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Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

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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

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

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

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

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

5 out of 5 eggsPerixx MX-2000IIB

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

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

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

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

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

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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  • Joshua F.
  • 3/12/2015 12:21:29 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

Pros: -Cheap
-Dpi Adjustment
Great mouse overall my little brothers been using it for a while and hasn't complained once

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Swag swag swag swag

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  • Eric A.
  • 3/8/2015 3:18:37 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat quality for price

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

Pros: Thumb rest
Large enough to comfortably fit my hand
Precise
Interesting lighted accents
Long, braided cord
Replacement slide pads

Cons: No tilt scroll

Other Thoughts: I was completely fed up with wireless mice. Between delay, lack of precision, batteries and interference I was tired of the hassle. I normally wouldn't buy a gaming mouse because most of them look ridiculous and I don't need 100 buttons. This mouse is a great size, good weight and feels like a bargain at $25. What more could you want?

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/2/2015 9:03:58 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsGood Mouse

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

Pros: Good ergonomics, weight customization

Cons: lighting colors

Other Thoughts: This mouse aims to compete with the big dogs with its ergonomics, macro buttons, weight customization, and RGB Leds. So, how does it compare to more expensive mice from Logitech, Mionix, Razer, and Roccat?

First off, the ergonomics are pretty good. I found that the curve of the mouse fit my hands pretty well, but the right side was a little uncomfortable. I think it would be a lot more comfortable if Perixx made the right edge a bit more tapered, so the edge would not interfere with my ring finger. I also found that if Perixx made the mouse a little wider, it would have had more space for my ring and pinky finger. However, I still like the wings to support your thumb and pinky. The sides of the mouse have a nice soft rubber, which makes gripping the mouse extremely easy. The top has a rubberized plastic that feels good as well. On the bottom are Teflon pads that allow the mouse to glide smoothly on any surface you put it on. I tested it on a SteelSeries cloth mouse pad, and also my wooden desk. The mouse also includes an extra set of teflon feet if the stock ones wear out, something that many other high end mice don't have. Along with the laser sensor on the bottom, there is also a compartment for the included weights. You can fit up to seven weights in the mouse, which are included in a nice case to keep them all safe. This too, is a feature that only a few mice have. The mouse also has a very nice braided cable that feels very tough and durable.

Next come the buttons:
The left and right clicks are soft enough to be pressed quickly, but also tactile to the tough. The scroll wheels however, I felt, was a bit mushy. There were distinct steps, but too much slack in between them. There is the scroll click was very good however, and does not trigger scrolling while pressing the button. On the front left of the mouse is the DPI LEDS, that are controlled by the 2 buttons on behind the scroll wheel. Above the thumb are a set of two or buttons. and resting under the thumb is another larger button. I would have liked to see an extra button on the bottom of the thumb wing, as that would be a simple and easy button to press. All the buttons on the mouse are extremely tactile, something that I missed realized I was missing out on with the LogitechG700s.
The buttons are all nicely placed, being able to access them easily in quick situations.

However, I find the different colored LEDS totally useless. First of all, if you want to color match your peripherals, you’ll have a hard time matching this mouse to itself. The DPI buttons are locked to green, which means that if you want to match, the rest of the mouse lights must be green. Then, you have to deal with the Red cable. This means you’ll immediately have a Christmas themed mouse aright when you plug it in.

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  • Kevin L.
  • 1/27/2015 7:06:05 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPerixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

Pros: In my opinion this is the best gaming mouse in this price range.
-It gives good support for big hands like mine, 7 individually programmable buttons, lights up any color (color pulse setting too),
-DPI adjustments
It has lights that indicate what DPI your mouse is set to, it also has a "sniper button" for your thumb that you can program to lower your dpi (comes in handy quite often in FPS's more often than you think), dedicated adjustable dpi buttons as well
-Weight changing!
I cant believe this mouse has adjustable weights, the lowest cost mouse that supports this feature (other than this one) is 50$!

Cons: The actual left click and right click are not as satisfying as some of the other similarly priced mice out there, but for this price they had to make some cut backs for what this BEAST brings to the table :).

Other Thoughts: This mouse is the best mouse for a starting out PC gamer hands down!
This mouse is very effective at what it strives for: A excellent mouse for a starting PC gamer that wants everything that the big boy mice get!

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  • Wesley W.
  • 12/27/2014 8:07:02 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest mouse for the money

This review is from: Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black

Pros: This mouse easily performs on par with the best mice on the market... It tracks incredibly well, has a terrific strong tactile feel to it and the quick dpi adjust switch is perfectly located. All buttons stood up to hours and hours of continuous use and abuse (I tend to break any secondary buttons on most gigabyte or logitech mice within a few months). I would strongly recommend this mouse to anyone who is tired of spending a ton of money on a mouse that is guaranteed to break. I have put this mouse through the paces and it has never let me down. The software is super easy and intuitive to use. I cannot say enough about how well this mouse works and endures.

Cons: The slightly odd shape makes the mouse almost feel as if it is slipping out of my hand when it is picked up but Ive never dropped it. The mouse feels heavy and ultimately I only used one of the several weights it came with. None of which are really cons.

Other Thoughts: After many many beloved hours with this mouse my cat knocked something off the wall and broke the middle mouse. I am very sad to have to retire it. I am most likely to buy the same mouse again as I know I will get endless hours of comfort and performance from this little gem. Breathe a sigh of relief because perrixx is that innovative peripheral company making products that can easily out perform higher priced competitors.

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