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: 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.
Summary: This mouse is flatter than the pictures look. I am used to a Steelseries Sensei, and this is quite a bit flatter. Cable is plastic and thin, if anything this is the most bothersome part of the mouse, and the reason it doesn't get 5 stars.
Summary: I got this mouse for a friend who just joined the PC gaming master race. The Mouse's DPI and Polling rate are defiantly perfect for a good beginner/casual gamer. especially on a laptop. The only con is that this mouse is pretty small compared to my KONE XTD+, but it's defiantly still usable.
Summary: I got the mouse because as an avid gamer, i needed a mouse with percision that i couldn't get from a wireless mouse (it also ate up batteries). The Roccat Lua Tri-Button Gaming Mouse is absolutely amazing for users who want a no-nonsense approach to their games.
Summary: It's better than the average non-gaming mouse, but I'm not sure it deserves the title "gaming mouse"...then again it doesn't have the price of a gaming mouse either so that's a wash. Overall, I'm satisfied.
Pros: Works. Material feels fine. LED cat thing looks nice. Glides easily enough.
Cons: A bit small for adult male hands, but the dimensions are pretty close to what I have seen on most pre-assembled PCs so it's not really a big deal.
Summary: Overall I am pleased with this mouse. I wish it was a little bigger, but so far it hasn't gotten in the way of functionality and performance. Would recommend for someone on a budget.
Pros: The Roccat Lua gaming mouse has a Light construction that allows for less fatigue when suffering through long stretches at the screen. The DPI switch allows for quick sensitivity adjustments and is a nice feature when working with Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, as well as when sniping or p...
Cons: The overall size of the product can be awkward for users with larger hands. Also, the construction of the mouse is by no means hardy, so if you're a rage quitter or just clumsy, then you might want to look for something with a sturdier build.
Summary: Reasonable cheap "gaming?" mouse. Not as good as some but certainly better than the cheap ebay china type. Just 3 button so no programmable stuff but OK for most people. If you want something better go for a Razor or Steel Series - I've had both and they are far more solid but so is the price.