Originally Posted by cuad
Mionix has two mouses, the 3200 and the 5000. The 5000 is more Avago ANDS-9500 trash. The 3200 is the MX518 in a Mionix body. They have the same sensor, but the 3200 is costs way more for no good reason, which is why you shouldn't buy it.
I wouldn't agree with this for a couple of reasons.
First, the mx518 sensor is a plus in my book, but i'm a low sensitivity lifter so 5000DPI doesn't matter to me, and I LOVED my mx510/518.
BUT, the body on the mx510/518/G5 makes my hand hurt, and I never liked the weight or smoothness of any of those mice.
I never knew about Mionix before I bought the Naos 3200, and I totally took a risk on it. However, all I needed was to hold one on my hand and I was sold. After using it, I can't imagine using any other body in a mouse.
I love lightweight mice, this mouse feels like you're holding nothing, and it has a ton of foot surface so it glides on every surface I've tried it on. (cloth pads, original glass icemat, alienware tactx mousepad)
The width and support for ring and pinky are the single greatest feature of this mouse, for me, it's completely resolved ALL fatigue problems that have plagued me as long as I've been using computers.
The shape of this mouse combined with the finish, the weight makes it absolute mouse nirvana. I highly recommend you at least try it out.
As far as the sensor goes, I'm not a pro player so I won't pretend to nitpick about the details, I can tell you it works well for a lifter, it's quick and accurate to match it's weight, and I have absolutely zero complaints. Also the software for it is very good and very efficient, resource-wise.
All around, I love my mouse... say what you will about sensors etc, but as far as I'm concerned it's worth at least a test.