Summary: The video shows me comparing the SteelSeries Kinzu v2 mouse against another gaming mouse (a ). In the video I cover the bullet points Kinzu lists for the mouse features, and compare them to the Logitech mouse.
A solid but somewhat lacking entry level gaming mouse
Media Man, Amazon
15 April 2013
Summary: Being a very avid gaming household we tend to buy and cycle through a lot of different mice and we're always on the lookout to try something new. I prefer more simplistic mice where as my other half wants more buttons than you can shake a stick at.
Summary: Well I am a gamer, and the latest mice I use include the Razer Diamondback and right not the Logitech G500. This might leave others wondering why I would be interested in this product at all. Well a couple of reasons. One is a i have multiple computers that I infrequently switch out the mice.
Nice mouse but the SteelSeries Engine software won't recognize it
Margaret Picky, Amazon
26 March 2013
Summary: The SteelSeries Kinzu 2 Pro Edition Optical Gaming Mouse is a minimalist mouse for gamers who use a claw grip. It floats on my desk like it's oiled, making my other mice seem like they have sandpaper on the bottom. Both the wheel and the optical sensor are very precise.
Summary: While the technical specifications are impressive for the price range of this mouse, it's strong suit lies in the software that you download from SteelSeries. It's VERY accurate with movements and the sensor is top tier.
If you're going to buy this mouse, get the silver one
Alex W., Amazon
24 April 2012
Summary: I went through 4 of these mice (yeah, four) because I liked the shape so much. 1st: Silver one with unbalanced feet. 2nd: Black one with a terrible left click. Left click felt like it was clicking down two notches per one click if you clicked on the button too far to the middle of the mouse.