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Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

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Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse

Features

• 8 Button Laser Gaming Mouse
• 100-5600 dpi Resolution with dpi Switch
• 150ips & 30G Surface Tracking Speed
• Ergonomic Design with Soft-touch Rubber Black Painting
• 8 Independently Programmable Buttons
• Adjustable weight Cartridges
• Braided USB cable
• Gold Plated USB 2.0 Connector

System Requirements

• IBM or Compatible PC System
• Win XP / Vista / 7 / 8

Package Content

• Mouse
• User's Manual


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  • Bradford F.
  • 7/24/2015 7:39:46 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsnice

Pros: Nice!

- Decent gaming mouse.
- Has some of the features of the "high end" mice out there.
- Overall good feel and comfortable.

Cons: So far, none.

Other Thoughts: I have gone through a bunch of Mice before I go this mouse. This replaced a MX500 BT gaming mouse I had that I loved. I had issues with the BT working "great" so I decided to go back to a USB connection. This is by far one of the best Mice I have used for the price.

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  • JOSH B.
  • 7/18/2015 3:44:50 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsCheap but functioning

Pros: +4 DPI Options
+Rebindable buttons w/ macros
+Colorful
+Braided wire (if thats what it is called)

Cons: - Squeaky mousewheel
- Cheap mousewheel
- Mouse has ugly "Perixx _ www. perixx .com" logo
- Gross material that wears out and leaves your hand filmy/sticky
- Thumb area has an adhesive that gets on your thumb and makes it very difficult to concentrate
- Sensor fails at responding on some surfaces (happens with most laser mouses)
- Cheap buttons

Other Thoughts: Pretty much every part is cheap and wont last more than 2 years, especially if your office doesn't have AC.
It functions for the price, but overall is as cheap mouse.

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  • Bradley G.
  • 7/14/2015 12:32:03 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice but shoddy sensor.

Pros: Pretty good ergonomics. The buttons are all nicely positioned and the mouse has a very solid feel. Weights are a nice addition but I was surprised to find it is too heavy with more than 2/5.
Middle click is a little stiff, but at least feels solidly build.
Plug-and-play with Linux except that I can't get it to recognize the thumb button or reprogram the lights. Could probably do this in a Windows VM though.

Cons: Thumb button isn't recognized in Linux.
Need a Windows computer to reprogram the lights, which have a somewhat annoying default setting.
Tracking is pretty terrible for a "gaming" mouse. Moving the cursor very small distances can be jumpy, both on a dark mouse pad and a plain piece of paper.

Other Thoughts: I'm quite happy with this mouse for the price. Excepting the tracking and lack of support for Linux and Mac OS it is top-notch. Ergonomics aren't perfect but are good for a palm / fingertip grip.

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  • Drew H.
  • 6/16/2015 1:13:36 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsStrange Whine

Pros: + The color choices are very cool
+ The programmability is easy (mostly) and very useful.
+ The size is good
+ The braided cable is a distinguishing color and is far better than a rubbery cable.

Cons: - Minimal pinky rest (minor gripe)
- When not moving but right-side-up, the mouse emits a high-pitched whine, even when computer is sleeping and if powered when off.
- The four green DPI indicator lights stay on when computer is sleeping and if powered when off.
- The braided cable is a bit stiffer than I'd like, but that's par for all braided cables.
- The mouse settings application could use an English-speaker's hand for localization; there are a few foreign characters remaining in some places. It is still completely useful, though.

Other Thoughts: The whine that this makes can be stopped by placing it upside down. This mouse resides in my bedroom and I cannot sleep without turning it upside down, between the four bright lights on the top and the whining noise. It isn't a huge hassle, but it is certainly a disadvantage.

The benefits of the braided cable outweigh any disadvantages.

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  • Matthew M.
  • 4/27/2015 7:17:55 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat product

Pros: Amazing mouse and easy to use softwear

Cons: none

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  • Forrest D.
  • 4/12/2015 5:20:13 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsFull Featured Mouse With Comfortable Grip

Pros: The Perixx MX-2000 mouse has all the latest features a gamer could possibly need. It has 8 programmable buttons, interchangeable weights, braided cabling, and gold plated usb connectors. The DPI can be changed on the fly from 100 to 5600 and it's capable of up to a 1000hz USB polling rate. It also has extra mouse feet, which are a great bonus because mouse feet do tend to wear out after a lot of usage. And a driver disc which is good for people without internet, but most people would rather download the drivers from the website.

The most important factor in deciding which gaming mouse to buy is probably the feel. This mouse is probably around the medium to large range in size and it seems to work best with a palm grip for my hands. I have small hands, so your experience may vary. But I find that the palm grip allows me to hold the mouse well, pick it up off the surface, and reach all the buttons easily. I find that the rubber grips on each side make it very easy to keep my hand in place, control the mouse with percision, and hold on to the mouse if I pick it up off the surface. The two back and forward side buttons are very easy to reach for fast access and important functions bound in game. Then the additional thumb button is also useful. A little difficult for me to reach, but again I have small hands. The top two buttons are a good size and can be used for more functions in a game.

Connectivity is simple, just plug in the USB and the mouse will work immediately. For full functionality install the Perixx software. The software lets you adjust the sensitivity, DPI rate, and polling rate to your liking. This is all subjective, so you have to find what works best for you. It also has macro programming and it allows you to rebind the buttons to whatever you desire. You can also bind different profile setups to a mouse button. It has several different color options to choose from. There are also options for enabling and disabling the lighting. There's not much to comment on with the software. It works as intended and there's every possible feature I could want available. It's also pretty simple and is not resource intensive like other mouse software.

