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Originally Posted by dmxdex2020 View Post
So hang on its extremely heavy then. The kone plus is 126g and that is 158. I think i will get the kone plus again lol.
106~ grams is quite average. The Kone+ fits the heavy category.

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Originally Posted by dmxdex2020 View Post
The naos is 106g without cable. How the hell does it become 158g with a cable lol.
Different cable material/braiding/ferrite chokes/length..etc..

The Intellimouse 3.0 for example hovers around 106-108g alone, but weighing in the cable shoots the total weight up to 163g.
Edited by Skylit - 1/31/11 at 3:23am
post #12 of 16
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Whats the scroll wheel like? is it hard to click?
post #13 of 16
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Ordered. I get it tomoz. Im excited ive jizzed.
post #14 of 16
Tell us how you like it
post #15 of 16
Ordered this mouse last week, got it yesterday along with the propus 360 mousepad.

This is by far the most comfortable mouse ive ever used . I like having a heavy mouse so I loaded all the weights in it. Keeps me from rolling it sideways when moving it fast
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Crucial C300 128 + 8TB LG Bluray Combo Dell U2410 Razer Blackwidow 
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2600K (5.1 at 1.48v) Asus P8P67 Pro AMD 6970 950/1475 4GB Ripjaws 2133 9-11-9-26-1T 1.65v 
Hard DriveOptical DriveMonitorKeyboard
Crucial C300 128 + 8TB LG Bluray Combo Dell U2410 Razer Blackwidow 
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Corsair HX850 Corsair 700D Mionix Naos 5000 Mionix Propus 360 
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post #16 of 16
i have had the naos 5000 going on 2 months now and been through many different mouse pads to find my sweet spot.So far i have found the Mionix loves a nice hard pad,Two i have used and worked well with was the Razer Sphex which i would not recommend and my new pad which is the Qpad heaton xxl.


The mouse is average weight not to heavy and very comfortable.I have got spoiled with ring and pinky grip's on this and cant use another mouse.very customizable,from light's,cpi,angle snapping,etc etc.The only minor issue i have had with mine was i noticed the scroll wheel has devolved a small squeak when you are scrolling through large pages non stop,it will make the noise about 1 out of every 4 rotations.I am going to try to blow it out see any dust or anything has settled into it but it works perfect.



The weight system is odd compared to other mice and takes getting use to but that is a minor setback,overall i really like the mouse and say give it a go
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Hitachi Desk Star 1Tb 7200rpm Windows 7 ultimate 64 Acer V223w Razer lycosa 
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Antec TP-750 750watt lancool K-62 mionix naos 5000 Qpad heaton xl 
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Hitachi Desk Star 1Tb 7200rpm Windows 7 ultimate 64 Acer V223w Razer lycosa 
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