Reviews and Problems with SteelSeries Kinzu Optical
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Great Mouse for a Great Price
9 April 2012
Summary: Looking for a great gaming mouse for a low price. Look no further than the SteelSeries Kinzu. This mouse is amazing for the price and feels great in your hand. I would still be using it today if I didn't upgrade to the SteelSeries Sensei.
Summary: I got this mouse in October and I loved it but unfortunately, it stopped working. I have Deathadder that I can use but I didn't like that mouse as it hurt my hand after playing for about 2 hours. I will be getting another Kinzu or I might get a Xai or the Sensei.
Summary: Definatly worth buying. Good mouse for a good price. If more proof is necessary, i use it for Starcraft (high master), EGIdrA uses it, Liquid'TLO uses it, EGHuK uses it, as do many other big names in the SC2 field.
Pros: I love this mouse. I don't care what other people say, it is used by pros, and i love it. No complaints anywhere. The DPS button works well for FPS, and for RTS, you don't need macros on the side of the mouse anyway (they aren't allowed in tourneys). The biggest thing for me with this mouse is th...
Cons: Optical mouse, so get a good mousepad (from steelseries)
Summary: You might have heard reviewers on the Internet say that this mouse feels like cheap plastic, but this product is of high quality. The construction is very sturdy and the clicks are satisfying. However, the only downside. Is that the mouse was built pretty low to the surface.
Summary: I was using an ancient wireless Logitech with my Macbook Pro for playing Starcraft II, and the switch to the Kinzu was unbelievable. The mouse is very well built, has a great surface and very good construction for the price.
Summary: There are not really any negatives. You should not be looking at this mouse if you want something large and heavy. The best performance to price ratio product I have bought in any catagory in awhile, maybe 17cent Ramen Noodles top it. If you use a claw grip this is a perfect mouse.
Pros: Cheap Acurate Comfortable Great Scrool Wheel Long, high quality cord DPI mode button in great location
Summary: I bought this mouse for my laptop. Its good because its not too big (making it better for a "claw" grip), and it feels very solid compared to my razer imperator. The imperator feels more comfortable and has more functions, but is also $40 more expensive and it doesn't feel solid; it creaks when i...
Pros: *Feels pretty sturdy *sensitive
Cons: *only 3 buttons (but buyer should already know this so no minus eggs)
Summary: I play DotA/HoN and SC2...mainly RTS games. They require high sensitivity/fast reflexes and this mouse fit the bill perfectly. This mouse is a no B.S. mouse that doesn't compromise form for gimmicks. There's a left click, right click, scroll wheel, and a DPI change button.