$5 Microsoft special might be a better choice for FPS games...
1 August 2014
Summary: A lot of what makes a good gaming mouse comes down to preference, so keep that in mind when reading this review. Having said that, this makes for an absolutely awful FPS mouse in my opinion. The "rubberized" surface seems to serve the opposite purpose of what it was designed to do, provide grip. The surface is slippy and I continuously have to re-grip to keep my hand on the mouse.
An Awesome Choice for Gaming( NOT NOT NOT, SEE UPDATES)
Zunaid Ahmed, Amazon
28 June 2014
Summary: Some problems that should be aware of: SEE UPDATE 2 1. When the mouse is first used. It may show full charge, but it is actually not, let it charge a couple of hours to fix the weird calibration. 2. When the mouse goes to sleep, it will not turn on unless rested on the dock and picked up againiupdateFClick the left mouse button to wake the mouse upj.
Summary: I am very disappointed about this mouse.I had a Logitech G400, and it works pretty good for more than 2 years, after that I bought steelseries mouse because of the recommendation from my brother. HOWEVER, it is not comfortable at all compared to G400, and the right button started to be very insensitive after 4 month using it, it's not functioning anymore after a few weeks later.
Summary: I was reluctant to spend this much money for a mouse, but I figured that since it is something you use each and every day, why not splurge. So having said that, I had high expectations. Upon receiving the mouse it appeared to have a good build quality, and the braid wrapped around the cord was a nice touch; however, the unit I received had a serious issue. The switch for the right mouse button had zero spring to it, no tactile feedback of a click, and a hair trigger.
Summary: I'm not sure if it's because of the rubberized base, but this mouse constantly stutters at a subtle rate. You keep thinking you're pointing or hovering in the right direction, but it always shifts a few pixels shy of where it should be. I've read troubleshooting and settings for Windows 7 and nothing works. I put in a 5 dollar mouse and there's no problem. It's this mouse. 2 stars because it feels nice and no problems with LED, but it's way too frustrating right now.
Summary: I had a normal Sensei for over a year and loved it, but I wore out the main mouse button switch. I bought a Sensei Raw to replace it. I had my Sensei speed set to 450 counts per inch, but the Raw can only do 400 or 500 counts per inch. That was annoying but not a dealbreaker. I had a problem with this mouse's tracking. This mouse has little recessed hole for the sensor, and it must have trapped some dust. I blew it out a few times that problem was mostly taken care of.
Summary: Seemed to work Ok, acceptable number of options, which all worked. Would often fail to work after start/restart, soldiered on, no difference. Followed manufactures guidelines for firmware update, just got worse, never worked again. Funny thing, would work on login screen, then fail on appearance of desktop.
Pros: liked the adjustable dpi count, easy movement
Cons: on start/restart, would not work, many times
imature software and after a fall from my desk wreck a bit poor build quality for its premium price in pros it ...
George Kasimatis, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Doesn't work on glass, many dc's, difficulties in pairing in some cases, imature software and after a fall from my desk wreck a bit poor build quality for its premium price in pros it has good ambidextrous design which was the reason I bought it.