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Mionix Avior 7000 Mouse (PC DVD)

by Mionix
Windows 7 / XP / Vista
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • PC Mouse
  • PC / Mac
  • 2-ways
  • Up to 7000DPI
  • MAX tracking speed of at least 5.45m/sec (215 IPS)
  • No positive or negative hardware acceleration
  • ADNS - 3310 gaming grade IR-LED optical sensor
  • Gold Plated, Full speed USB 2.0 connection with Plug and Play

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  • Platform:   Windows 7 / XP / Vista
  • Media: Personal Computers
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • Product Dimensions: 18.4 x 5.7 x 13.3 cm ; 363 g
  • Release Date: 15 Mar. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,246 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

The AVIOR 7000 is a premium 9 button ambidextrous mouse. The unique ergonomic shape has been developed to be used by either right or left-handed gamers, and to support a palm or claw grip. The ADNS-3310 gaming grade optical sensor delivers no positive or negative hardware acceleration, amazing accuracy, smooth tracking, and a maximum speed of more than 5.45m/sec (215 IPS) all the way up to 7000DPI. With the new lift off distance (LOD) Calibration feature we have combined the Surface Quality Analyzer Tool (S.Q.A.T ) with adjustment of the lift off height to find the lowest possible LOD with optimized tracking. The lightning fast 32bit ARM processor enables the mouse to have many features without compromising the tracking of the sensor. The downloadable software provides access to fully customize all buttons, sensor settings, LED colors, macros and profiles.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sublime performance 9 Oct. 2014

I had not previously had much experience of Mionix and it was only when my Logitech G500 failed, and the replacement G500S' really disappointed me due to a design flaw (high pitched whine) that I had cause to search for a new gaming mouse. I decided I would have a proper look around and eventually settled on the Mionix Naos 7000. A bit of a leap of faith, the Naos instantly impressed me through great design and features and extremely accurate operation and from then on I have been paying a lot of attention to Mionix. What's reassuring is that Mionix seem intent on moving slowly, getting each product right rather than spamming loads of models and products and it really shows through in the quality and craftsmanship.

What Mionix are all about (from Mionix):

Mionix AB was founded in 2007 by Peter Nygren. The goal was to design and develop high-end computer peripherals made for gamers. The company stands for high quality, cool design and a touch of innovation.

Having recently reviewed the Mionix Nash 20 headset, and being blown away by the Naos 7000 I thought I would turn my attention to the Avior 7000.

The Avior 7000 shares the same blood line as the Naos 7000, and internally both mice are identical. Both feature the superb Avago ADNS 3310 Optical Sensor, the current king amongst sensors, especially for gamers.

Whereas the Naos is firmly a right handed palm gripper, the Avior is an Ambidextrous mouse to cater lefties and claw grippers or those with hybrid grip styles.

Having recently gone through several mice since the demise of my G500, none have matched the Avior (and Naos) for feel, resposiveness and accuracy.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great mouse, but a few flaws 22 Jan. 2015
By owen
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Now the reason I have given this 4 star even though i dont like it is because this is still a very nice mouse, just not for me so will be returning it.

The mouse does feel comfortable, i like the material Mionix went with however those buttons on the right side if you have =< medium size hands might get in the way (if your a righty). I have 17.5cm hands and i thought it would be fine but to my disappointment they were just too annoying and was always pressing them (I also use a kinda palm/claw grip style). It has a lower profile in comparison to other mice.

Another feature is that the left+right mouse buttons are really light to press down. Ive used the Sharkoon drakonia and currently the SteelSeries Rival and these buttons on the Mionix are really sensitive to weight. My friend who uses the Deathadder also said they were incredibly light to press. I found myself on a few occassions running to a bomb site on CS GO with my knife out and accidentally knifing my teammate!! ha. So if your heavy handed or like to rest your hand firmly on the mouse you might have the same issue.

The sensor is flawless, just the same sensor all the optical mice for this price range are using.

One more annoying feature which I couldnt figure out how to fix was that you couldnt use both buttons on the side of the mouse (left side) at the same time. I like to bind these two on the side of any mouse to Shift and Control. When i was shifting in CS GO, if i wanted to crouch quick (toggled btw) and then uncrouch to continue walking all the while holding shift, you cant. To crouch while holding the bound shift button, the mouse would first deactivate your shift button on the first press (so you are now running), then you would have to press control again to crouch.
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By meek
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It's an almost perfect mouse, the only issue I have with it is the fact that when changing profiles the mouse goes offline for ~2 or 3 seconds. May not seem like much, but if you need to change profiles mid-game it's actually quite atrocious. My previous mouse (a cyborg rat 7) didn't have downtime whilst changing profiles and I've gotten used to changing them migdame, but it's impossible with the MIONIX Avior 7000.

Additionally, even to someone with small hands, the top right button is very easy to press accidentally. I have it unbound since I am constantly pressing it on accident just by gripping the mouse (claw grip).

I would like it if it had a couple more free buttons, keep in mind that you should reserve at least 2 buttons to changing profiles (next/previous) if you utilise this feature, reducing the number of customisable buttons to 4. Overall it's still an improvement over my last mouse (in terms of sensor precision and price) and I just love the look of it. Recommended.
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Ergonomics Fail 1 Sept. 2014
When using the Naos 8200 mouse I got excruciating hand pain which only got worse and worse as I continued using it (hoping I would get used to it). When I realised that the pain won't go away, I exchanged Naos for an Avior 7000, and that model, while not giving me outright pain, is not comfortable either. The problem is bad enough that I'm already buying another mouse of a different brand.

