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Naos 7000 vs MX Master

Poll Results: MX Master or Naos 7000

 
  • 25% (1)
    MX Master
  • 50% (2)
    Naos 7000
  • 25% (1)
    Other?
4 Total Votes  
post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 
Hey Guys just trying to decide between a couple of different mice here. I've had a naos 7000 for about 3 years now and feel it's probably the most comfortable mouse I've ever personally used however... The Master is gosh darn sexy... Any thoughts would be appreciated

1. What's your grip style?
Mix between claw and Palm 90% palm though
2. What's your sensitivity?
on the mionix I fluctuate between 5200 and 7000
3. What's your maximum budget?
100~ ish if there is another mouse I should be looking at feel free to tell me
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Like I said I'm used to the naos however I've been getting into more intensive programs and could use the few extra buttons the master supplies... also the scroll wheel... (side note can that be used to swap between desktops?)
5. What games do you play?
Mostly MMO's with the occasional (and I do stress occasional) fps nothing competitive though for the fps. If I'm being honest most of my gaming is done with a controller.
Auto CAD
PhotoShop
Multi Desktop management
Eclipse
Other Info:
Will I be seriously put off by latency or anything with the master?
Also have a macbook and Master has the multi toggle switch... thing...

Any Help would be appreciated

Thanks in advance
post #2 of 4
7000 on Naos is marketing and lies. 3310 sensor cant do more than 5000 so every step over 5000 is almost the same.

As for suggestions - maybe you should try G502. Its sensor behaves quite well on high dpi and it has alot of buttons.
post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 
hmm, didn't know that about the Naos. But as far as the g502 goes, I have tried it and it just wasn't comfortable :shrug: idk...
post #4 of 4
Just so you know, MX master has maximum of 1600 CPI. If you're really in need of extra CPI then G502 is pretty much the decent choice.

Edit: Derp, didn't read last post right lol. Naos 8200 is laser mouse with them extra CPIs but not that I would recommend it.
Edited by Melan - 2/24/16 at 8:59am
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BenQ XL2411T Acer S220HQL CM Storm Quickfire Rapid EVGA Supernova G2 650W 
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