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[I've corrected the spelling of Mionix in the subject line for the OP].

I've never used a Mionix mouse but their products are starting to get my attention.



Any OCN members have the NAOS 8200 yet give their thoughts would be great for others concerned. smile.gif

So did we find out what the weight of this mouse is without the box/contents. Specs on the product page say 320g as mentioned before.
     
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post #42 of 102
320g heavy mouse? Isnt it a lot?
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320g heavy mouse? Isnt it a lot?

Way too much. As mentioned prior it most likely is the entire package in box weight added together.
     
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Whats the release date of this badboy?
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Mionix - make a Kinzu shaped mouse with no prediction and very high malfunction speed and you will have a winner on your hands. Kinzu has the best form factor of any mouse I've used but Steelseries really dropped the ball on it in a number of ways. There's an opening in the market for this kind of mouse.

No one here cares about 8200 dpi, I still use 400 on my Kinzu v2 Pro because it actually performs better than using 3200.
Edited by Luxer - 12/19/12 at 5:29am
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Market for that kind of mouse is quite small actually. :x

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I've seen a lot of professional gamers that use the Kinzu.
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I've seen a lot of professional gamers that use the Kinzu.

 

But i've seen even more people use a 8200 CPI razer mice.

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I've seen a lot of professional gamers that use the Kinzu.

 

I see marketing left and right.  

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I've seen a lot of professional gamers that use the Kinzu.

ye and how many progamers are out there compared to casual hobby gamers?
its propably 1:10000 :-/
so which way would u go as a company?
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