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Pros: -Feels comfortable and is great for Counter-Strike.
-I usually prefer an extra 4th button on mice so I can bind it to voice chat. This mouse's button 4 is in perfect position for doing so (thumb).
-If you want, you can bind the DPI adjustment button to whatever you want as well, so 5 buttons overall. This is a great feature for Ventrilo/Teamspeak since I've never had any need to change my DPI mid-game.
Cons: -I wish there was a completely black model. I generally don't like my computer accessories to have a 'gaming' look to it.
-Driver software website is in German but once downloaded, it's in English so no big deal
-By default the mouse illuminates up to 3 different colors, which I'm not a fan of. But once you install the software you can turn the lights off.
Other Thoughts: This mouse showed me how ridiculously overpriced other mice can be. It is amazing. Such a solid deal. I'll probably stick with this brand for a good amount of time if their price range remains the same.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: A4Tech D-500F Black 4 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 1000 dpi Mouse
Pros: The mouse is slick and responsive. Pretty good for FPS's. The light on the mouse wheel is pretty cool and not too bright so it doesn't look flashy.
Cons: A little smaller than expected, The 4th mouse button sits in kind of an awkward spot. I would prefer it be on the side where the thumb can access it. The biggest issue I have is that the 4th button is pretty useless. All I'm trying to get it to do is to use for voice in Ventrilo or Teamspeak, and I can't quite figure that out yet. Other reviews mention separate software is required. That's pretty much the only reason I bought a 4-button mouseREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Moray+ 3.5mm Connector Canal Mobile Gaming Communicator
Pros: These things are awesome. The mic is very clear and everyone can hear me loud and clear over Ventrilo and when using my Sprint Evo. The sound is very nice and there is just the right amount of bass. Playing Counter-Strike I can hear where everyone is just fine.
Cons: If you are using these while on the go and it's either windy or if the cord is dangling around bouncing off your clothes, the sound travels up all the way through the ear buds and can be pretty hard to hear what you're listening to. Turning up the volume easily solves this problem though.
Other Thoughts: I bought these mainly because I recently moved out to college and had to transfer to a laptop to do most of my gaming. I will play some rounds of CS on my clan's server every now and then, and will hop on my clan's Ventrilo server as well. While I'm on campus it would look pretty goofy to be wearing a huge headset in front of everyone. These just help to not draw attention and look as if I'm proceeding on with normal work.
Before purchasing these headphones I read some reviews that they break easily. I have been treating these with extreme care and keep them in the case that it comes with when I go places and I'm not using them. So far I have not had any issues with damage or malfunction (knock on wood). From my experience so far is if you treat these like the $60 you payed for them, they will be fine.