Summary: if you looking for a simple gaming 3 button mouse, then this is it, Being left handed i thought that only 3 buttons would effect my gaming, but it hasn't i don't like tons of buttons on my mice anyways, so this buy was perfect for me, People complain its too small for a grown mans hand, not true in...
Pros: One of the best 3 button neutral left hand and right handed mouse, I've ever had.
Cons: without the software for dpi and the lighting it will constantly glow on and off, and stays lit without the pc being on. not really A con though.
Summary: I've successfully used this mouse on the following pads: Allsop Raindrop XL Mionix Alioth 400 GearedGS Titan (Black aluminum) Corsair MM200 Razer Destructor 2 Razer Manticor with very high malfunction speeds (>3 m/s) I do not experience any prediction or angle-snapping on this mouse.
Pros: Amazing mouse. Purchased it BECAUSE it was small. Ended up buying a second (backup.) Most of the other reviews are putting this as a con. It's entry level cost with great potential. The lack of extra buttons and small size make this mouse extremely light and therefore good for fingertip- and claw...
Cons: Mouse is a bit narrow; Coming from a Sensei and IE3.0, this took a few days to get used to. Going back to eo either feels like holding a brick, so I much prefer the Lua now.
Summary: This was my first gaming mouse ever, and it is a huge improvement from the standard logitech ones from like Target and that. Very nice response from the mouse and the comfort level is amazing. This is a mouse I would recommend to anyone.
Summary: This is a great "minimalist" mouse. It has a left button, right button, scroll whee/ middle button, and a DPI switch to change DPI on the fly. The matte black finish prevents fingerprints from sticking, so no constant cleaning.
Summary: Ugh. This mouse is so good. It's comfortable, sleek, and the software is really simple and stable. My only regret is that I didnt buy the step up with braided cord and a few extra buttons to macro.
Summary: Overall this is a good mouse - works well on most surfaces, and the buttons are quick to respond. My main drawback is that the scroll wheel started squeaking more and more after a few months of use.
Summary: This mouse feels very nice and is perfect for me. The sensitivity changer button takes some getting used to but is an awesome feature. Its fantastic for First Person Shooters and any precision gaming while looking very cool at the same time.
Summary: I've never heard of Roccat before, so with the write-up and reviews I took a chance on it. It's a good solid mouse - slightly smaller than average, perhaps - with a glowing blue design at the bottom of the top face.