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: 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. Lag sometime which is a disaster in intense multiplayer matches stiff cable good for office and paint software but not a gaming mouse.
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 seconds. It was a quirk I thought maybe was normal so I dealt with it. The day came to play diablo and low and behold, the mouse stopped working completely.
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. If you pick the mouse up to reset it's position it's taking 10-15 seconds to reactivate.It sucks getting shot while your mouse is stuck.
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. Anywhere my had touches is discolored, and I don't eat while I'm using my PC, so it's not Cheeto dust.
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 sidewinder now i have 2 POS mice :( STAY AWAY FROM THIS PRODUCT
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 bargain.
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 all work.
Over-priced poorly designed for gaming, not worth it.
A. Yarwood "Ace42", Amazon
25 December 2011
Summary: It is NOT a true six button mouse; two of those buttons are NOT configurable, they are merely used to change DPI on the fly. It is a FOUR button mouse, which is less buttons than my 10 year old £10 optical mouse from Lidl! The ergonomics are terrible; the button layout means there is excess travel between the left or right mouse and the scroll-wheel click; and it's overly bulky; both of which combined to cause hand cramps almost instantly for me, let alone after a...