Summary: I love it. The DPI isn't as customizable as always, as you have to choose between 400, 800, 1200, 1600, and 3200, but it's a fantastic mouse, good to hold, slides like butter on the steelseries mousepad,and is a great mouse for gaming and office use. Steelseries is great. I however do not like the shiny finish. Matte would've been a ton better.
Summary: Was looking forward to the extra button in the middle, but it turned out it wasn't actually usable as a button and just turned the speed of the mouse between high and low. But that's the end of my disappointment with this mouse. It moves nicely The scroll wheel is perfect with nice feedback The mouse is almost perfect in size This review was modfied by poster @ 10-10-13 09:36 PM
Pros: Comfortable, good precision, very well designed
Summary: If you need a mouse that is relatively cheap, and can get what you need done with only 3 mouse buttons, this is a pretty okay mouse for you. Build quality is solid, and the size of the mouse is actually quite nice (I have large hands/long fingers), but as for the driver software for the mouse, its pretty horrible. You don't have that much customization for DPI (only 4 settings iirc) and its not as intuitive as say, Logitech's driver software.
Summary: Good stuff, working good so far. Bought it at $20 for my work desk to replace old mouse, simply worth it. It's more like silver in colour instead of white (as shown in picture) and shining a bit. Also it's easy to clean that way. Love it.
Summary: Nice price for a basic mouse. $19.99 on sale. Tracks well cord is nice. Plug and play so very nice bought it for work since they weren't willing to replace the one I had at my desk. $20 bucks for a more comfortable mouse I use 7hrs a day more then worth the money.
Summary: A really nice steelseries mouse for only $19.99. It's slim but not too small. The size should be perfect for most people. Plugged it in and it's good to go. I went on their website and looked for some sort of update or software. Only found this SteelSeries Engine for 45MB. Read the release notes and figured it's only for some minor fix, prrobably not worth to download it. There isn't any programmable button on this mouse anyways.
Pros: Good price for a steelseries product
Cons: software is huge. 45MB for Steelseries Engine
Summary: You are not going to get all the bells and whistles with the Kinzu. Just a solid left/right click and scroll wheel mouse with adjustable DPI. I mostly play ARPG's which do not require a lot of extra mouse buttons making the Kinzu an excellent mouse for me. It is slightly smaller than its cousin the Sensei in length and height, so if you have big to ogre sized hands this mouse may not suit your needs.If you have average to Gnome sized hands like myself, this mouse is a...
Summary: Nice mouse, got it for $20 on sale. Buttons are not as hair-trigger as I would have liked, but it's a nice minimalistic design with good tracking and perfect for those with small/medium sized hands using a claw/fingertip grip. Be aware that the mouse you're getting will probably be the black/silver edition (with a glossy finish) as opposed to the matte all-grey design shown in the picture.