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Mionix Naos 7000 Mouse (PC DVD)
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- 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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The NAOS 7000 is a truly ergonomic, right-handed gaming mouse. The unique shape is developed for a full palm grip with support for all five fingers. 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.
From the Manufacturer
MIONIX NAOS Multi-Color Ergonomic Optical Gaming Mouse
The NAOS is a truly ergonomic, right-handed gaming mouse. The shape is developed for a full palm grip with support for all five fingers. Four layers of rubber coating ensure a maximum grip and soft touch feel.
AURORA Multi-Colour Lighting
Customizable LED lighting system: Personalise your mouse with up to 16.8 Million colour options and lighting effects (Solid, Blinking, Pulsating and Breathing effects running single colour or colour shift).
Seven Fully Programmable Buttons
The seven buttons can be assigned to any key, mouse command or macro and 128 kb of built-in memory store your settings and recorded macros in up to five profiles.
- Three Steps in-game DPI Adjustment
- Large PTFE Mouse Feet
- Colour Shift, Solid, Blinking, Pulsating and Breathing Effects
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Top Customer Reviews
I think the mouse itself looks really good. It has a smooth, matte black rubber coating all around it and an illuminated logo, as well as LEDs showing the current DPI level and an LED behind the scroll wheel (which unfortunately isn't diffused properly when looking at it from certain angles). All of this makes for a sober look, but not a dull one, courtesy of the multicolour LEDs. It has notches on the right side of the mouse, one for your pinkie and one for your ring finger. It might initially look like quite a big mouse, but it isn't really. It is as long as my old G9, a bit wider (mainly because of the finger rests) and with a lower hump.
It has the new Avago 9800 sensor, which supports DPI settings up to 8200 and Omron switches. It features polling rates up to 1000hz, an adjustable lift distance (the distance between your mouse and the surface at which the sensor stops tracking movements), S.Q.A.T. (Surface Quality Analyser Tool, which is used to calibrate the mouse for use on a specific surface) and multicolour LEDs. It features two thumb buttons and two DPI buttons and that's it as far as extra buttons go. There is no weight-tuning present.
The driver itself is not included in the packaging and you'll have to download it from the Mionix site. It is a small download (12.1MB) and doesn't have any impact on system performance. In the driver you can assign different functions and macros to the buttons. The only function I missed was a sniper button (a button that temporarily lowers the DPI). You can also change the double-click speed, scroll speed, pointer acceleration, polling rate (125/250/500/1000hz), and pointer speed.Read more ›
Thus I decided to branch out and seek a new mouse as I feel Logitech have lost their way.
I came to Mionix, that I hadn’t heard about before but a quick look on the forums reassured me they were a high end brand of quality products for gamers.
So after a bit of research I settled on the 7000 series as it uses a truly awesome optical sensor, whereas their 8200 series uses a laser sensor.
Being a righty and a bit of a palm gripper I went for the Naos 7000. I’ll say now I’ve been very impressed from the minute I saw the neat package to actually using the mouse.
As mentioned the mouse comes in a neat little box and the software is downloadable on their website.
There’s a 2 metre braided cable and in hand the mouse feels great. It has a soft touch coating that I imagine overtime may wear a bit. The Mionix logo and scroll wheel both light up and their colour can be changed or just turned off in the software.
On the subject of the software, whilst not as polished as maybe Logitech’s or SteelSeries’, it was very easy to use and packs a lot of high end features giving you control over pretty much every aspect of your mouse. One particularly nifty feature is the surface analyser.
DPI can be adjusted on the fly and indeed these can be changed to different values in the software. One thing though is that there is no led indicator for dpi level, unlike their 8200 version which is a bit of a bummer.
In use I liked the weight and found it to be one of the most comfortable and accurate mice I have ever used. I swear my accuracy went up in BF4 simply because of this mouse and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to anyone.
With every other mouse I've tried I get a sore hand by the end of the day, but not with this mouse. It's supremely comfortable, and fits my hand perfectly, providing support for all the fingers. It's quite a bit wider than most other mouses and is not too tall unlike some others (cough...logitech...) It's lightweight, glides smoothly across the desk, and the accuracy is every bit as good as any other gaming mouse I've tried.
The only thing I don't like about it is that it has only 9 buttons. My previous mouse had 12 and I used to use 10 of those all the time (counting wheel-up and -down). Not a big deal - I remapped the "forward" thumb button to F5 "reload the web page" easily using the software provided.
In short - best mouse I've ever used.
UPDATE - this mouse really needs a mousepad to track properly. I was using it on a white melamine desk and it would frequently lose tracking, as if there was dust or fluff inside the sensor. I must have looked a right 'nana to my co-workers, always blowing imaginary dust out of the bottom of my fancy mouse! Since then I've got a mousepad for it, and it hasn't missed a beat since then.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amazed with how cheap this feels for one of the most highly reviewed mice (not just amazon). Scroll wheel is loud and plastic feeling, not smooth, skips steps and clicks while... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris M
I use it for counter strike, it auto jumps once every few hours, good mouse, but overrated.
personally i think logitech and Zowie gear has the best gaming gears in terms... Read more
not worth the money and logo looks like a dogs poo!!! really annoyingPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
First of all, the mouse sits very well in hand (my hands are fairly small) with palm grip due to its ergonomic shape. It really lets your whole palm rest comfortably on the mouse. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is my second Mionix Naos 8200 Mouse and it has the same issue.
Without fail the mouse will intermittently start freaking out and drags the cursor around the screen... Read more
Awesome sensor! Awesome build for big hand claw users and palm users!Published 2 months ago by DemonEye
Bought this mouse after three of four others and after countless hours of searching. I enjoy mostly moba games, but i dwell into pretty much everything that seems interesting from... Read morePublished 3 months ago by steve