I don't know, maybe the fault is with me, but I have to say that I have an average-sized hand (female) and that I never had a problem with ergonomics of any mouse before. I used Logitech MX Revolution, Razer Abyssus and several cheaper mice in the past without problems.

I give it two stars because apart from this, the mouse seems solid with lots of options for customisation.
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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars  30 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Adobe Photoshop, 3DSMax, Cinema 4D, Ergonomic Advanced Business Users mouse? 24 Oct. 2013
By Clifford Sonnentag - Published on Amazon.com
This mouse is for people that want to be fast and accurate and still keep their wrists. I am a long time fan of the old school dark-grey style intellimouse explorer 3.0; this mouse is very similar to that feel, but with a next millennium feel. I tried 6 similar mice before choosing this one with the following in mind: A mouse must fit your hand comfortably with your index finger resting with the best leverage on the left mouse button. Your palm should rest on the mouse with the back of your palm near the wrist resting on the table comfortably, but when you need extra control you can easily lift your wrist up and guide the mouse with your finger and thumb tips touching the table. Another important thing is that your middle and ring finger does not accidentally activate the right mouse button usually accomplished by a solid boarder around the buttons like the AVIOR 8200 has. Finally the thumb should rest straight when grasping the mouse naturally and it should be just below the back and forward buttons for easy and quick reflexive action.

So this mouse is nearly perfect for design, coding, and next-level business computing. I recommend it to fellow designers and fast paced s computers.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome mouse. 25 April 2014
By Krucid - Published on Amazon.com
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The Avior is a solid, well designed and built mouse. You can feel the quality in the mouse. It's the Ferrari of Mice. Nice solid clicks from all buttons that are satisfying. Thumb button placement is okay. Could have been back a little bit more, but then that's me and may not be an issue for others.

The material the mouse is made of, to me is superb. With dry hands it will feel slick, but after 2-3 mins of use, it sticks like glue to my hand. So unless you have some serious dry hands, I don't see how you could not love the material. It's soft to the touch, but has the right grip.

Has the right amount of weight. Not to heavy, nor to light. Has a braided cable with plenty of length. Mouse wheel is solid with no play and a nice click. Has an excellent sensor that goes where your hand tells it to go.

The shape is what mostly defines a mouse for most people, as it has to fit your hand and be comfortable. The Avior has a great shape in my opinion. However it is designed mostly towards fingertip grip/claw grip. You can palm it and it can be comfortable, but some may not like the opposite thumb buttons as your fingers will rub against them. When i first got the mouse, the extra side buttons took some getting used to. However, that only took a day or two and now i don't even notice them.

+Good Shape
+Great Material
+Solid Construction
+Solid Clicks
+Excellent Sensor
+Braided Cable

+If i had to pick one and this is nitpicking, it can and does show finger smudges.

Great mouse, don't hesitate to purchase if you think you will enjoy the shape.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great mouse 16 Oct. 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellent quality and highly customizable. Lift off distance can be set via software. Can bind keys and macros to all the buttons. DPI settings can be configured at 200 dpi increments. The only cons I have are personal preference in nature.. I think I would prefer a glossy coating instead of rubberized, and would prefer a less tapered shape, or inverse V shape more like an intellimouse or zowie AM mouse.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gaming Mouse for Palm Grip 1 Oct. 2014
By sp - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a really nice and responsive mouse. There isn't any acceleration, and it glides very smoothly on hard surfaces (haven't tried with a soft mat). The quality is great. It feels very well put together and solid, not "loose and cheap" like the products of some of the more known gaming peripheral manufacturers. Scroll wheel has prominent, yet subtle "bumps" while scrolling. Clicking onto the scroll wheel is very solid. This mouse is not a gas or a liquid. Very solid.

Minor and specific gripes:
I didn't realize that the mouse was meant for palm/claw grip users before ordering it, which is lack of researching on my part. It is usable for a fingertip grip. Having medium-sized hands, the back-end (the end with the Mionix logo) of the mouse tends to fit perfectly into your palm (assuming a relaxed and natural position). However, I like to hold the mouse with my "clicking" fingers resting just over an inch away from the clicking-end (perpendicular and aligned to the bottom of the scroll-wheel). With that, the amount of pressure is significantly more as you move away from the clicking-end (obviously). It's pleasantly light and solid for a palm/claw grip (seeing that the fingers reach closer to the clicking-end), but quickly fatiguing for those wanting to utilize a true fingertip grip.
TL;DR: I just found out that I'm a picky noob when it comes to mouses (mice?).
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great mouse for ambidextrous claw users. 25 Jun. 2014
By Vincent Cheng - Published on Amazon.com
I transitioned from an ergonomic mouse to this ambidextrous mouse. It took some time getting used to. At first, I found it a bit awkward to figure out how to hold the mouse but after you find your sweetspot, it's great. A friend had to point out one thing about this mouse. It's a bit on the heavy side for a mouse. I never noticed since my last mouse was the Logitech G9x which weighed about 125g using the precision grip without the weights. The Mionix Avior 7000 weighs in at 100g without the cable. So if you're used to a lighter mouse than this, I would suggest trying it out at some electronic store or try to find someone who has it to give it a try. Another issue that I found is that the mouse buttons on the side are very easy to click. This is a minor issue that doesn't break how I feel about the mouse in a major way. There's also the scroll wheel buttons that's a very slight issue. You kinda have to press all the way to the side or down(depending on which scroll wheel button) to consistently use it. Again, if these issues bother you then try the mouse out first. The mouse software is very customizable. I just wish there was some kind of indication to tell which dpi setting you're on besides relying on how it feels.
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