We’ve had our fair share of gaming mice in the past, but this time round there is yet another contender to hit the market – the Mionix NAOS 3200 gaming mouse. This model sports all the standard criteria of a mouse in its class, including a high DPI resolution of up to 3,200, integrated memory that will save a range of settings so that you can connect it to different computers without having to go through all the setting up of controls over again. Not only that, customary LEDs have been incorporated for aesthetic reasons to make you look “meaner” to newbies, with an adjustable polling rate up to 1000Hz and seven buttons rounding off the list of features. Mionix is asking €55 for this puppy, which places it in the median range. We would have liked to see it include an adjustable weights system that will cater to different gamers’ tastes, but guess that might just bump the price up to an even more apprehensive figure. Southpaws will have to avoid this though since there is no left-handed edition, and it doesn’t come in a balance, symmetrical design. Bummer.
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