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SteelSeries World of Warcraft MMO 62006-BP 15 Buttons USB Wired 3200 dpi Gaming Mouse

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  • 15 Buttons
  • USB Wired
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Model

Brand
SteelSeries
Name
World of Warcraft MMO
Model
62006-BP
Type
Wired

Spec

Interface
USB
Hand Orientation
Right Hand
Buttons
15
Maximum dpi
3200 dpi

OS / System Requirement

Operating System Supported
Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Windows 2000
System Requirement
Available USB port

Features

Features
Co-designed specifically for World of Warcraft by Blizzard Entertainment and SteelSeries, the World of Warcraft MMO Gaming Mouse is the only gaming peripheral on the market that can be configured directly from within World of Warcraft. The mouse is fully scalable to meet the requirements of even the most discerning World of Warcraft gamer and delivers:
Incredible customization with 15 programmable buttons, advanced macro creation, and 10 profiles each with unique illumination scheme
Superior performance, comfort and control for in-game dominance
An amazing experience for World of Warcraft gamers of all levels and play styles

Easy to use, drag and drop software allows you to:
Program all 15 buttons with over 130 preset game commands
Create custom macros (supports in-game macros)
Develop up to 10 profiles, each with a unique illumination scheme
Choose from 16 million colors, all with 4 levels of intensity and pulsation

World of Warcraft Patch 3.2.2 update makes it possible to:
Bind all 15 buttons directly from the World of Warcraft interface, without ever leaving the game
Achieve faster response time by customizing your mouse setup in-game and thereby removing a layer of software

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • Zachary C.
  • 3/16/2014 1:40:30 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot very good

Pros: Looks cool
Feels Solid

Cons: Does not work well with Windows 8
Buttons will stop working mid game have to unplug mouse and let it re-register to work again.

Other Thoughts: Its a cool mouse but when I'm playing wow and I have to keep unplugging my mouse we have an issue.

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  • Jeremy P.
  • 3/10/2014 5:36:50 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDont get this mouse

Pros: Nice looking, plenty of buttons

Cons: came with a stuck button, which kept me from being able to use left click about 80% of the time.

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  • Breck W.
  • 3/4/2014 4:56:48 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSorry for the triple reviews

Pros: Pros? Um, my review was posted 3 times for some crazy reason...ideas?

Cons: Cons? Well, it is extremely annoying to have my huge review posted in triplicate. Sorry about this. I have no idea why this happened but I do blame myself.

Other Thoughts: For the record, I wasn't using the WOW mouse when I sent my review...3 times...apparently. So, we know it wasn't the mouse.

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  • Breck W.
  • 3/4/2014 12:40:13 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsReview of SteelSeries World of Warcraft MMO 62006-BP 15 Buttons USB Wired 3200 dpi Gaming Mouse (Refurbished)

Pros: In my opinion, the SteelSeries WOW MMO gaming Mouse is, without a doubt, the most versatile, visually aesthetic mouse I've ever used. Though it was designed specifically for WOW (even the mouse's user interface program has it so you can link your WOW account), gamers of all walks of life will find the UI easy to figure out, making profile customization actually enjoyable. The mouse can have up to 10 different profiles, each one independent of each other. Unlike my keyboard (which is blue all the time), the mouse allows you to select any color you want from its color palette. This lets me know which profile I'm on, which eliminates the whole "which profile am I on" scenario. The import/export ability helps with setting up multiple profiles that have the same core buttons.

Physically, the mouse is a little wider and longer than your basic mouse, but that's no big surprise since it has 15 buttons. The weight is similar to that of a basic wired mouse (since wireless mice have the weight of their batteries). Make sure to have a mouse pad (nothing fancy) or else the cursor will jump all over the place. The USB cable is shielded, which is a nice touch. Finally, when it says 15 buttons, it is including pushing the scroll button down (middle mouse button), however it is not including the "scroll up" or "scroll down" function of the scroll button (middle mouse button). I point this out because both "up" and "down" functions are programmable, which, to me, makes this a 17 button mouse, albeit the scroll/middle mouse button is one button with 3 separate functions.

Overall, the SteelSeries World of Warcraft MMO 15 Buttons (though I say 17 Buttons) USB Wired 3200 dpi Gaming Mouse (along with its UI program) has exceeded every one of my expectations and then some.

Cons: Despite my overall love of this mouse, let me point out that 15 buttons (17 buttons, in my opinion) can be quite overwhelming for both your hand and mind. Most people are used to 5 to 7 buttons (maybe) and, because of this, this mouse will be a button overload. Unless you are a concert pianist or some other musician where your fingers' and thumb's physical limits are tested daily or you have a functional 6th finger, it will take patience, practice, and time to fully enjoy the versatility of this mouse. If you lack patience, then I would suggest that you do not buy this mouse.

