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Cyber Snipa Stinger Mouse

Platform : Windows XP
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4.8 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • 7,080 frames per second(FPS)
  • Up to 3200 DPI laser engine
  • Tracking speed of 45 inches per second(IPS)
  • 9 buttons including 6 macro programmable
  • Up to 1000Hz(1ms) adjustable report rate
  • 8kb of onboard memory
  • 16 bit ultra wide data path
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows XP
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Accessory
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  • ASIN: B0013IZVWU
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 8 x 4.5 cm
  • Release Date: 29 Feb. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,195 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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Product description

Product description


Laser Mouse Designed for Gaming - 400/3200 DPI - On Board Memory !

CYBER SNIPA - SUPERIOR LASER GAMING MOUSE - STINGER



The Cyber Snipa Stinger takes the final step in the evolution of gaming mice!


Features:

 Laser Gaming Mouse
 Programmable tilt wheel operation
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I bought this mouse as a replacement for my cyber snipa intelliscope.

I must say I was very impressed - The mouse is quite large, and nicely sculpted ergonomically, so it fits my hand perfect. I have quite large hands so those with small hands may struggle with this size. The extra weights are a bonus and will let heavy handed players add extra resistance. I can play long online sessions with no pain or aches using this mouse. The overall finish and feel of the mouse is very nice, and the rubber coated thumbpad is very comfy.

The buttons and mouse wheel are all firm without being overly sensitive, and feel positive and tactile giving the player a very responsive gaming session, and they are all well laid out with no stretches needed to access them.

I found the four dpi settings a bit awkward, as you can only scroll through them in one direction, however you can easily change them with the included software, so I set 2 at 800, 1 at 1600, and one at 2500. The dpi switch is far better than the one on the intelliscope, and the scroll wheel changes colour to let you know what dpi mode you are in. If the mood takes you you could just as easily set all 4 setting to the same dpi or whatever config takes your fancy to fit your playing style. Its nice to have the choice.

Being an fps player, I have not tried any of the macro's, but I imagine for those who do a lot of programming or play mmorpgs they would be a bonus. They seem easy to programme and you can have up to 3 modes, giving a lot of flexibility.

One word of warning, the mouse ships with the side 4/5 buttons in macro mode - this means games do not see them as buttons.
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I originally was thinking about buying the razer deathadder, then found this mouse. This mouse is a lot more ergonomic compared to the deathadder and a higher dpi, but is still cheaper. Very good if you want a fairly cheap gaming mouse.
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This mouse is really good, it's responsive, comfortable and cheap. The weights are great and the buttons are easy to programme. Would recommend it to anyone who wants a great cheap gaming mouse. If you are left handed look else where.
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For a quick overview skip to the end! For more detail - read on:

This is the seventh mouse I have owned as I have worn the others out from over-use, gaming and too many repairs from my house rabbit chewing the wire!

As an avid gamer I am sensitive to every last detail when it comes down to mice. The normal mouse just doesn't cut it when you need good response time and a highly sensitive positioning. I found that often LED mice needed very defined surfaces and a lot of space to move around or they were useless.

This mouse however was a breath of fresh air. First aesthetics: It's large but comfortable for all users that have tried it, no matter what size hand they have. Sweat doesn't build up like with some mice and all buttons are in the perfect place. The lighting system is intuitive and clever - not to mention looking great. The red wire is good and long, ultra-flexible and the USB connection is gold-plated for speed. Unfortunately there is no way to open the mouse up fully for a clean and the teflon feet scratch really easily but it is shipped with replacements. The weights are a great - and much needed - addition but the compartment for them is a little tricky to open. You'll get into it though and then you can essentially leave it forever - if you want to try different weights there is a handy weights box to keep the others in and you'll get used to opening and closing the compartment.

Whilst I have used laser mice before, this is the first to have on-the-fly dpi changes and a macro set. I always found good dpi laser mice to be overly responsive and difficult to use gaming because of overshoot. I would have to manually tune down sensitivity in different games and that would leave me feeling a bit cheated. This however is a totally different story.
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A very elegant looking, quite ergonomic mouse with easy dpi changing (hardware controlled with dpi switch on the mouse), more precise and fun to use than the Razer Deathadder Respawn 3.5g which I also have. It tracks on every surface I ve used it including tablecloth and doesn't require a mousepad. I am not a gamer but I buy gaming mice cause I look for quality mice. 50 Euros along with the shipping cost well spent.
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Hi, I've used quite a few different mice in my time, including Razor's and logitech's. Tired of the high prices of these mice, I thought I would give this mouse a try. It was an excellent choice. The customisable weights help you get the feel your after. and it's DPI and macro settings help you set up the mouse exactly as you want to. I won't go into the settings as a lot of people on here have mentioned them already. The ergonomics make for an extreamly comfortable mouse to hold in your hand. The scroll wheel has very slight tactile feedback as you scroll which is really handy when gaming, for selecting items to use. The rubber grips on both sides help with comfort and make it easy to hold. Unfortunately the rubber grips is also the reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. I've used this mouse for a year now and the glue holding the rubber grips has weared off, so the gribs are slipping off the mouse and getting sticky glue all over the mouse. I had to resort to supergluing the gribs back on, although this has worked, the grips don't feel the same anymore and I would have liked to never had to resort to this in the first place. so I do somewhat regret getting this mouse if only for that reason. I think the grips now look a little shabby so i'll be looking for a new mouse when I can afford one. Alll in all a great mouse otherwise. but like I say, a year down the road, the grips could cause you problems.
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