Conclusion: Overall the SteelSeries Xai Pro definitely shocked us with everything it could do and all of the customization options that we had at our fingertips. For an ambidextrous mouse, the Xai is comfy enough for extended gaming.
Summary: If you ask the everyday computer user the difference between computer mice, they will likely reply that they are all the same aside from some basic, physical differences. Gamers on the other hand know that this is completely false and there is in fact major differences that can be found between the...
Conclusion: Conclusion [COLOR=#000000] This is definitely one of the best mice currently on the market. It has many features that are all extremely useful. I found only two small faults with it, the loading up on the low CPI setting and the right-hand side buttons being pretty useless if you’re right-handed.
Summary: Now, let us look more closely at just what you can do in software. The first tab in software is the button assignments. You can set all 10 buttons however you want them. I just left them where they were. Also on this tab, you can set it up for right or left hand use.
Pros: Plug and play, Ease of set-up, Ten programmable buttons, User friendly software, Ergonomic design, Good for Right or Left handed user
Summary: SteelSeries has definitely pulled it off again. The Xai laser mouse manages to not only compete, but beat many of the seemingly better equipped mice from rivaling brands. The simple design approach from the Ikari has been taken one step further and the two mice SteelSeries are currently marketing...
Pros: Performance, Great looking, Ergonomical shape, Extremely feature packed driver, On-board memory, LCD Display, Durable design, Ambidextrous, Sensor works great
Excerpt: There are some out there who like to think of gaming peripherals as flashy, extravagant products that cater to a select group of well-heeled individuals. However, there is another and some would say much larger segment of the gaming populace who don’t want shiny LEDs or convertible palm grips.