Summary: Alright, so I got this mouse a bit under a week ago, and it was pretty impressive upon unboxing, but I've come to some difficulties with the design. I'll get into the pros and cons from my point of view, with my copy of this product. Pros: * Paracord wire, so it's not easily damaged, even by my cats. * Scrollwheel is made of good material, so it probably won't jam like my old mouse did. * Nice shape * Sensitivity button changes mouse resistance from very light to mild.
Summary: I use this with my Macbook Pro running Mountain Lion when I'm at home. The mouse has 5 buttons (including the scroll wheel). All buttons are recognized by OS X without any drivers. Clicking down on the scroll wheel turns on the LED lights which adjusts the mouse's CPI. Lights on = lower CPI, lights off = higher CPI. Unfortunately there's no way to adjust the LED level - not sure if this can be done on Windows. The mouse's build is decent, but feels a bit cheap.
Summary: Overall not a bad mouse, mostly small things that i dont like as a personal preference
Pros: * very smooth surface on top of the mouse, very nice feeling. *white LED matches my PC perfectly. *tracks great
Cons: *red laser bottom, i would of preferred an IR laser instead of a red one. *braided cable (personal preference) * a little light for me *stiff clicker, the clicks are something for me to get used to, i switched to this from a razer deathadder.
Summary: I come from using Xai and Logitech G3 as my main mouse so I'll mainly use them as comparison in my reviews. Kana has the perfect size because Xai was JUST a little to big for my hand. Speaking of Xai, Kana's buttons' clicks are louder and of slighlty less-quality feel to them. However, Kana's scroll wheel are much more smooth. I'd say the clicks in between scrolls are less obvious than average mouse.
Summary: I've been searching for a good gaming mouse lately and I think this is going to be the one. I had been using the Razer Orochi because it was so portable, but since it's so small I wanted something different. I tried the Razer Deathadder which was nice but a little too large for my hand. The Kana is just a bit smaller than the Deathadder but it fits my hand much better. The two side buttons are in a great spot and very rarely accidentally clicked.
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.
Summary: A well built mouse that fits nicely in the hand, not overly large or small. The five buttons all feel nice though the mouse is a little hard on the resistance otherwise a very enjoyable product to use.