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Pros: Ergonomics 10
Rubberized Surface 10
LED intensity 10 (Does not blind you when you stare at it)
Unfortunately I'm considering returning for the price.
Cons: As I understand it the DPI relates to the ratio of surface unit length movement of the mouse (on the mousepad) to the pixel unit length on the screen. Basically a multiplier. The 8200 DPI setting makes it way too sensitive for FPS. I just rather change the mouse sensitivity via the game menu.
Other Thoughts: I have a $15 kensington pro fit (smaller, less ergonomic) and except for its physical appearance, it performs just as well. Tested on FPS games.
All the features this mouse has are unnoticeable to me.
You can find a mouse just as ergonomic for much less.
This review is from: Kensington Pro Fit K72355US Black Wired Mid-Size Mouse
Pros: Small but not tiny. Nice gripy material on the left side (not plain rubber, some sort of gentle and firm gel-like material)
The size allows me to accurately move it with the outer 2/3 of my hand while I can pivot on my outer wrist bone providing better control of the cursor. I can predict some aiming improvement on first person shooter games.
Buttons aren't quiet nor loud.
Cons: It could be heavier...
Other Thoughts: I like it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: StarTech Model KYC1MF 6" IBM PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Y-Splitter Cable
Pros: Great idea (had it worked)
Cons: Does not work with both mouse and keyboard connected. Only works with the Keyboard alone. didn't bother trying mouse only (who cares after all)READ FULL REVIEW