Summary: This mouse has been amazing. The tracking is perfect, the looks are awesome. The drivers seem well done, haven't had any issues. The mouse feels great in the hand, not too light but definitely not heavy.
Pros: Super comfortable, Great tracking, Looks awesome
Summary: Love it, replaced my Azio Levetron GMU533 and this thing blew it out of the water. The feel is absolutely unreal, the variable weights are nice if you like the added comfort adjustment, and the software is very nice. Easy to use, the easy-shift button is a dream, and this thing feels like a million bucks.
Summary: A great mouse. Many might hesitate with this brand for not being as famous as Razer or Logitech, I had the same hesitation but now I can tell you it was not quite necessary. You pay less on this mouse, but you get the same A9800 optical sensor which is the top chip available (also used by G500s/G700s), and the ergonomic design is very comfortable. The only thing is whether it lasts long, anyway I have got NCIX 3 yrs extended warranty.
Pros: -Extremely accurate, -All buttons configurable, -Custom color for backlight, -Small size fit people with a smaller hands, especially Asians
Cons: -Stain easily on the rubber surface, -No horizontal scrolling, but reasonable for gaming to maintain a stiff scroll
Summary: Had trouble figuring out how to launch software. No desktop icon (Win 7) Found link it in All programs via Start Menu. Would not launch software but wanted to update firmware. Finally realized this needed to be done first before software will run. (Button 5+12 will do it too but found out later). As for cursor wandering? Yes. Watched that thing wander all over the screen until I dropped the DPI to max 2400.
Pros: Big enough to fit my mitt.
Cons: Instructions how to launch software non-existent
Summary: Like I said in the cons the software lacked features that I would like to see, Like the ability to program the left and right mouse button, An auto fire macro or the ability to make one,Theres a lot of useless macros that most people would never use, But as a FPS shooter I feel it lacking.
Pros: Good hardware design, cool lights , comfortable ,
Cons: The software, Takes to long save, Lacks features I would like to see as a FPS player, Like the ability to program the left and right mouse button, Would like to see an autofire macro included or the ability to create one,, The price considering it's missing these features., The first one died after 5 mouses had to RMA it.
Pros: -The shift button(the side button closest to you) can also be used for something other than the shift button!!! But of course you lose the power of doubling up commands for each of your buttons. But you can always change that back in the driver
Summary: Coming from a G500 this mouse blows it away. More customization, better software, the Easy-Shift is amazing once you get the hang of it. The XTD has a better laser, processor and switches so I don't know why this is priced almost the same but I bought it for $55 shipped which is great. Honestly this mouse is killer, so many features...
Pros: nice soft touch finish, powerful adjustable laser, excellent palm-friendly style for righties, fantastic 4-way wheel, cool adjustable LED lights, great software with innovative features, weighting system
Cons: price kinda high with XTD out, tricky weight compartment lid
Summary: I purchased this as a replacement to an aging Logitech G500 which served me well over the past couple years. I am not regretting this decision at all. The size is practically the same for anyone looking to reference how big this mouse is. However, I find that the added features of this mouse totally blow away the G500 in almost every way. The included software has a ton of features for customizing every button on this mouse.
Pros: Nice size. The software has a lot of features and allows a lot of flexibility with programming all of the buttons. Love the funky LED color strips... it's a nice touch.