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There is video review out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ss9I5nxz2t0
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Originally Posted by Honzik1 View Post

There is video review out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ss9I5nxz2t0

Nice video unboxing visually covering the article by Capsule Computers wrote.

Mouse feet replacements Mionix Mouse Glidez Naos $7.99.

The one pin point LED light in the scroll wheel the reviewer was talking about is viewable if you sit awkwardly high over the mouse at your desk OR unless your mouse is very close to you, and in both scenarios only if your hands off the mouse and stare directly at the scroll wheel. If your standing over the mouse you can see it easily. However if your looking anywhere else even with your hands off the mouse it isn't noticeable at all.

As soon as you put your hand over the mouse to use, regardless of grip or where you sit at your desk it's covered and cannot be seen no matter how hard you try. Not something I would consider a CON in my book because it doesn't effect the mouse interaction when in use one bit.

The cursor moving around wildly during gaming at one point until the reviewer picked up the mouse and reset it to a new point on the mouse pad to stop was not reproducible by him. I'm going to be gaming when I have a good block of free time on my hands and see if I run into the same. I was curious what settings the reviewer had with 'lift distance' or 'acceleration' or any at all when this happened to him and what game he was playing.

NAOS 8200 definitely stands up with other high end mice with quality components as Omron switches and I can confirm a very responsive and solid built scroll wheel. Clicking on this mouse feels as good as other high end mice I've used.

I hope a tech review can confirm if in fact the Mionix rep was correct when he stated the NAOS 8200 is using an improved A9800 sensor HERE in this thread earlier.
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Hi Guys!
Glad to see the news found its way in to overclock as well.
The Naos 8200 have no problems with delay as previous products with the Avago 9800 sensor had, that have been fixed. Reviews will start showing up soon so you just don't have to take our word on it.
Cheers,
Mionix

For this alone would make the mouse stand out over other mice using same DPI sensor in my book.
     
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post #93 of 102
Can a owner confirm how much this mouse weighs (without cord)? Would be much appreciated!
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Can a owner confirm how much this mouse weighs (without cord)? Would be much appreciated!

Tell you what....I'm going to unplug this mouse today and go to a UPS store and weigh this with cord / without cord / and all box contents for everyone by end of day.
     
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Indeed! You must do a weigh, it is strange they didn't "fix" it on their website.

About that video review... it doesn't stand out? I think outside even proves that it is! Cable looks gorgeous and that design looks pretty awesome to me. And I'm pretty sure hardware itself isn't something from "3rd world".
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Ok mouse with cord = 5.3 ounces = 151 grams.

Person at the UPS store didn't have time for any other weights unless I was shipping it in a box. tongue.gif

So the listed weight of 320g is accurate if it includes the box. I was pretty close saying it was as heavy or slightly heavier than my Razer Mamba which weighs 136 grams.
     
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Thanks Arizonian!

I ask myself; why the hell would they not list the weight of the mouse alone on Mionix official page for the mouse? One of the key things i want to know about a new mouse is how much it weighs (and if it has additional weights they should list what the min/max weight is), i dont get how so many manufacturers can get this wrong.
Edited by EtraN - 12/29/12 at 4:55pm
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Thanks Arizonian!
I ask myself; why the hell would they not list the weight of the mouse alone on Mionix official page for the mouse? One of the key things i want to know about a new mouse is how much it weighs (and if it has additional weights they should list what the min/max weight is), i dont get how so many manufacturers can get this wrong.

I really agree. I also find it bizarre that weight of mouse with cord is seen as important. I don't pick up the cord! Easier to measure, I guess.
    
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Will you review mouse soon? Could you please make more photos of hand holding the mouse?

Thanks!
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Will you review mouse soon? Could you please make more photos of hand holding the mouse?
Thanks!

I finally did my very first review.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1343539/mionix-naos-8200-review

Will add pics of my hand holding the mouse there. Great suggestion. OCN members have been helping me figure out the important questions and the review is shaping up just nicely.

Thanks to everyone. smile.gif
     
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