Reviews and Problems with SteelSeries Kinzu v2 Pro Optical
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One day after receiving the mouse
14 March 2014
Summary: Very impressed. The reason I got this mouse was because it is so light in comparison to other gaming mice - 77g vs my really heavy ~150g Logitech G500. I realized that lighter mice let me control my aim better and respond quicker. The first thing I noticed when I got the Kinzu was how small it was - way smaller than I expected. However, with claw and finger grip even for my large hands it fit very nicely.
Summary: I liked it but the only part that disappointed me was the image looked like the mouse wasn't glossy, but it was. Which was 78.36% of the reason why I bought it. The DPI switch is nice but unused seeing as I don't need to instantly move my mouse from one screen to another.
Summary: Excellent Mouse. Fantastic price. Very precise, very good build quality, long life expectancy in this gem. I've since replaced it with a much more expensive mouse, and while yes I did replace it I literally felt bad because it has served me so well. I'm an avid CS:GO player, but recently began playing an MMO and wanted side buttons so shelled for a more expensive mouse.
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: 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: 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: 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.
Summary: The mouse fits snugly into my hand that's slightly smaller than average. The bottom is very slick, practically frictionless, so there's less strain and fatigue from motion. It's also very responsive and fast, ideal for gaming.
Summary: As a gamer, I've used my share of gaming mice over the years. I was intrigued by the Kinzu V2 Pro because it's pretty much a basic mouse. It doesn't have a dozen macro buttons like my other mice, but after using it, I really like it a lot. It just has a great feel to it. It has a lower profile than my current Logitech mouse that makes it more comfortable to use for long sessions.
Summary: The mouse that I've been using is a $100 Logitech gaming mouse. I would say that this mouse is right on par with that, and it is far less than half the price! I am anti-battery, so I love the fact that this is a wired mouse (there are too many unnecessary wireless products these days). The scroll wheel moves very smoothly, and the mouse glides around my table with ease without a mouse pad!