Before I talk about the feel and layout of the buttons, I feel it is necessary to point out that I am right handed (though I have used my left hand with this mouse a few times) and, more importantly, I have small hands and, thanks to this, my experience with this mouse will be based on my wee tiny hands (and, no, I don't know my hand size. Just take my word for it). So, having said this, this is what I have experienced:

I find some buttons are easily accessible, while others are in spots that require you to adjust your hand to reach them. The button on the right side functions as 2 buttons (like the scroll up and down functions, which is why I count them). This button is one that is hard to reach and master, which is why I use this button for changing my mouse profiles. The buttons in the middle are all easy to use except the 2 that run vertically with the scroll button (these are the 2 buttons that have the WOW markings/letters/runes on them). Normally, my palm is on top of these, so, to use them, I have to adjust my hand to press them. On a rare occasion, they get pressed if I rest my hand too hard on them. The 6 left side buttons are buttons that, once mastered, they will make life much easier. The top 2 buttons are more traditional, albeit they are spaced further apart than other mice. The directional pad-looking button is a 4-in-1 button, allowing for infinite possibilities, however, once again, practice makes perfect. Once I mastered this button, I used it for so many different things, from programming macros for Microsoft Word (Cut, Copy, Paste, Select All, etc.) to double-click dodging in Elder Scrolls Online beta and The Secret World to weapon functions, switching, etc. in FPS games.

Overall, these cons aren't really a matter of poor design. The design of the mouse is great for the number of buttons it has, it is a matter of practice, patience, and mastering the button bonanza of the mouse. Once you have tamed this beast, you will find that the cons I have listed will no longer be cons, but rather pros.

However, if you are faint of heart and short of patience, then they will always be cons, thus you will never know its true potential.

Other Thoughts: For the record, I do not play WOW, thus my knowledge of the game is equal to my knowledge of marine biology: none whatsoever. I have nothing against the game and have many friends that play it. Should I offend any WOW players or fans, then I apologize and would ask you to both forgive me and to get over it.

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  • Breck W.
  • 3/4/2014 12:37:31 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsReview of SteelSeries World of Warcraft MMO 62006-BP 15 Buttons USB Wired 3200 dpi Gaming Mouse (Refurbished)

Pros: In my opinion, the SteelSeries WOW MMO gaming Mouse is, without a doubt, the most versatile, visually aesthetic mouse I've ever used. Though it was designed specifically for WOW (even the mouse's user interface program has it so you can link your WOW account), gamers of all walks of life will find the UI easy to figure out, making profile customization actually enjoyable. The mouse can have up to 10 different profiles, each one independent of each other. Unlike my keyboard (which is blue all the time), the mouse allows you to select any color you want from its color palette. This lets me know which profile I'm on, which eliminates the whole "which profile am I on" scenario. The import/export ability helps with setting up multiple profiles that have the same core buttons.

Physically, the mouse is a little wider and longer than your basic mouse, but that's no big surprise since it has 15 buttons. The weight is similar to that of a basic wired mouse (since wireless mice have the weight of their batteries). Make sure to have a mouse pad (nothing fancy) or else the cursor will jump all over the place. The USB cable is shielded, which is a nice touch. Finally, when it says 15 buttons, it is including pushing the scroll button down (middle mouse button), however it is not including the "scroll up" or "scroll down" function of the scroll button (middle mouse button). I point this out because both "up" and "down" functions are programmable, which, to me, makes this a 17 button mouse, albeit the scroll/middle mouse button is one button with 3 seperate functions.

Overall, the SteelSeries World of Warcraft MMO 15 Buttons (though I say 17 Buttons) USB Wired 3200 dpi Gaming Mouse (along with its UI program) has exceeded every one of my expectations and then some.

Cons: Despite my overall love of this mouse, let me point out that 15 buttons (17 buttons, in my opinion) can be quite overwhelming for both your hand and mind. Most people are used to 5 to 7 buttons (maybe) and, because of this, this mouse will be a button overload. Unless you are a concert pianist or some other musician where your fingers' and thumb's physical limits are tested daily or you have a functional 6th finger, it will take patience, practice, and time to fully enjoy the versatility of this mouse. If you lack patience, then I would suggest that you do not buy this mouse.