Features:
8 Buttons + Mouse Wheel
Grip Types / Rubber Grippings
100 to 5600 dpi
150ips & 30G Tracking Speed
Adjustable Weight Cartridges
Braided Cable / Gold Plated USB
Programmable Software

Cons: No major cons. The mouse functions as intended.

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  • Forrest D.
  • 4/11/2015 4:04:10 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsFull Featured Gaming Mouse

Pros: The Perixx MX-2000 mouse has all the latest features a gamer could possibly need. It has 8 programmable buttons, interchangeable weights, braided cabling, and gold plated usb connectors. The DPI can be changed on the fly from 100 to 5600 and it's capable of up to a 1000hz USB polling rate. It also has extra mouse feet, which are a great bonus because mouse feet do tend to wear out after a lot of usage. And a driver disc which is good for people without internet, but most people would rather download the drivers from the website.

The most important factor in deciding which gaming mouse to buy is probably the feel. This mouse is probably around the medium to large range in size and it seems to work best with a palm grip for my hands. I have small hands, so your experience may vary. But I find that the palm grip allows me to hold the mouse well, pick it up off the surface, and reach all the buttons easily. I find that the rubber grips on each side make it very easy to keep my hand in place, control the mouse with percision, and hold on to the mouse if I pick it up off the surface. The two back and forward side buttons are very easy to reach for fast access and important functions bound in game. Then the additional thumb button is also useful. A little difficult for me to reach, but again I have small hands. The top two buttons are a good size and can be used for more functions in a game.

Connectivity is simple, just plug in the USB and the mouse will work immediately. For full functionality install the Perixx software. The software lets you adjust the sensitivity, DPI rate, and polling rate to your liking. This is all subjective, so you have to find what works best for you. It also has macro programming and it allows you to rebind the buttons to whatever you desire. You can also bind different profile setups to a mouse button. It has several different color options to choose from. There are also options for enabling and disabling the lighting. There's not much to comment on with the software. It works as intended and there's every possible feature I could want available. It's also pretty simple and is not resource intensive like other mouse software.

I can highly recommend the Perixx MX-2000 for gamers or anyone who wants a high performance mouse.

Features:
8 Buttons + Mouse Wheel
Grip Types / Rubber Grippings
100 to 5600 dpi
150ips & 30G Tracking Speed
Adjustable Weight Cartridges
Braided Cable / Gold Plated USB
Programmable Software

Cons: No majors issues with the mouse.

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  • DANIA T.
  • 3/28/2015 7:37:05 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsPerixx MX-2000IIB

Pros: If you’re looking for a budget gaming mouse that will deliver on build quality, comfort, laser precision, and great software, then the Permixx MX-2000 II laser gaming mouse might be just what you are looking for.

Packaging
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The mouse comes in a very nice looking box with a magnetic clasp that shows off the mouse. It was well packaged in the box and also came with a CD with the user manual and drivers.

Features
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This mouse is packed with features that you would find on higher end name brand mice. The cable is braided for durability and the USB connector is gold plated at the end. The bottom of the house has four thick Teflon pads that glided over my mouse pad very smoothly. There is a plastic cover that can be removed to reveal six metal weights so you can customize how heavy you want it to be. Along with your normal left, right, and scroll wheel, there are also three buttons where your thumb sits (if you are right handed) as well as DPI up/down adjustment buttons. The software allows you to customize your buttons (with macros) as well the color scheme you want.

Testing
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Once I installed the software and configured the buttons to my liking, I loaded up a game of Call of Duty Advanced Warfare and was blown away at how responsive it was. It tracked just as well, if not better than my old trusty Logitech G9 laser mouse. The mouse is a bit larger than the G9 and it will work well if you like to palm your mouse. The buttons were very clicky and did not require much force to press them. The scroll wheel click was a little bit hard to press but I find that to be common in most mice. I found the rubberized grips on both sides helped prevent slippage during quick paced gun fights.

Overall
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This is a very nice budget gaming mouse that does not feel budget at all. It’s very comfortable to use whether you are gaming or just browsing the web. There are plenty of buttons that you can customize to however you like. The software is very easy to use as well. I was a bit skeptical at how well a lesser known brand would perform that I was wrong and am now a believer in Perixx products.

Highly recommended, 5/5 stars.

Cons: None

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  • Alex R.
  • 3/23/2015 8:15:44 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing Mouse

Pros: - Customize-able weight, macros, and LED's
- Surprisingly comfortable.
-Sturdy build
-Shape is just like the Logitech Performance MX (On of the best mice i've ever used)

Cons: -It could be a bit heavier on the front. But that's me being nit picky

Other Thoughts: Has replaced the Logitech MX mouse, and is now my favorite. Being able to customize it how I please is a big bonus. The software is excellent but could be a bit more user friendly. I was honestly very surprised with how well this mouse performed.

Although being a wired mouse, I prefer it over wireless due to the faster response times.

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  • Sammy M.
  • 3/18/2015 12:08:30 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome Mouse

Pros: This is a great mouse. I love the programmable aspect. My case theme is green and black, so using the green color, it all matches really nicely. It has buttons to increase or decrease FPS on the fly, but I never use it, but it's still a cool little feature.

Cons: After deciding to write my review on this mouse, which is about a year later, I've noticed the price of the mouse has been cut in half. It also has free shipping. Not really a con since you would expect something to go down in price over time, but I figured I'd mention it so maybe you can share my frustration!

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