Pros: Only 30$ as of right now, 3200 DPI, Wired, Flat Mouse-Wheel, 5-configurable buttons, nice weight
Cons: Large, tyre-like scroller (Surprisngly a burden for me,) lack of included software, cheapish build-quality
With almost 3 months of use, however, the right trigger (Or 'clicker') on the mouse had been damaged. No doubt it was simply my fault, but it should still cover warranty and I've been waiting 3 days now to see if the RMA will accept or deny my request. The biggest faults behind the mouse is the material (I simply call it a shaving of a tyre) and will give a somewhat-uncomfortable feeling when scrolling or trying its feature of sliding it left or right. It also uses 3-buttons to choose the DPI you want at any time (800, 1600, 3200,) odd at first but pleasant when you have it readily available without accidentally pressing it.
So if you're looking for a 'gaming' mouse for a low-price while having the bare-needs of 1600dpi or more, a few side-buttons and being wired, I would suggest the M6900 from Gigabyte.