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Mionix NAOS 8200 Gaming Mouse
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Default Mionix NAOS 8200 Gaming Mouse - 12-11-2012, 13:23 | posts: 29,276 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Mionixreleased their all new NAOS 8200 high performance gaming mouse.*The combination of high-end components and the ergonomic Mionix NAOS shape makes the Mionix NAOS 8200 the new standard for high-e...

Mionix NAOS 8200 Gaming Mouse
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Default 12-11-2012, 13:33 | posts: 11,379 | Location: England

That looks über cool!
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Default 12-11-2012, 13:45 | posts: 2,021

Never heard of this brand, I'm a little skeptical about this..
8200 dpi? lol
Sounds like a way to get more customers that think more dpi = better.
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Default 12-11-2012, 14:00 | posts: 10,924 | Location: Terra Firma

Originally Posted by naike View Post
Never heard of this brand, I'm a little skeptical about this..
8200 dpi? lol
Sounds like a way to get more customers that think more dpi = better.
The higher the DPI generally the better the sensor. The better the sensor the higher the resolution/acceleration. Plus you're supposed to set the mouse to the highest DPI and adjust sensitivity accordingly, that's how you get the best possible resolution out of the sensor in the first place. My Kone XTD is 8200DPI in fact this is basically the exact same mouse. Same sensor same processor same everything except for the layout.

Also Mionix is popular in scandinavian countries and sponsor a bunch of starcraft related stuff.

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Default 12-11-2012, 17:36 | posts: 4,226 | Location: Antioch, CA, US

I have a Naos 5000 mouse that I use at work, I chose it because of how comfortable the design is for daily use.

Other than the cable drag, I like it as much as my original razer mamba at home.

Its a pretty solid mouse, I've had no issues with it. But in open arena the highest DPI step I use is 1800 for close quarters maps

I use 800dpi on the windows desktop and most games.

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Default 12-11-2012, 17:42 | posts: 384 | Location: US

Although it looks very cool, I don't know how complicated I really need a mouse to be.

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Default 12-11-2012, 22:38 | posts: 1,764 | Location: Warsaw, Poland

The British people will just love the pricing - $90 / $90GBP ($145).
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Default 12-12-2012, 06:23 | posts: 8,258 | Location: London, United Kingdom

Looks nice, similar to my old Razer Naga Wireless.

However, I'm perfectly happy with my R.A.T Cyborg 6200 dpi mouse...
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Default 12-12-2012, 07:02 | posts: 1,768 | Location: USA

I am happy with my G9x and G19 combo
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Default 12-12-2012, 07:24 | posts: 568

Needs more buttons, but without going crazy like those MMO mouses out there. I sorely miss something in the middle. Something like the Logitech G600, giving all fingers something to do, but with only as many additional buttons as the G700. That one has 4 thumb buttons, 3 additional ones for the index finger, and 1 south of the wheel. Such a design would have 12 clickable buttons in total, that would make me happy.
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Default 12-12-2012, 07:38 | posts: 8,532 | Location: GTA, Canada

I know Mionix as the company that makes stuff that I'm sort of interested in but then ruins it by making it all puke green and pricing it at double what you'd expect.
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