Conclusion: Drivers & LCD Screen: The LCD Screen on the bottom of this mouse is an amazing idea, very useful for when in a game or if you’d rather not have to get the driver up. The resolution of the screen on the bottom is very good, allowing text to be easily readable and the menus to be navigated with ease.
Conclusion: After years of work designing and perfecting the Xai it's weird that there are almost no special features that stand out other than the LCD screen. After using the mouse for a few weeks, it was easy to see where all of their time went.
Conclusion: Whether or not you should buy the Xai depends on how sensitive you are to the mounsing aids it can remove – if you find that your cursor isn’t quite following the path your hand pushes your ordinary mouse in, then it may be worth investigating.
Conclusion: Well this is a cool mouse I have to admit, it’s comfortable to use even though it’s made for both left and right handed people. I actually ended up replacing my own old mouse with this one for my main setup due to the fact it’s so comfortable and very easy to work with.
Conclusion: The Xai feels a bit of a self-contained anachronism. It’s a foremost generation in terms of technological components, but a decade behind in terms of polish and refinement. There are a few mice out there with these kind of specifications, though, and they needed something to set them apart.
Pros: Symmetrical design works for left- and right-handed users, LCD menu screen allow configuration at any time, Very high precision laser technology, Highly customisable settings, Configuration software has in-built help explanations, Classic design not overly ostentatious
Cons: LCD menus are awkward to navigate, No way to switch profiles on-the-fly, Macro software is a little buggy, Feels a little unrefined for such a high price
Conclusion: Overall the Xai is a cracking mouse, and I really need to get my hands upon a second one as ferrying it back and forth between work is a nuisance and my Ikari Laser mice are both wearing out from excessive use.
Conclusion: No es ajustable en peso, aunque este es ideal de serie Un performance sobresaliente, una ergonomía perfecta y un software y ajuste llevado al límite, hacen que este Steelseries Xai se coloque de lleno entre la élite de los ratones gaming del mercado.
Pros: Diseño muy fino y elegante, Ergonomía, es muy cómodo, Desplazamiento suave, "on the fly" y alta resolución, Indicador led, Pantalla LCD muy funcional, Respuesta sobresaliente en juegos, Posibilidad de macros, Software muy completo, Padsurfers de calidad, Presentación
Cons: No es ajustable en peso, aunque este es ideal de serie