouse for about three years, now. This mouse is still holding up perfectly, after I have smashed it in multiple rage quits, used it with cheesy fingers, and it has stood the test of time and cruel and unusual punishment. This mouse is not something with flashy lights, weights, extra buttons, or some other cosmetics, it is what it's supposed to be, simple.
Summary: This mouse is great in performance anf features. Theres a cool feature where u can adjust the sensitivity of the sensor. What this mouse lacks in is quality. The sensor broke after 3 months of use.
Summary: This mouse is perfect for doing everyday things on the computer. This mouse is also suited games that don't require high DPI or macro movements since it does not have any extra buttons. This mouse is very small and light so it may not be suited for med-large hands. It has a simple design good for everyday computer usage but some may find it too lightweight to deliver for a hardcore gaming.
Pros: Adjustable polling rate and DPI settings, matte finish texture, No software needed, Good as first gaming mouse
Cons: Extremely light (baby weight), Only have 3 DPI settings
Summary: A great simple mouse, although I recommend checking out ones that you like the fit (hand fit). The Abyssus is higher on the palm which I disliked (I felt my wirst was in an awkward position). I went back to use my g9x after a month and a half of using it. A mouse is all about the fit (try them before buying).
Pros: Price., Simplicity.
Cons: LED-Light was annoying (razor logo). I might be able to disable it with the Razer Program and/or Driver, but I didn't bother.