Summary: The fireglider is an great budget gaming mouse, im talking about it being better than some mouses that cost 40£ or more. I wasn't sure first because the price, i thought it would be another "cheap" mouse but once the package arrived, i was surprised. The building quality is great, doesn't feel cheap at all, the performance too, the dpi change on the go and the extra buttons are perfect not only for gaming but for any program that you use often.
Summary: I quite like this mouse so far. My old gaming mouse (Trust GXT 32s) broke after 8 months of use, warranty wouldn't replace it so i searched around and found this nice little mouse. It comes in a black box, with a black pouch with the CD (Half the size of a usual CD, if it doesnt fit your pc, download the drivers from the sharkoon website), and the mouse itself. No fiddly waste of paper manuals. The mouse itself feels and smells like rubber.
Good mouse for its price (review after 1 month and 2 weeks of use)
9 June 2012
Summary: tl;dr: Good mouse, has a little manufacturing kink, big range of DPI settings, weights are optional, be careful of RSI, and if you wish to use on Linux, maintain access to Windows for config purposes. This mouse feels good to use - and fits my hand well. I bought it because my previous mouse started having problems. The left mouse button started registering false double-clicks.
Summary: This mouse is very nearly perfect, I would have rated it five stars but for the scrollwheel the wheel is way to soft and not enough of a posative click when scrolling to change weapons it is very easy to pass the next indentaion in the wheel which you end up not selecting the weapon that you want. the shape is just right and you dont suffer from wrist strain even after 4 hours of gaming.