Before I talk about the feel and layout of the buttons, I feel it is necessary to point out that I am right handed (though I have used my left hand with this mouse a few times) and, more importantly, I have small hands and, thanks to this, my experience with this mouse will be based on my wee tiny hands (and, no, I don't know my hand size. Just take my word for it). So, having said this, this is what I have experienced:

I find some buttons are easily accessible, while others are in spots that require you to adjust your hand to reach them. The button on the right side functions as 2 buttons (like the scroll up and down functions, which is why I count them). This button is one that is hard to reach and master, which is why I use this button for changing my mouse profiles. The buttons in the middle are all easy to use except the 2 that run vertically with the scroll button (these are the 2 buttons that have the WOW markings/letters/runes on them). Normally, my palm is on top of these, so, to use them, I have to adjust my hand to press them. On a rare occasion, they get pressed if I rest my hand too hard on them. The 6 left side buttons are buttons that, once mastered, they will make life much easier. The top 2 buttons are more traditional, albeit they are spaced further apart than other mice. The directional pad-looking button is a 4-in-1 button, allowing for infinite possibilities, however, once again, practice makes perfect. Once I mastered this button, I used it for so many different things, from programming macros for Microsoft Word (Cut, Copy, Paste, Select All, etc.) to double-click dodging in Elder Scrolls Online beta and The Secret World to weapon functions, switching, etc. in FPS games.

Overall, these cons aren't really a matter of poor design. The design of the mouse is great for the number of buttons it has, it is a matter of practice, patience, and mastering the button bonanza of the mouse. Once you have tamed this beast, you will find that the cons I have listed will no longer be cons, but rather pros.

However, if you are faint of heart and short of patience, then they will always be cons, thus you will never know its true potential.

Other Thoughts: By the way, I do not play WOW, thus my knowledge of the game is equal to my knowledge of marine biology: none whatsoever. I have nothing against the game and have many friends that play it. Should I offend any WOW players or fans, then I apologize and would ask you to both forgive me and to get over it.

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  • Breck W.
  • 3/4/2014 12:35:22 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsReview of SteelSeries World of Warcraft MMO 62006-BP 15 Buttons USB Wired 3200 dpi Gaming Mouse (Refurbished)

Pros: In my opinion, the SteelSeries WOW MMO gaming Mouse is, without a doubt, the most versatile, visually aesthetic mouse I've ever used. Though it was designed specifically for WOW (even the mouse's user interface program has it so you can link your WOW account), gamers of all walks of life will find the UI easy to figure out, making profile customization actually enjoyable. The mouse can have up to 10 different profiles, each one independent of each other. Unlike my keyboard (which is blue all the time), the mouse allows you to select any color you want from its color palette. This lets me know which profile I'm on, which eliminates the whole "which profile am I on" scenario. The import/export ability helps with setting up multiple profiles that have the same core buttons.

Physically, the mouse is a little wider and longer than your basic mouse, but that's no big surprise since it has 15 buttons. The weight is similar to that of a basic wired mouse (since wireless mice have the weight of their batteries). Make sure to have a mouse pad (nothing fancy) or else the cursor will jump all over the place. The USB cable is shielded, which is a nice touch. Finally, when it says 15 buttons, it is including pushing the scroll button down (middle mouse button), however it is not including the "scroll up" or "scroll down" function of the scroll button (middle mouse button). I point this out because both "up" and "down" functions are programmable, which, to me, makes this a 17 button mouse, albeit the scroll/middle mouse button is one button with 3 seperate functions.

Overall, the SteelSeries World of Warcraft MMO 15 Buttons (though I say 17 Buttons) USB Wired 3200 dpi Gaming Mouse (along with its UI program) has exceeded every one of my expectations and then some.

Cons: Despite my overall love of this mouse, let me point out that 15 buttons (17 buttons, in my opinion) can be quite overwhelming for both your hand and mind. Most people are used to 5 to 7 buttons (maybe) and, because of this, this mouse will be a button overload. Unless you are a concert pianist or some other musician where your fingers' and thumb's physical limits are tested daily or you have a functional 6th finger, it will take patience, practice, and time to fully enjoy the versatility of this mouse. If you lack patience, then I would suggest that you do not buy this mouse.

Before I talk about the feel and layout of the buttons, I feel it is necessary to point out that I am right handed (though I have used my left hand with this mouse a few times) and, more importantly, I have small hands and, thanks to this, my experience with this mouse will be based on my wee tiny hands (and, no, I don't know my hand size. Just take my word for it). So, having said this, this is what I have experienced:

I find some buttons are easily accessible, while others are in spots that require you to adjust your hand to reach them. The button on the right side functions as 2 buttons (like the scroll up and down functions, which is why I count them). This button is one that is hard to reach and master, which is why I use this button for changing my mouse profiles. The buttons in the middle are all easy to use except the 2 that run vertically with the scroll button (these are the 2 buttons that have the WOW markings/letters/runes on them). Normally, my palm is on top of these, so, to use them, I have to adjust my hand to press them. On a rare occasion, they get pressed if I rest my hand too hard on them. The 6 left side buttons are buttons that, once mastered, they will make life much easier. The top 2 buttons are more traditional, albeit they are spaced further apart than other mice. The directional pad-looking button is a 4-in-1 button, allowing for infinite possibilities, however, once again, practice makes perfect. Once I mastered this button, I used it for so many different things, from programming macros for Microsoft Word (Cut, Copy, Paste, Select All, etc.) to double-click dodging in Elder Scrolls Online beta and The Secret World to weapon functions, switching, etc. in FPS games.

