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post #21 of 40
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Ah. Thanks again. What about this Naos 5000. Do you know much about that?
Two reviews for the Naos 5000.

First is Overclockers
Second is Bit-Tech

Also if you want some practical user feedback.

Given your grip styles and wanting a bit of weight and big hands I would say the Naos 5000 is a perfect fit. It will also be suitable to the games you play whether it be COD or WoW and you want to Macro. Really, this mouse was made for you.

Hope that helps.
Edited by RoddimusPrime - 12/27/10 at 8:22am
post #22 of 40
heres a review i read last night right before I ordered it:

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/i..._5000_review/1

Also, its on sale on newegg for 79.99 free shipping until 1/7..a bit on the pricy side but seems like a solid mouse and VERY comfortable which is what I am looking for (mx518 just dies on me and i LOVED it, but it was kinda smallish for me, and my pinky was falling asleep because it was pretty much dragging on my mouse pad lol
Edited by saiyanzzrage - 12/27/10 at 8:22am
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Yeah I just checked out a couple reviews, they all seem really good. I think I'll settle for that one, thanks guys for all your help! +1
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Yeah I just checked out a couple reviews, they all seem really good. I think I'll settle for that one, thanks guys for all your help! +1
in case you get it before me, PM me with your thoughts on it, im very impatient lol
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in case you get it before me, PM me with your thoughts on it, im very impatient lol
Will do . It'll be here tomorrow. I'm within same day shipping distance from the NJ Newegg facility.
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post #26 of 40
haha, I just read the first post on my ipad and hopped over to the computer to reply. I was thinking in my head, "This guy NEEDS a mionix mouse"

Excellent choice. The 5000 doesn't use the cursed phillips twin eye sensor to my understanding, and the feel of the mouse is second to absolutely none. I thought I was completely happy with my G5 until I bought my wife what I *THOUGH* was a cheapo naos 3200. I couldn't take my hands off of it, (I'm 6'4, and you know what they say about tall guys... big hands.) so I bought myself one. I only have the naos 3200 because I was completely happy with hers and I like optical sensors over laser since I play on so many surfaces. I also like an extremely light mouse, so the 3200 was a perfect fit. I am in love with it.

It's completely changed my computing day now that I'm using it at work. I have zero fatigue in my hand after 10 hours of work and I'm rearing to go when I get home now, instead of whining for my wife to rub my hands. hah, I'm glad you went with the naos, my friend. You'll be very very pleased.
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haha, I just read the first post on my ipad and hopped over to the computer to reply. I was thinking in my head, "This guy NEEDS a mionix mouse"

Excellent choice. The 5000 doesn't use the cursed phillips twin eye sensor to my understanding, and the feel of the mouse is second to absolutely none. I thought I was completely happy with my G5 until I bought my wife what I *THOUGH* was a cheapo naos 3200. I couldn't take my hands off of it, (I'm 6'4, and you know what they say about tall guys... big hands.) so I bought myself one. I only have the naos 3200 because I was completely happy with hers and I like optical sensors over laser since I play on so many surfaces. I also like an extremely light mouse, so the 3200 was a perfect fit. I am in love with it.

It's completely changed my computing day now that I'm using it at work. I have zero fatigue in my hand after 10 hours of work and I'm rearing to go when I get home now, instead of whining for my wife to rub my hands. hah, I'm glad you went with the naos, my friend. You'll be very very pleased.
Thank you for making me happy about my purchase!
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post #28 of 40
I'd also held the 5000 naos by mionix at store - it's really like the ikari's shape which is perfect for plams.
(I'm somewhere between plam to claw, hard to tell really..and have pretty big hands.)
well, I can tell you one fact - the Ikari and the Mionix's is the most perfect plam-ergonomic mouse in the market.

if you can, I want to hear more about its performance and how its feel, I held it for some mins and dont have chance to really give opinions.
have fun with it, huh?
post #29 of 40
No matter what mouse you're going to get, it's going to feel like a feather after working out. Mine feels like a feather simply trimming the front yard with a string trimmer, much less bench pressing...

Btw, I ordered a Mionix NAOS 5000 last night.
Edited by Khaotik55 - 12/27/10 at 1:23pm
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Sidewinder x8, I just picked one up and its the best mouse Ive ever owned.
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