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Just got my Naos 3200, already in love wubsmiley.gif
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Sorry if I had missed it. Can anyone tell me what microswitch is used for the left/right buttons of Naos? Many thanks biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post

Sorry if I had missed it. Can anyone tell me what microswitch is used for the left/right buttons of Naos? Many thanks biggrin.gif

Tweak Town took it apart.



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The right and left click buttons are backed with Omron switches to give the two buttons used most the longest longevity and a better feel than other offerings.
Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/5140/mionix_naos_8200_gaming_mouse_review/index5.html#k8xEGX39esgPXJSa.99

As for the side buttons, DPI buttons, and the scroll wheel click micro-switch, they are various models of TTC switches. As I have said before, TTC switches are nice, they just don't have the feel or lifespan of the Omron switches, and it does save the manufacturer a couple of dollars not using Omron's throughout.
Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/5140/mionix_naos_8200_gaming_mouse_review/index5.html#k8xEGX39esgPXJSa.99

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Just got my Naos 3200, already in love wubsmiley.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Hey guys, I have a few questions, and if as many of you can answer as possible, it would be much appreciated.

So I recently got a new mouse (2 days ago). The Corsair M60. It looks and feels great, but I just don't think it's the right shape for me. As far as I can figure out, I'm a cross palm/claw grip. Do I need to just get used to it, or shall I get a 3200? Anyway, here are the questions:

1. What is the durability of the Naos mice like? (3200 specifically)

2. How is the customer support of Mionix? I've heard bad things!

3. I currently have a Razer Sphex mouse mat, if I get a 3200, if it worth me getting a Qck to go with it?
post #285 of 1420
The 3200 has some issues with the thumb buttons. I sent mine back after 6 months of use because the thumb button got stuck and kept freezing my pc.
The reseller sent the mouse to Mionix and off course the button worked without problems. The reseller used the mouse for a couple of days and still no problems found.
It is now in the hands of Mionix again to see if they will replace it anyway even if they can't find the problem, you can look on newegg feedback to see that it is a common problem with this mouse. Other than that it is a great mouse and really comfortable.
I haven't heard anything yet about whether or not they are going to replace it so i don't know about the support from Mionix yet.
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Originally Posted by AssassiinGamer View Post

Hey guys, I have a few questions, and if as many of you can answer as possible, it would be much appreciated.

So I recently got a new mouse (2 days ago). The Corsair M60. It looks and feels great, but I just don't think it's the right shape for me. As far as I can figure out, I'm a cross palm/claw grip. Do I need to just get used to it, or shall I get a 3200? Anyway, here are the questions:

1. What is the durability of the Naos mice like? (3200 specifically)

2. How is the customer support of Mionix? I've heard bad things!

3. I currently have a Razer Sphex mouse mat, if I get a 3200, if it worth me getting a Qck to go with it?

I also upgraded from an m60 for the exact same reason as you. I just couldn't get used to it. You will not have that issue with the Naos, that's for sure. I can personally say I wouldn't want to use a mouse pad with a big wrist rest if any with this mouse.
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Originally Posted by AssassiinGamer View Post

Hey guys, I have a few questions, and if as many of you can answer as possible, it would be much appreciated.

So I recently got a new mouse (2 days ago). The Corsair M60. It looks and feels great, but I just don't think it's the right shape for me. As far as I can figure out, I'm a cross palm/claw grip. Do I need to just get used to it, or shall I get a 3200? Anyway, here are the questions:

1. What is the durability of the Naos mice like? (3200 specifically)

2. How is the customer support of Mionix? I've heard bad things!

3. I currently have a Razer Sphex mouse mat, if I get a 3200, if it worth me getting a Qck to go with it?

I would look at the NAOS 5000 or the 8200
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I'd like to enter with my old NAOS 5000

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Originally Posted by InsideJob View Post

I also upgraded from an m60 for the exact same reason as you. I just couldn't get used to it. You will not have that issue with the Naos, that's for sure. I can personally say I wouldn't want to use a mouse pad with a big wrist rest if any with this mouse.

Thanks for the response!

I think I'll give the M60 a few more days, then I'll probably trade it in. Which Naos did you get?
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I would look at the NAOS 5000 or the 8200

Why is that? The only extra the 5000 has that appeals to me is the weights.
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