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Mionix Naos 3200 Review

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Jipa 24th January 2011, 18:14 Quote
The shape is just perfect. No other word for it..

Don't be fooled by the unknown brand either, I've had my 5000 for a year now, still looks brand new and no problems whatsoever (except damn cat hair in the sensor, but that isn't the mouse's fault :P )
jimmyjj 24th January 2011, 23:49 Quote
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Originally Posted by Jipa
The shape is just perfect. No other word for it..

Don't be fooled by the unknown brand either, I've had my 5000 for a year now, still looks brand new and no problems whatsoever (except damn cat hair in the sensor, but that isn't the mouse's fault :P )

I guess you have to expect a cat to go for a mouse :)
boggsi 25th January 2011, 09:20 Quote
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Originally Posted by Jipa
The shape is just perfect. No other word for it..

Don't be fooled by the unknown brand either, I've had my 5000 for a year now, still looks brand new and no problems whatsoever (except damn cat hair in the sensor, but that isn't the mouse's fault :P )

I guess you have to expect a cat to go for a mouse :)

I'll get your coat.

Thanks for the review, not the most hotly debated items but very nice to see peripheral reviews in bit-tech :)
Fantus 25th January 2011, 09:25 Quote
Brilliant range of Mice. I've got the 5000 and can't fault it. The DPI is ridiculous but I've never pushed it further than 4000. Little things like the adjustable lift distance sensitivity make a huge difference in how a mouse feels to use and these have it spot on. The only thing I did find is that the led under your palm makes your hand a bit warm; it's all good though 'cos you can just turn it off :D
kzinti1 25th January 2011, 22:07 Quote
What's does "polling rate" mean? I'm not familiar with that term. I wouldn't ask but just a few minutes ago I read a review of an AsRock mobo that has a usb/mouse port that has an adjustable "polling rate" from 500 to 1,000 and was just wondering.
scott_chegg 26th January 2011, 08:45 Quote
I love my 5000. Just ordered the new Mionix Propus 380 mouse mat to go with it.
uz1_l0v3r 31st January 2011, 12:07 Quote
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Originally Posted by kzinti1
What's does "polling rate" mean? I'm not familiar with that term. I wouldn't ask but just a few minutes ago I read a review of an AsRock mobo that has a usb/mouse port that has an adjustable "polling rate" from 500 to 1,000 and was just wondering.

If memory serves me correctly, it's to do with how often the OS "talks" or polls your mouse. I guess that higher polling rates means greater accuracy by the OS in interpretation of your movements.
kzinti1 7th February 2011, 02:35 Quote
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Originally Posted by uz1_l0v3r
If memory serves me correctly, it's to do with how often the OS "talks" or polls your mouse. I guess that higher polling rates means greater accuracy by the OS in interpretation of your movements.

Thanks for the info!
TheBlackSwordsMan 3rd July 2012, 02:54 Quote
The shape is really alike the Qpad 5K and the Steelseries Ikari, very comfortable.
Elton 3rd July 2012, 03:27 Quote
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The shape is really alike the Qpad 5K and the Steelseries Ikari, very comfortable.

It's like the Ikari? I'm sold!
tad2008 10th July 2014, 01:14 Quote
I would love to see a wireless version of these and for me would most definitely be one to buy.

Update: I contacted Mionix and asked if they were looking to make a Wireless version of their mice and it does indeed seem that they have a prototype design that they demonstrated at CES 2014 and they provided this link for it: http://mionix.net/concepts/concept-px/

I hope someones at Bit-Tech gets to read this and can get a review sample is when one becomes available as I think they have a really solid concept and has been a while since I have been excited by something as simple as a mouse since I last bought a Logitech one.
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