Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse Driver
Product information: NAOS Professional Gaming Mouse. The unique shape of Mionix Naos supports the whole hand without compromising. The Mionix Naos mouse at £38 represents pretty good value for money, although there were some things I felt could have been improved. Mionix Naos RGB-Color Ergonomic Optical Gaming Mouse Black is available on our shop online at Lowest/Best Price in India, EMI, cash on delivery.
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Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse Driver
The mouse is smooth and fluid, and the sensor tracks on just about anything, November 18, 80 Good mice are a dime a dozen.
November 01, 60 The comfort of the mouse is almost unsurpassed. The fact that you can reprogram mouse1 is amazing.
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Lack of profiling and the limit on the macros is a grave disappointment. November 01, 80 The first gaming rodent we saw come scuttling out of Mionix's Swedish workshop was the Naosand a lovely little thing it was too.
It came with all the headline-grabbing numbers you could want from a gaming mouse, with lightning-fast DPI settings, October 15, 90 When I first started using the Naos I didn't think I'd use the feature that allows you to change the DPI settings on-the-fly but after actually experimenting with it I found it quite useful, even if the buttons set as default got accidentally The reason why I say this is because Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse the parts were slick and smooth with no loose or flimsy parts; from the mouse buttons being very 'clickable' and refined, the side buttons being easy to press, and the scroll wheel's tactile feel.
Again, the Mionix Naos is truly impressive here in both usability and quality -- all these combined Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse the smooth Teflon feet provides smooth, excellent glide among most mousing surfaces makes the Mionix Naos a very commendable product.
After years of Logitech's G-series mice, ranging from the original G5 and G7 to the latest G, I am naturally inclined to Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse classified as palm mouse user. This means that I prefer to rest my entire palm completely over the surface of the mouse, instead of just using my fingers for grip.
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In this case, the Mionix Naos is a perfect fit for users with these preferences such as me. A large, curved resting surface is designed for the palm, while a series of curvatures for the thumb, ring finger, and pinkie are set on the side Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse they Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse -- it is hard to not to admit how comfortable this mouse is. This design makes it both usable and an excellent experience at the same time; with the added grip from the rubber coating, this makes the Mionix Naos one of the most comfortable mice I have used, just like the Naos This comfort does not come without a small sacrifice though -- because this mouse has to accommodate the two fingers as mentioned and the pinkie, it is just a wee bit wider than the G, and may be an issue if one dislikes the idea of a physically larger mouse.
In no way is it too big or Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse too bulky in my opinion; I had no issue at all with the size and I don't think it is that large of an issue either because the Naos is designed for desktop use. This mouse is much more comfortable to use than the Logitech G in Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse opinion, due to the softer touch surface. The target market for this mouse is obviously the gamer, and less so office users.
However, this does not mean that the Mionix Naos is bad for day to day office or productivity usage.
Even so, I found that using this mouse at the maximum dpi setting ofit was still very usable for office work, and even image editing such as the ones seen in this review. With the Hz polling rate and 1 ms rated response, Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse Mionix Naos was responsive and snappy. Speed was not an issue at all, and the mouse is very precise and sharp with no 'oil slick effects' or response time issues.
At dpi, the mouse was still very precise and accurate, and it did not feel out of control at any point, even with the LED optical sensor instead of the more powerful laser sensor. The flexibility allowed great potential for precise gaming and graphics editing. I have experienced zero issues in Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse when using it over our test surfaces, including a bare desk in addition to the performance surfaces.
Even the side buttons worked very well in their location on the Naos Overall, the mouse was responsive and snappy, and provided great tracking consistency on each and every one of them. Of course, with all LED sensors, it has inherent limitations on tracking reflective or transparent surfaces.
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Realistically this is the nature of all types of optical mice, and most users would not use a Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse transparent glass table as a tracking surface directly anyway. For the price you pay, I think it is very fair it is missing a few 'luxury' features from its bigger brother, such as customizable weights and more LEDs. The built-in memory is still a good touch, although it supports only one profile rather than five, it still gets the job done Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse retaining settings independent of your computer.
The dpi LED based optical sensor still provided commendable performance for gaming and productivity alike. Its glide is excellent as it utilizes smooth polytetrafluoroethylene feet. Tack that on with the Mionix Naos series comfort we know and love, this is indeed a pretty solid mouse!