Summary: Had this mouse for a long time now and still love it. It's smooth, heavy, metal build, long mouse cord, very distinct, precise, I love it
Pros: Adjustable sensitivity on the fly, nylon cord, distinct click for all buttons, easy to change colors, adjustable mouse tilt + height, heavy and built sturdy, good air flow between your hand and the mouse
Cons: Right mouse buttons on the side (2) can't really be used - they're just too far back for any fingers to reach, The scroll button is not smooth or can't be switched to smooth - the interval scroll is good for gaming/weapon switching but for internet browsing and likewise it just gets annoying
Summary: Final verdict: A very pretty, very expensive paperweight.
Pros: Adjustable, comfortable for people with large hands Very accurate and very solid. Doesn't flex when clicked like other mice Looks great
Cons: Failed after three months. At first it would disconnect every now and then, however the problem got worse over time. Now every time I plug it in the light on the mouse comes on for about three seconds, then shuts off and I get an error "USB device not recognized" on Windows systems. This occurs regardless of operating system (Windows, Linux, etc.) and drivers (generic/basic USB mouse drivers or the TT drivers and software). I cannot reinstall the firmware because the ...
Summary: BE WARNED: this mouse is HUGE. From the heel of my right hand to the tip of my middle finger, my hand measures roughly 8" in length. If your hand is substantially smaller than that, or you use a "claw"-style grip while using a mouse, this is definitely NOT for you. If you're willing to give your hand a chance to get used to the location of the side buttons, I think you'll be perfectly happy with this mouse.
Pros: Unlike what a couple people have mentioned in previous reviews, I disagree that anyone using a "claw"-style grip on their mouse will find this comfortable. I have large hands, and palming this mouse feels FAR more comfortable than trying to claw it. It's simply too long (unless you have hands like Shaq) to hold it that way. On that note, I think it's quite comfy to use, especially considering it's "exoskeleton" frame. The side buttons will certainly take a bit to get ...
Cons: The software is garbage, and should've never been packaged with this mouse in the first place. Thermaltake needs to up their game a bit in regards to that, but that's really the only issue I have with this mouse (so far). As mentioned above, the side buttons can certainly cause a few headaches for some people, as well as the large size, but consider yourself warned with this review (and many others).
Summary: This review focuses on my style of use. If you are a palm gripper then this mouse should be perfect for you.
Pros: It has a good weight. Scroll wheel doesn't have those stupid left and right buttons when you push the wheel side to side. The software works and I haven't had issues with it.
Cons: To long for my hands. I'm a claw gripper. If it was about 20cm shorter it would be perfect for me. Also the four side button are an annoyance at times when I move the mouse side to side. If the smaller side buttons where removed or moved further back it would be perfect.
Summary: Owned this mouse for awhile now and I'm truly impressed. The built quality is superb, its heavy and solid. The only little part that feels plasticy is the DPI adjustment button. The movement is smooth and it just feels right. I never have a problem with tracking on any surface (I don't use a mousepad). Would definitely purchase again if this ever died on me.
Pros: - Heavy mouse - adjustable DPI on the fly - sick colours - smooth movement, comfortable hand fit - able to adjust structure (tilt, rise) - customizable software/mapping - nylon wrapping around cord
Cons: - right side buttons are not easily accessible when needed for quick response - mouse wheel is not fluid, "spins" only in intervals (good or bad depending)
Summary: The mouse is great, but I was going to use this for gaming, and for that. I will say, look somewhere else, because this mouse is more of a casual user then a gamer.
Pros: The mouse is very well balanced, the buttons are too big on the sides, the grip is nice. The ability to change LCD was pretty cool and have it rotating.
Cons: I unfortunately bought this mouse when it first came out for $99.99 and I was like, okay this mouse has to be the mouse for me right? Well IT was... for a little, until I realize that the weight of the mouse is a bit excessive. Along with that, when I have to pick up the mouse and move it, I can see my cursor moving, even when I don't have anything underneath it, (like if I shake the mouse.) I also have a rattling sound in my mouse where it sounds like something got d...
Summary: Newegg sent me a USED item. The Package looked like it had been kicked around multiple times. The bag the mouse came with looked like someone burnt it somehow and made it shrink. I know Newegg will say that they NEVER send used items. This item was definately used. The zip ties that hold the mouse in place were clear. ALL of the unboxing videos I have watched had it tied down in black zip ties. It also already had the sticker that covered the lazer removed.
Pros: The mouse is the perfect size for my hand. I'm not picky and don't need the luxury of a pinky grip so that it rests comfortably i work in an office with an everyday average mouse. This mouse is the perfect weight for me and the side buttons on the left are perfectly ok with me. I Don't know how people accidentally hit them. If you have tiny hands then yeah this probably isn't the mouse for you. I am a Palm/Claw Gripper and this fits me perfectly. If you want style and...
Cons: Not a Major Con but I wish the profile/sensitivity button could be useful during game play.
Summary: While there is plenty to like, I have a sneaking suspicion that I'm eventually going to pull out the R.A.T. 7 that I shelved.
Pros: Looks great. Enjoyed the ability to change LED color. Software was usable. Easy to adjust to hand size. The ability to disable all side buttons!
Cons: The buttons. I assumed the buttons that grace the side of the BMW designed mouse would be streamlined at hardly stick out... But no, they stick out like crazy, and happen to be right where I rest my thumb. So even moving or picking up the mouse results in my hitting at least two buttons at all times. It's big... Like really big, I have large hands and this thing is still a monster to wield. The software, while usable, is pretty archaic and unfriendly.
Cons: I was concerned about purchasing a high-end mouse via mail without knowing how it would feel in my hand. I chose this mouse because it was designed by BMW’s design team and I figured it would at least have good form and function. I was wrong. Simply put, there no comfortable place for your thumb or pink. To make matters worse, the two buttons on the right side are almost unclickable, due to the fact that the pinky must apply pressure horizontally rather than clicking ...
Summary: TL:DR you have an excellently made mouse with an amazing look that has zero software support and a cumbersome DPI switch.
Pros: The mouse itself is incredibly well built. The weight is a little on the heavy side which is what I prefer, the custom adjustment let me set up an amazing grip. I love the little wire harness out the top of the mouse, it eliminates the issue of the cable getting in your way.
Cons: Lets start with the worst part of the mouse: the software. It's beyond useless, to the point where it seems maliciously written, or at least maybe coded by a 12 year old in notepad. I used the mouse for about a week before deciding to try setting up a different keybind, did not install the software until then. I was unable to get it to bind to a keyboard button and I have a pretty high technical skill level. I created a new profile and set it as active, but the 'singl...