Excerpt: I find this mouse extremely portable and light weight. maybe I have small hands but it fits prefectly into my usage patterns. The option to use it as wired is a handy options when the battery runs out, which is rarely. The fact that all my co-workers keep asking me if the mouse is a miniature...
Excerpt: Really nice and I might say sexy mouse. It works with wire and bluetooth. With bluetooth, you need 2 AA batteries and that makes orochi heavy. But in wire mode, it flies in your hand. You will have 4 programmable keys that may be enough for gaming. It works better with met(kabuto).
Excerpt: It's a good mobile mouse, if you need accuracy just plug in the usb cable, if you need portability - use it as a bluetooth mouse, the battery life is kinda short - use Ni-MH for more economical.
Excerpt: This is the age of the Laptop, most people, even gamers, use portable PC's these days, and yet it is very hard to find good portable gaming gear designed with that idea in mind. This mouse is the first mobile gaming mouse I've encountered and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by it's...
Pros: Awesome responsiveness when used wirelessly. Absolutely no lag whatsoever, even if you have bluetooth apple keyboard hooked up to your computer. Great from packaging to design and drivers (goodbye Logiteck, you suck!).
Cons: Well, the mouse is a bit pricey, but it costs every penny i paid for it. There's nothing else to say =)
Pros: -Wired / Wireless option, swaps between these flawlessly. -More DPI than I'll ever use. -Bluetooth works perfectly. -I have fairly big hands, and can fit my entire hand on the mouse; perfect shape. -Onboard memory for settings
Cons: -A little pricey, but you get what you pay for. -The buttons on the right side are hard to reach. -The 1000Hz polling rate can only be used in wired mode, but that's understandable as bluetooth is too latent to keep up with it.
Pros: Love the mouse, beautiful controls, and very compact. Love the new customizable 2.0 software.
Cons: I am having some issues when I use different Macros, and I usually run into the issue when 2 or more Macros are set, but when I just have one set, there are no issues. The software runs fine though, no noticeable issues other than the Macros.
Summary: Before buying this mouse, I did my research on it. One of my concerns was that it seemed too small for me. This is not the case, eventhough this is a "small version of the Mamba", the size is perfect. It's not as small as any of the logitech nano, or the microsoft 5000 bluetooth, which I owned before. I loved the fact that can be used wired or wireless, and the blue LED matches my m11x. I think it has the perfect size to be used on the go, or at home.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Glides Smoothly, Great Features
Pros: Great performance even comparing to regular wireless mouse (I was using AnywhereMX), very responsive. The known "lag" issue was minimized to only 0.5-1s in my experience with this mouse, which is very unnoticeable.
Cons: The only thing I found missing is left/right scroll.