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This review is from: A4Tech X-710BK X7 Gaming Mouse
Pros: Sensor works precisely on a lot of surfaces
DPI switch changes color to show which speed setting you've chosen.
The small red left button was a clever way to put another usable button you can feel on the mouse.
Cons: If you're red/green colorblind, the resolution selector light goes through the part of the spectrum which won't help you by default. I didn't use the software, so I can't say if that detail is programmable.
Other Thoughts: The small red button is bound to triple-click by default.
The forward/back buttons on the left are backwards by default. Most mice have forward as the one toward the front of the mouse, not the back.
This review is from: Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Extreme 3D Pro USB Joystick
Pros: A proper stick for proper stick-and-throttle games. Massive overkill for Lucasarts' X-wing games. Fast and annoying ships became very much easier to swat down over an Xbox gamepad.
Works out-of-the-box in Linux/DOSBox and Windows.
Cons: Stiffness not adjustable.
Other Thoughts: Right-handed.
Stiff. If you are a really skinny nerd and don't work out at all, this stick won't offer very good precision: the strength in your arm is a big part of how precisely you can fly and aim with this thing.
Pros: Pretty precise.
Works out of the box with Linux, too.
Wheel big enough to feel usable as a third button.
Cons: If you're left-handed, you're out of luck: this is a right-handed mouse.
Other Thoughts: Took a little while to get used to.READ FULL REVIEW