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I paid $76.49 new. I'm very happy with my purchase and would recommended it to anyone.
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Just an FYI, I got mine for $45 on Newegg. It was an open box one, but it is ing great shape
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Guys I am buying a Good gaming Mouse for my new Pc rig
First i bought Coolermaster Storm Sentinel which was too clumpsy to be confortable

Then i got Razer Naga molten OMG this is the best mouse i ever had
is just uberconfortable.... (and is red glowing)
2cwk4m8.jpg
Only have one problem with it on XP (i am on xp until new pc is buildt)
everytime i Boot XP i have to unplug and plug in the mouse....
maybe it be better when i be on Windows 7

I will use the Razer for Webrowsing and games like wow without a doubt best mouse ever...
But i need a mouse for shooters...

Should i go for Mionix 5000, i can get it easy from a store here but is around 100 dollar (in europe they are more expensive) is about the same price the Razer naga molten costed me
another contender is Razer deathadder but i dont like blue light mouses
have to be red or green or multilight

The good thing about mionix i get it from a store i buy more stuff from so i wont pay a shipping only for the mouse they did not have mionix before (is very rare here where i live)
but then they suddenly got it in and i was like wow what...

But i want to know if is as clumpsy in the hand as Coolermaster is...
the thing i like with Razer naga (my first razer mouse) is how easy it adapt to the hand and that even with all the bottons on the side
i am left handed and it still work like a charm...

Money is NOT an issue atleast for this price...
and i realy want something with Colored led lights on
yea i looked into roccat but i dont like it that much i think Mionix 5000 is better?

Btw Mionix 3200 is NOT an option the store i be getting it from only have the 5000

oh and it seem Mionix is made in Sweden
Edited by Gilgamesh9 - 4/5/11 at 8:12pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gilgamesh9;13017718 
Guys I am buying a Good gaming Mouse for my new Pc rig
First i bought Coolermaster Storm Sentinel which was too clumpsy to be confortable

Then i got Razer Naga molten OMG this is the best mouse i ever had
is just uberconfortable.... (and is red glowing)
2cwk4m8.jpg
Only have one problem with it on XP (i am on xp until new pc is buildt)
everytime i Boot XP i have to unplug and plug in the mouse....
maybe it be better when i be on Windows 7

I will use the Razer for Webrowsing and games like wow without a doubt best mouse ever...
But i need a mouse for shooters...

Should i go for Mionix 5000, i can get it easy from a store here but is around 100 dollar (in europe they are more expensive) is about the same price the Razer naga molten costed me
another contender is Razer deathadder but i dont like blue light mouses
have to be red or green or multilight

The good thing about mionix i get it from a store i buy more stuff from so i wont pay a shipping only for the mouse they did not have mionix before (is very rare here where i live)
but then they suddenly got it in and i was like wow what...

But i want to know if is as clumpsy in the hand as Coolermaster is...
the thing i like with Razer naga (my first razer mouse) is how easy it adapt to the hand and that even with all the bottons on the side
i am left handed and it still work like a charm...

Money is NOT an issue atleast for this price...
and i realy want something with Colored led lights on
yea i looked into roccat but i dont like it that much i think Mionix 5000 is better?

Btw Mionix 3200 is NOT an option the store i be getting it from only have the 5000

oh and it seem Mionix is made in Sweden


If your left handed then the Mionix is not for you.Otherwise I am loving mine I have an in between palm and claw grip and its still the most comfortable mouse I have laid my hand on.
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post #35 of 40
I am left handed but the Naga Molten did work quite good for me
but i think i will drop the mionix since it look to heavy for me
i might just get the deathadder
post #36 of 40
The mionix is actually very light especially compared to the deathadder
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa;13025251 
The mionix is actually very light especially compared to the deathadder

This ^^
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post #38 of 40
Ok i canceled the mionix atleast for now
i think i need kind of a flat-like mouse (like naga) bulky mouse is not what i feel comphy with.
Pity you cant change colors on razer mouses.
but i am happy with the red naga mouse but getting deathadder i am stuck with blue color which i dont like

Not sure if i can just use the naga for shooters is very confortable mouse thats for sure.
you know what i mean when you find a mouse that is just perfect for you then you either want to use that one or get a similar

Mionix which is a good mouse is probaly as big as the coolermaster storm i got that i dont use cause is bulky

The mouse must not be more bulky than the razer naga...
that mouse adapt perfect to my hand even if i am left handed
might be i am more used to laptop mouses
The only little bulky mouse i might look into is the Microsoft sidewinder x8
post #39 of 40
me likey. if i had the money, i think i'd get it. i love everything about it
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make sure you use a hard mouse pad to use the sensor to its best potential
    
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