Summary: Great simple gaming or office mouse if you don't like confusing plasticky blobs of modern art they call gaming mice these days. Best description is "clean and efficient." Amazing if you do office work, though I'd recommend something else if you work in publishing/etc and need side scroll. I ended up picking up a second one for my work PC. As for gaming, probably best for FPS or RPG as it doesn't have 6-10 buttons needed for MMO's or games like League of Legends.
Pros: - Comfortable, - Simple and efficient, - Accurate, - Ambidextrous if you're a leftie
Cons: - No side-scroll, - Only one thumb button (could have two), - A little on the small side if you have large hands.
Summary: I like it a lot, I came from another 5-button ambidextrous mouse and the Kana sits nice and low and has the left and right side buttons JUST where I want them - not too far up or too far down, not too far forward or too far back (a lot of mice mess this up completely). The left/right buttons were my biggest concern when waiting for it in the mail to be honest. Was extremely pleased to see the mouse as a new an improved version of my old ambidextrous 5-button mouse.
Pros: -The feel is exactly what you want for ambidex, -Scroll isn't too fast and is rubberized, -Left and right buttons are single, big and easy to use (there is no confusing them amongst 2-3 on one side like other mice), -on the fly dpi switching, -led adjustable/can turn off, -excellent sale price, -comes with a free game
Cons: -would have liked maybe a rubberized finish like the Sensei, -maybe could be a bit heavier
Summary: Great mouse and mouse pad look very nice together. Also came with a free key for the dota 2 game which was a nice surprise since the game is worth 30$ alone so this is actually a pretty sweet deal, recommend this if you are looking for a dota 2 game and or need a new mouse and pad.
Summary: Overall: Cost, performance, ergonomics make Kana a great purchase for someone looking for an ambidextrous mouse for FPS or general gaming, especially at low sensitivity/dpi. If the primary purpose is for high APM rts/moba I would recommend a mouse with lighter/more tactile buttons such as the Kinzu V2 Pro or a Razer Abyssus/Deathadder. In Detail: Latest firmware/drivers make this mouse pretty much flawless in performance.
Pros: Weight, Has side buttons, Mousewheel, DPI/CPI toggle button, Performance, Cost
Summary: The only spec I care about is the weight of the mouse. Precision, tracking, it all sounds nice, but my biggest concern is that how comfortable it is when I am using it. Kana is quite light for a mouse with side buttons, and I'd recommend it to people who are looking for a light mouse that has side buttons. I dont understand why it is so hard to find a mouse that has multiple side buttons that is light. It seems as if everyone likes to use heavy mice.
Pros: light, very light, for a mouse with side buttons., white color
Summary: My wife wanted a white mouse to match her white computer, and she's been super happy with this one. I've used it a bit too - it's a huge step up from any plain / cheap white mice. Now if only they would release a matching keyboard...
Summary: I got this as I needed a mouse and this was in the relatively really cheap mouse price range (when on sale). I was originally getting any cheap mouse but this came along. Considering the (regular) price, it is not exceptionally good. It is not very customizable with only one super large button on each side of the mouse (I end up rarely using the right one as Im right handed and its not very comfortable to click using my quite weak 5th finger.
Summary: I rate this mouse 4 stars, cause of being manageable in gaming. It doesn't hurt your palm, and it actually feels very comfortable and it is easy to move on the mouse pad. The only 2 things I don't like about this mouse is the cord of the mouse, because it is too stiff, and the 2nd dislike are the side buttons, which are too big and they have too much space between.