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Mionix Naos 8200 Review

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MSHunter 24th July 2014, 12:16 Quote
Dam I was so close to buying this and the mouse mat when Ebuyer had on offer a few months back :(
SuicideNeil 24th July 2014, 12:50 Quote
I hope the laser sensor is better than the one in my Func MS-3, the damn thing tends to be quite jittery sometimes, and the software is buggy as hell if you mash the buttons a bit too furiously, meaning you need to unplug it & plug it back in to sort it out. Shame because it's so wonderfully comfortable...
Corky42 24th July 2014, 15:30 Quote
Going on the review it seems the Naos 8200 isn't using interpolation, often the cause of jitter.
pantalaimon 24th July 2014, 18:03 Quote
I have the Naos 7000 which uses an optical sensor. Hardwired acceleration plagues laser mice so I would steer well clear of this one unless it is proven to be free of it.
Digi 24th July 2014, 22:44 Quote
Another mouse that looks exactly the same as the QPAD 5K which came out 5-6 years ago. Could never get used to the grip but they are accurate.
captain caveman 25th July 2014, 10:59 Quote
Looks like the 5000 ?, found the 5000 uncomfortable to use, buggy, and poor support from mionix
supermuchurios 25th July 2014, 15:28 Quote
Had my Mionix Saiph for some time now. Greatest mouse I have ever used.
Elton 26th July 2014, 04:07 Quote
The Naos reminds me of the Steelseries Ikari. Which is still in use for me. I loved how comfy that thing was.
OnyxLilninja 28th July 2014, 14:28 Quote
The Mionix Naos 7000 is considered the best performing of the Naos series for gaming as it uses an optical sensor instead of laser.

I would love to have got one, but went for the cheaper Cooler Master Alcor, which comes in a half the price (£25) and still has an excellent optical sensor for gaming.
Yslen 31st July 2014, 17:52 Quote
I've got one of these, had it a couple of months now but it's been resigned to work laptop duty for most of that. Quick review:

- Very comfortable
- Lots of jitter
- Inaccurate due to hard-coded acceleration

Conclusion: Great for all day use, but competitive gamers should look elsewhere
Kovoet 31st July 2014, 18:24 Quote
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Originally Posted by Yslen
I've got one of these, had it a couple of months now but it's been resigned to work laptop duty for most of that. Quick review:

- Very comfortable
- Lots of jitter
- Inaccurate due to hard-coded acceleration

Conclusion: Great for all day use, but competitive gamers should look elsewhere

I totally agree with this, way to jittery. The software is not any good
jrs77 31st July 2014, 18:35 Quote
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Originally Posted by SuicideNeil
I hope the laser sensor is better than the one in my Func MS-3, the damn thing tends to be quite jittery sometimes, and the software is buggy as hell if you mash the buttons a bit too furiously, meaning you need to unplug it & plug it back in to sort it out. Shame because it's so wonderfully comfortable...

Func released a version 2 of the MS-3 that should work better.

I myself love these ergonomic mouses and used the SS Ikari over the last years... three of them, as the switches of all of them unfortunately don't last very long it seems.

I was deciding between the Mionix 3200 and the Func MS-3 v2 and decided to buy the Func, as the new revision seems to have fixed the jitter and stuff.

If only Steelseries would rerelease the Ikari with more durable switches. The 6Gv2 starts to make problems with two or three keys now aswell after two years of use. They're simply not built to last any longer than the two-year warranty-period it seems.
SpAceman 1st August 2014, 01:10 Quote
Just received my Naos 7000. Love it.
Most comfortable mouse ever.
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