Summary: I've had this mouse for over 2 years now and I still love it. I have a pretty big hand, and it's a little small in it, but I adjusted to it quickly. It's very durable (some of my other gaming friends have worn down their mice in the same amount of time) and I even use it almost every day for gaming.
Summary: German efficiency for the win. I got this for $30 in a Flash sale. Awesome value. When this one finally breaks, I'll probably buy another. Profiles are a very interesting concept. I can have special keybindings and macros for different games or programs.
Pros: Very comfortable to grip hour after hour, day after day. Wrapped cord is durable and easy to manage. The button binding system is brilliant. I have a total of 7 extra actions I can do with one hand, and I can create extra profiles for different games/programs. And all of this by using only 2 thum...
Cons: Had to RMA the first one because the blue LED died within a few hours, which was a small hassle. Second one I've had for almost 2 years, and the blue LED finally gave out today (I never used the green or red, so they work just fine). Very small thing; I don't really care.
Summary: Be weary when downloading the software for this mouse for it comes equipped with an achievement system which blares out noise when you click thousands of times. however, the software allows you to adjust the DPI and other settings.
Summary: Great mouse overall. PROS: • Super great sensor, tracks absolutely amazingly with just-right-for-me sensitivity settings • The software is fantastic. I have several profiles set up for different games, but also for several pieces productivity software.
It's a good mouse if you're ok with replacing it yearly.
Joe Doughty, Amazon
25 March 2015
Summary: Lasted just shy of a year and then MB4 fell off. Right out of the mouse. Funny thing is, if I put it back into the hole I can still use the button but it wiggles in it's socket and will fall back out after awhile. Am I wrong to think a $50 mouse should be a bit sturdier?
Summary: Love this mouse. I grew up using small wireless microsoft mice so i got used to a claw grip. I wear a medium sized glove and this mouse feels just right. The easy-shift button gets getting used to but once memorized, it becomes far more practical.
Pros: Great touch, precise, quick, sharp yet light buttons. Time will tell as they wear. Lightness feels cheap in the air, but once on-surface (I use a hardwood table) the mouse feels planted and delicate. The profile of the gliders has everything to do with that. Keep your surface clean. Allegedly sup...
Cons: I would have liked some weighting options. I still think a little more mass on the table would help. Ambidextrous at the expense of a flat right thumb surface (I'm right handed). Sometimes I overgrip the mouse a bit. It's so light and slippy, I'm best remembering to let my thumb float along side....
Summary: This is an exceptional gaming mouse. Yes it does take a minute to get used to using the smaller size of the mouse, but that is fine in the bigger scheme of things. The software drivers are pretty decent as well. Once installed the mouse shows considerable improvement.