DPI button not programmable? Are you kidding me? Back to amazon you go.
beaner "JohnnyMarr", Amazon
7 September 2013
Summary: Designed by gamers? LOL I can't believe there is no way to program the dpi button to a keystroke or atleast disable it. I have no need to change dpi in game so it's just a wasted button that I constantly accidently hit when holding and pressing down on the mouse wheel.
Summary: I wanted to try a high resolution mouse and this one seems like a reasonable tradeoff between price and resolution. But after testing it for less than a minute I found it completely unusable due to these ridiculous side buttons.
Summary: The Good Looks Nice Feels awesome in my hands Moves and scrolls nice on most surfaces Extra buttons are nice THE PROBLEM I am right handed and can only use 1 of the extra 2 buttons easily the only one on the right side i never use if it was like the DA and had both on the right side for the thumb I...
Summary: This product is advertised as "compatible with Mac and PC"... What the manufacturer doesn't mention in their product description, is that this device is limited to "Plug-and-Play" functionality only for Mac users.
Summary: Having a great time using this Kana. It has a good build quality and is a great profile for "Finger Tip Grip" players like myself. CON - DPI settings are limited. I can only choose 1600 or 3200 you can't choose between them for example 2000 or 1850.
Summary: I was worried about getting an optical mouse over a laser however since I alway use a mouse pad I haven't noticed a difference at all (and I game 4-5 hours a day). The surface is nice not to glossy like the Razer deathadders, the buttons use the right pressure same with side buttons and mouse wheel.