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Arizonian hits the big time his video is now on the Mionix Facebook page thumb.gif
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Arizonian hits the big time his video is now on the Mionix Facebook page thumb.gif

No kidding? That's cool.

And so did the Mionix Owners Club from Overclock.net. thumb.gif

https://www.facebook.com/mionix
     
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post #233 of 1420
Got ikeyboard a while back from newegg was $99 and propus was $19 paid like $ 22 for 900 on amazon
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Got ikeyboard a while back from newegg was $99 and propus was $19 paid like $ 22 for 900 on amazon

What do you think of the propus? I'm curious.

I had to smile when I read your listing AMD_Freak added to the club OP.

"23.Ensabrenoir- Mionix Naos 5000, Zibal 60, Propus 380, Sargas 900, Mionix Kitchen sink" smile.gif

If Mionix made a set of Blues, Reds or my favorite Browns Cherry MX I would give thier keyboard a try.
     
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LOL i glad someone noticed , Im really happy with My Max Keyboard you can have it built any way you want
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post #236 of 1420
My Naos 8200 got here early and this thing is incredibly comfy. Clicks feel a lot better than the Razer mice my partner & I own (Naga & Deathadder) and it's so nice not having to feel any smooth plastic on the sides. My girlfriend tried the Naos for a little bit, but still prefers the Deathadder due to her grip and the difficulty found when it comes to lifting the mouse. I use a much higher DPI than her, so the mouse never really leaves the pad for me. Needless to say, I'm in love with this mouse smile.gif

     
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My Naos 8200 got here early and this thing is incredibly comfy. Clicks feel a lot better than the Razer mice my partner & I own (Naga & Deathadder) and it's so nice not having to feel any smooth plastic on the sides. My girlfriend tried the Naos for a little bit, but still prefers the Deathadder due to her grip and the difficulty found when it comes to lifting the mouse. I use a much higher DPI than her, so the mouse never really leaves the pad for me. Needless to say, I'm in love with this mouse smile.gif
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Congrats Jocelyn84. thumb.gif I see you married your Mionix NAOS 8200 with the Mionix Sargas 320. smile.gif Sweet.

Edited to add: I agree though if one likes to pick up or needs to pick up mice gaming this wouldn't be the best suited mouse. I too use higher DPI in settings when I game rather than pick up the mouse and swipe to swing around.
     
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post #238 of 1420
Conarats Jocelyn84
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27" HP 2710m X2 Max Keyboard Cherry Reds w/ Red LEDS WASD yello... Seasonic X-1050w TrIBAL_fISh M0d 
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post #239 of 1420
Ok - got me a Mionix Sargas 320 for the winter months. tongue.gif

8/10 S.Q.A.T - and can't tell any tracking difference. Haven't gamed yet. Nice low profile with inlet on my desk top. Nice black sleek look along with the mouse.

Poor iPhone pic.

     
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Cool news out of CES 2013 on Mionix introducing their first head set! An upcoming analog head set with memory foam cushions on the ear pads! Angled driver on the ear so it bends with your ear the contour of your head and ear. A second USB version later this year.

I'm curious on the audio specs and sound quality these will put out. Cool timing as I'm going to be in the market for a head set as my old Creative set has had ended up in the trash. Going to be doing some homework and these will be on the list of possibilities.



Edited to add: BTW I think it says a lot for a company when their CEO / owner is out there at CES 2013 with his products. smile.gif Looks like Mionix might be growing their imprint in the gaming market this year.
     
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