Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake MO BLK 002 DT
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Oversized and not very accurate
8 May 2014
Summary: This mouse is the biggest mouse I've ever used. My hand doesn't fit comfortably over it and it doesn't feel as accurate as my G500. I do like the DPI buttons on the front, and the weight adjustment, but I still can't use it because of the size.
Summary: I've had it for a few years with fairly light use - maybe 10+ hours a week. From day one the left-click button was squeaky. I never realized how much I click until I started to be annoyed by the sound of it. Eventually, it went away. I guess I wore away the rubbing plastic parts.
Summary: Adjustable DPI and it's a good price. I use this in BF3, made rotating a turret much faster. Can't beat the price. Comes with a portable gaming bag and weights, although i don't use them. **EDIT *** I bought this mouse on May 14, 2012. It seems that in the past month or so that it's freezing.
Summary: Well, this mouse has cool look and the rubber coating is great plus but gaming mice has more important features like speed and comfortable. Pros: Great look Great materials good price. steady sensor. Cons: Not comfortable.
Summary: WARNING-WARNING i loved this mouse for a couple of hours then it showed its true colours it randomly stops responding for 2-10 seconds and if you lift it from the mousepad to adjust your position it takes 5-15 seconds to start working again it was a gift to replace a HORRIBLY malfunctioning...
Summary: I was super excited to destroy the hordes of hell in Diablo on release day with this mouse. I got it 4 days before. It worked very good for the first 2 days. The third day I noticed that when I picked it up off of the mousepad, the mouse would freeze and would be unable to be used for about 15...
Summary: The con section leads me to conclude that the mouse is probably not built all that durably, so if you need a quick, fairly cheap, capable mouse that doesn't need to last long, it's not too terrible, but there are a lot of mice out there that cost less than this one, so I don't see it as much of a...
Pros: Well-featured mouse with adjustable weight (this matters, believe it or not), and the slow-pulse red glowy TT logo is cool.
Cons: The first unit shipped with a bad cable. TT RMA'd it fine (though refused to cross-ship, meaning I had to use my tiny little laptop mouse as a backup for 2 weeks). The second mouse lasted 7 months, and then either the laser or the laser pickup went out, as the cursor won't move but the buttons al...
Summary: After only 3 hours of fiddling and struggling to get used to it I found many problems such as the mouse not being able to move after many fast consistent clicks, and even freezing at times for a few seconds.
Pros: - Price
- Big mouse for palm grip
- DPI switch on the go
- Aesthetics, looks really cool
- Weight adjustment to preference
Cons: - Not good for small hands/claw grip/finger tip grip (Big mouse)
- I ran it on 4000dpi (I run 5700dpi) and there was a problem when clicking more than 4+ clicks a second (yes it's possible with left and right alternating clicks) the mouse did not move
- Very buggy, at points freezing