Pros: This is a very good fit, much better than recent offerings from razer. It has dimensions between the razer mice and ms sidewinder. It is plenty long, and decent hight. Good for those with larger hands, although I wouldnt say perfect. I dont expect a perfect fit with all them little people out there in the world.
Cons: Only 2 side buttons. They could have easily put 2 more.
Other Thoughts: The features of the mouse are accurate, the fire suppression is very fun, and the free burst fire is very simple to use, and well worth the price.(burst fire is free w/ mouse, core 2.) That alone is worthwhile feature.
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Awesome Gaming Mouse! Absolutely LOVE It!!!
Pros: I bought two of the bloody series from Newegg. Bloody Series V3 and V5 mice are both awesome. They feel as if it is a $60.00 mouse or even more than that! I usually do not bother to leave a review. However, these gaming mice seem so unique. Playing games with this mouse is filled with excitement. I would want to share this enthusiasm with everyone. My friend even asked me to help them to purchase three more for his CS teammates. Here are some key features for this mouse that I would recommend:
Cons: Auto-Recoil Adjustment is an option to upgrade to, but you have "1000 times" free trial period (If you are a heavy FPS gamer, I highly suggest to get this upgrade. It costs $20 to get it).
Other Thoughts: For the price, the V5 Gaming Mouse is a solid offer. I would definitely recommend this to friends and family.
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Falsely advertised Linux Support, poor description, and some features must be ordered
Pros: Looks sleek, seems pretty fast and accurate. Cord is that woven style, which seems pretty durable
Cons: Claims to support Linux and OS X, on both Newegg and manufacturer's webset. Hardly. On the box it only says Windows XP - 8. In Linux it works as a basic mouse, but none of the fancy features are accessible. Furthermore, the instructions in the box are vague and I can't seem to find a way to adjust the DPI. On my last "gaming" mouse, a single button could do it, right out of the box.
Other Thoughts: I wanted a mouse with on-the-fly adjustable DPI and a bunch of buttons my OS would actually recognize. I was sorely disappointed. I will be returning this mouse, and not buying from a4tech again.
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“Claims to support Linux and OS X, on both Newegg and manufacturer's webset. Hardly. On the box it only says Windows XP ...”— Mal 1/7/2013
“This is a very good fit, much better than recent offerings from razer. It has dimensions between the razer mice and ms sidewinder. ...”— MrZ 3/6/2013