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post #51 of 102
Calm before the storm? Where are you mionix?
post #52 of 102
hmmm, probably should have waited for that instead of getting my nascita. oh well =/
post #53 of 102
Mionix, the world not gonna end today, you can get out from the hidden place now..... thanks. thumb.gif
post #54 of 102
I have the 3200 and love the ergo of it...could have more on the pinky finger side, but it is a great product, I'm on my 2-3rd year of it and it has done well. For my next rig I will seriously consider this new mouse.
post #55 of 102
On sale now on Newegg as of just now - Mionix NAOS 8200 - and in packaging for me. biggrin.gif

Will post pics when it's arrived.
     
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post #56 of 102
Great. And please report weight and dimensions. Thanks.
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On sale now on Newegg as of just now - Mionix NAOS 8200 - and in packaging for me. biggrin.gif
Will post pics when it's arrived.
you are a savior. i found about this mouse a few hours ago, and there is no reviews about it, so you would be VERY helpful to some.
     
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Rofl @ newegg "review'

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you are a savior. i found about this mouse a few hours ago, and there is no reviews about it, so you would be VERY helpful to some.

I ordered it on the 21st. It arrives on the 27th according to UPS. I've not found any tech reviews yet either. First Mionix mouse I'm trying. smile.gif
     
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For all those in this thread stuck on the sensor - no peripherals company is going to be coming up with their own homegrown sensors any time soon, so no, Mionix isn't going to stand out more than anyone else in that area.

However, as VERY satisfied owner of the Mionix Naos 3200 I can safely say they really kick ass. They're just so ergonomically comfy. That's what makes the 3200 a good mouse beyond the 3060 sensor: the shape, weight, etc. I never knew how much I wanted a pinky rest on my mouse until I had one. And they did the rubber coating right and nearly the entire thing is covered. Heck, I even recommend the mouse to non-gamers. Turn off the internal LED & it's just a comfy mouse for business/casual use. The feel & construction is top notch. Still going strong after a couple of years of heavy use. -All that applies to the 8200 as well, since all three Naos models use the same shape, it sems.

And yeah, I think the weight is off on the Mionix website - the mouse has always felt fairly light to me.

There are two drawbacks to Mionix Naos mice which could be deal breakers. The mouse is right-hand only (which is hilarious, given the company sponsors the left-handed professional gamer Naniwa). And it's not the best mouse if you constantly lift the mouse while gaming. I game at 800 DPI, so I don't lift the mouse much. And it's not hard to lift. But it's not designed specifically for that, so perhaps there are better mice if you're a compulsive lifter.
    
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