MIONIX NAOS 5000 Gaming Mouse Laser 5040dpi Sensor NAOS-5000
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- Truly ergonomic design
- Maximum grip
- Balanced weight tuning system
- 5040 dpi laser sensor
- 128kb built-in memory
- Customizable LED light system
Top Customer Reviews
I'm not much of a gamer, but gaming mice are excellent for design work with apps such as Photoshop and Illustrator, CAD, etc. - the accuracy of this mouse is awesome for this kind of work.
I too run it on the Propus 380 mousepad, the combination is superb.
Can't say enough good things about this mouse. If it were wireless, I'd marry it.
The only down side for me is that the marketing for this product seems to be non-existent and subsequently difficult to find re-sellers (other than on-line of course).
I've had it for a few weeks and now I'm used to the high DPI.
The mouse is extremely ergonomic, but because of this its only for right handed people.
I am using it on a Mionix Propus 380 mouse pad and it tracks on it great.
The weight system is great; I have all the weights in mine because the mouse pad is very smooth and the mouse glides easily.
The drivers are great, you can change a lot of settings, including variable lift off distance and quite a few colors for the built in LED's.
Overall this mouse is great.
I love it.
The mouse is incredibly comfortable, and the software intuitive and simple to use, while providing a plethora of options to get your mouse feeling the way YOU want it to feel. I doubt there is a negative aspect of the mouse since I've been using it. Coupled with a nice surface (I'm using the Mionix Alioth 400) and it's a dream to use. Highly recommended if you are in the market for a good solid mouse, which is comfortable, aesthetically pleasing and most importantly incredibly accurate and responsive.
First of all, the amazing and really comfort shape. I really wonder how am I going to use any other mouse after this one. Note, it is a large mouse, optimal for palm grip.
Next, the perfect wheel. It is click-to-click, however it is so soft and smooth, that you want to scroll it all the time.
The cable! What a cable! Unless you try to move 2m away from your desk with the mouse, you are going to bet that this is a wireless mouse.
Software is also great. No glitches, no crashes. Only problem, some incompatibility with Google Chrome. If both are open, you cannot save changes. Simple solution: Even if the driver seems not responding, close GC, and it will save changes. Something that is missing: The auto discover of software in order to change profile. You have to switch them manually. Fortunatelly, Mionix is aware of those things and willingly to fix them.
The only drawback is it price, but compared to other mice with the same sensor, it is not that expensive.
First time a Mionix buyer, first time so impressed!
I use this for general use now so the 5 profiles aren't particularly as helpful, but the ergonomic design for general use is beautiful, it's the most comfortable mouse I've ever used using a palm grip, although I think it only suits people with a palm grip.
I would've given this 5 stars, but I think the Naos 3200 is better value for money and found it not so great as a gaming mouse (which it's intended to be), although I like a fairly high DPI for multiple monitors and it's definitely the most comfortable mouse for general use. The best thing about this is the ergonomic design, which is exactly the same but the 5000 has a fairly pointless dpi for quite a significant mount more.
It's alot of money considering the competition now is intense. Won't lie to you, lot of good quality cheaper mice out there. I'm an old geezer, 60 yrs and still playing Blops2 etc, I got 7000 points with this, yea, not probably a high score for you but for me it was something to write home about....which I did. Generally got about 2000 points more with the Mionix..I have no idea why although my guess is they've got a genius boffin in their driver dept somewhere.
Has a niggle or two explained in my review on the clansite. However if don't hack and want to win, this is your mouse.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
cost alot, probably wouldn't bother again with these. Logitech G9 and or G9x are much more valueable.Published 20 months ago by Scott S.
the mouse is hands down the most comfortable mouse i have ever used, without a doubt! However after about 6 months of use the right mouse button only sometimes works :( i wouldnt... Read morePublished on 20 July 2013 by Frazer
Got the Mouse with the MIONIX Ensis 320 Aluminium Alloy Gaming Mousepad and they fit perfectly. The software works a bit slowly but stable. Read morePublished on 25 April 2013 by Christian Rudolph
I returned the first of this mouse that I ordered when the scroll wheel stopped working about two weeks in. Read morePublished on 10 Aug. 2012 by Vince Noir
I bought this mouse because I wanted a gaming mouse which would also be easy on my hand. I've been getting some strain in my fingers and arm, and this is apparently ergonomic and... Read morePublished on 11 Nov. 2011 by Simon
Customisation is key with this mouse. You can set everything from the 3 seperate dpi modes to the weight of the mouse itself with the small weights included in the box. Read morePublished on 11 Sept. 2011 by BoxHands