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MIONIX NAOS 8200 Looks like an awesome mouse going to try it out when I get some more $.
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Hello all,
I play a lot of FPS games, and I have tried quite a few mice but I have not found the perfect one for me.
I currently own a Logitech G9X, I really like this mouse but there are some limitations with the macros it can do.
I have also tried the Cybrog R.A.T. 7, it was a really nice mouse but it would randomly stop tracking and that was annoying. I tried the Razer Ouroboros but did not like that it was ambidextrous and did not fit the right hand as well.
I am currently considering the Thermaltake Level 10M, the Cybrog MMO 7, the Razer Mamba, and the Corsair Vengeance M60. I would like to know if anyone have tried these and what your thoughts are, I basically want something that can do macros, tracks well, right-hand comfortable, and preferably either heavy or has weight adjustments like the G9X or the RAT 7.
Thanks in advance.

Have you looked at the new Mionix NAOS 8200?

It's the most comfortable right handed mouse out I've set my hand on. It sports an updated A9800 sensor which tracks great, macro customization , and weighs with cord 151g with no needs for weights. I'm suggesting it because what your looking in bold has just been released December 21st and it wasn't in your list of mice you should consider with your choices.

I had the Razer Mamba 2010 version and it's has substantial weight to it. In fact after two years I do prefer mice a bit more weight and it weighs 132g. It also had a very nice shell feeling for palm grip, just not as good compared to the Mionix NAOS 8200. The Razer Mamba is ambidextrous but unlike the Razer Ourboros it is shaped differently. The Mamba 2013 is worth a look as well IMO and thanks for sharing on the Ourboros, I was curious.

If you can put your hand on mice in a local retail store would be a good suggestion if you have that option. A lot of times they have displays and it can really cut down time trying to find a mouse.

I did a review HERE on the NAOS 8200 if your interested which is my new mouse since giving the kids my SS Fnatic.
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MIONIX NAOS 8200 Looks like an awesome mouse going to try it out when I get some more $.
Right now im using g400 so far it has been a pretty awesome mouse only thing is I wish it had R/L mouse wheel click >.<</div>

It is awesome for right handed palm grip style users. Which I can also five finger grip with palm off the mouse and it feels natural to me.
     
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Just an update for ya'll,

bought the corsair M60 to mach my K90, AMAZING mouse!!!

didnt buy this before because I assumed that it would suck because it was cheap(er), totally wrong. Still like my G9X better in web browsing and such but for FPS the M60 is glorious.

Thanks all.
     
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