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Mionix Naos 3200 Review

gotdamojo06    -   October 26, 2010
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Conclusion:

Looking back at the specifications and the intent of the mouse, you are going to be quite happy with what Mionix has come up with. As this mouse is a step down from the Naos 5000, you are not going to be able to get the same DPI settings. They are limited to 3200 while the Naos 5000 are maxed out at 5000. The Mionix Naos 3200 has a rubber coating around the outside of the mouse. This is going to help you grip the mouse easier while you are gaming, especially once your hand starts to sweat and let's be honest, we all have had some sweating palms in the middle of an intense round. The ergonomic design of the Naos 3200 is just about perfect for myself. It felt almost natural putting the mouse in my hand. The way the Naos 3200 fit in my hand, reminded me of just setting my hand down on the mouse pad and moving it around. When it comes down to the customization of the Naos 3200, I was a little disappointed. I was only able to set the DPI to three different settings: 800; 1600 and 3200. On the same note, the LED colors do change with the different profiles but you are not able to change the profile colors and you are not able to set the LED colors to anything other than the green, red and blue defaults. The fact that you can change all of the buttons on the mouse does give it a little bit of a boost in that you have a nice list of different functions you can reprogram the mouse to. And with the macro programmer and the button press feature, you are going to be able to expand on what your mouse can do. All of your settings are stored on the memory that is built into the Naos 3200, meaning you do not need to have the Mionix software installed on the computer with which you wish to use the mouse. Just plug it in and all of your settings are there for you to use. The weight of the mouse is just about perfect for me as well. I also like having a light weight mouse so my wrist does not become uncomfortable and sore after gaming for a few hours. Especially, when I am gaming at 2560 x 1600. If you are in the market for a new mouse, I would suggest that you consider the Mionix Naos 3200 as long as you are not worried about being limited on the DPI settings since the ergonomic design does more than make up for it in my eyes. I will be using this mouse as my primary gaming mouse

 

 

Pros:

  • Rubber Coating
  • Ergonomic Design
  • 7 Fully Programmable buttons
  • Built-in Memory
  • Light Weight (99g)

 

 

Cons:

  • Only 3200 DPI
  • Only 800, 1600 and 3200 DPI settings in driver software
  • Customization
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