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Mionix Updates NAOS 5000 Mouse

Category: Input Devices
Posted: February 2, 2011 03:53PM
Author: CheeseMan42


Mionix has announced a software update to its NAOS 5000 gaming mouse, reviewed here by OCC. Version 1.17 offers a few updates, as well as a new feature. The new feature is called angle snapping, and aims to improve the path the mouse takes. Angle snapping can sense the tiny deviations when making vertical and horizontal movements, and corrects them to straighten the path the mouse takes. No predictions about future movement are made, only corrections to past movements. The software updates come in the form of an updated GUI and fixing a bug with 125Hz mode.



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Anigamu on February 3, 2011 01:03AM
When my Naos 5000 lost its original feel after just two months of use I thought it was crap and were planning to buy G700. However I got used to the new feel and now I can finally admit that I did the right decision when I bought this mouse. It has been almost year since release and these updates still keep coming. Also, this angle snapping works really well. I'm using cheap cloth mat and I feel my accuracy in FPS games went up at least 25% after I started using it.

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