Overall, these cons aren't really a matter of poor design. The design of the mouse is great for the number of buttons it has, it is a matter of practice, patience, and mastering the button bonanza of the mouse. Once you have tamed this beast, you will find that the cons I have listed will no longer be cons, but rather pros.

However, if you are faint of heart and short of patience, then they will always be cons, thus you will never know its true potential.

Other Thoughts: By the way, I do not play WOW, thus my knowledge of the game is equal to my knowledge of marine biology: none whatsoever. I have nothing against the game and have many friends that play it. Should I offend any WOW players or fans, then I apologize and would ask you to both forgive me and to get over it.

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  • David A.
  • 2/26/2014 2:29:09 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsToo big

Pros: Nice texture and feeling. Worked (kinda)

Nicely breaded cord.

Cons: Left click sticks and needs to be shaken to become clickable again. Way too big and i have slightly big hands.

Steelseries software download is worthless, the default color of the light was set to yellow and i tried changing it to blue but it would not register.

Did i mention it was too big?

Other Thoughts: Sticking with my family dollar wireless mouse.

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  • Jordan J.
  • 1/6/2014 8:03:23 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: -many buttons
-many dpi settings
-awesome grip for figure tip or palm (speaking as one who interchanges the two depending on the situation)
-LEDs r great (2 or so years and still pulsen)
- software is easy and VERY powerful (played darkfall and 1 click meant 30min of what would be tireless grinding turned into effortless logging)
-sensor is fantastic. i play a lot of twitch based action games and u need a good sensor(s) for that.
-inside of cable has never broke and anyone that knows headphones knows that cables (braided or not) break.
-slick bottom works well on wood desk

Cons: - first button (top thumb "d pad" button) failed after 2 months. then the front "d pad" button broke after a lil more than a year
- paint comes off. but this is probably due to intense usage over a long period of time. doesn't chip its just been gradually degrading.
-software doesn't work with a lot of games i play. its feels almost random or chooses when to work. sometimes it will work in games. sometimes it wont. usually does, if at all tho.
- getting any amount of static electricity and then touching my mouse causes it to fail and/or restart. it wasn't always like this just after the paint started to degrade.

Other Thoughts: this is my first gaming mouse but this really sets the bar high. when the buttons worked in games other than wow, it kicked ars. really helps in games like chivalry where u need extra buttons so u can swing ur sword from the left as apposed to always starting on the right with lmb.

im only getting a new mouse because ANY amount of static makes it fail/restart now and the fact that half the buttons r dead after +2 years. i bought this mouse when it was $99 and it was worth every penny. i would buy it again if i could find it new.

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  • Matt L.
  • 8/31/2013 6:17:47 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat WoW mouse

Pros: I have 3 of these (3 WoW accounts). They all work great. Remanned with a 1 year warranty and all 3 have been working great. First one I bought when it came out new and paid $100 bucks. Second and Third about 2 months ago and they work great, Got the pair for under $40 bucks. WOOT!! thanks Newegg!!!!!! Steelseries drivers work great with it. I was a little worried with all the new Exp packs like MoP but it still functions flawlessly. I love the feel of them. They pick up wonderfully and slide smooth. The weight is fine for me.

Cons: None.

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  • Sean E.
  • 8/20/2013 1:29:54 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsEven at this price... no.

Pros: Plenty of buttons
Integration with WoW Armory for easy profile swapping
Shiny lights

Cons: As someone who purchased this without the express purpose of using it for World of Warcraft, I have to say it's a very nice $30 paperweight. This mouse is aesthetically nice and has plenty of buttons, but the software for actually mapping those buttons is atrocious. Unless you use hard-to-find Windows keystroke identifaction codes with the XML file of the mouse profiles, there is no way to set the button mapping to anything other than the set of commands that comes with the mouse, all of which are specific to World of Warcraft, or use macros which the mouse will manually type in for you one key at a time.

The whole thing is a joke and since I don't play WoW, Guild Wars 2 was the only game I even had the action bar mapping features work with.

Other Thoughts: If you aren't going to use this for WoW and only WoW, don't even bother.
If you do want to use this for WoW... I still suggest springing for a different mouse that has software that actually lets you set your own key mapping based on keystrokes and not some arbitrary MMO button preset list.

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