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  • [Driver Update] Perixx MX-2000IIB, Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black - 8 Programmable Button - Weight Tuning Cartridge - Omron Micro Switches - Avago 5600DPI ADNS-9500 Laser Sensor - Ultra Polling 125-1000HZ
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[Driver Update] Perixx MX-2000IIB, Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black - 8 Programmable Button - Weight Tuning Cartridge - Omron Micro Switches - Avago 5600DPI ADNS-9500 Laser Sensor - Ultra Polling 125-1000HZ

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  • Ergonomic Right Handed Design with Rubber Painting Surface - Net Weight: 5.00 Oz (With Weights 6.03 Oz)
  • Gold-plated USB Connector - 5.9ft (1.8m) Braided Fiber Cable
  • On-the-fly 4 Level Adjustable DPI Switch 100-5600
  • Onboard Flash MCU Memory with 8 Programmable Buttons and 4 User Profile
  • High speed motion detection - up to 150ips and 30G - Frame rate 11750fps
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[Driver Update] Perixx MX-2000IIB, Programmable Gaming Laser Mouse - Black - 8 Programmable Button - Weight Tuning Cartridge - Omron Micro Switches - Avago 5600DPI ADNS-9500 Laser Sensor - Ultra Polling 125-1000HZ + SteelSeries QcK Gaming Mouse Pad (Black)
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0083H4NG4
  • Item model number: MX-2000II
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (240 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 16, 2012
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Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8. Please download the driver from Perixx support website: http://perixx.com/en/driver.html

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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Lyee on February 10, 2013
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Like all the other reviewers loving this mouse, I join them too. I'll talk a bit about the Perixx then compare this mouse to the Anker (also for sale on Amazon at about the same price).
My thoughts: I palm the mouse, and it fits well. I just wish they contoured it with a bit more curve to the left. I'm not quite too sure how to claw it since the back is raised a bit high and you inadvertently end up palming it a bit.
I bought the Anker High Precision Laser Gaming Mouse with 8000 DPI (it's also on Amazon for about the same price as this mouse). If you were in my position and trying to decide between the two, both are superb mice and they have very very minor pro/cons but you can't go wrong with either of them. The Anker mouse is smaller and easier to claw, but still great for palming. Both mice have a bit stiff of a middle mouse click. Both mice are the same somewhat in design (the plastic running down the edges, where the rubber grips are... the kind of rubber grips used and the mouse wheel, the mouse wheel looks exactly the same apart from the Anker's is lit). Even the software feels the same to me (it looks different, but you have the same tabs, the same features, the same bugs (the DPI reset), the same sort of color pallet to choose color). I actually think both mice were based off of a common ancestor or they were designed off one another due to the many similarities underlying them both.
Quick pro/cons of the Anker vs the Perixx:
Anker has better button placement for the thumb, but the buttons below the middle mouse weren't so great in position
Perixx has more buttons, but the lower thumb button sometimes doesn't seem to register
The Perixx's macro feature has less stuff than the Anker. The Anker you can basically do... anything.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By SR on October 21, 2012
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I was terrified to order this mouse because there were no reviews on it. However, I have been using it for the last few days and have loved the mouse.

I went from a plain desktop mouse to this gaming mouse, so pretty much anything is an upgrade. I really like how this mouse feels. It's a laser mouse, so it will work on any surface, really. The shape of the mouse fits my hand (I'm a medium sized hand...) it looks good, you can customize the buttons, it's really great. However - when they say 11 customizable buttons, don't take that as true. It means you can customize your left and right click, scroll wheel click, scroll wheel left/right click, DPI +/-, forward/back buttons, and two buttons on either side of the mouse. One of the buttons is defaulted to a double-click, and the other changes the color of the LED that shows the Perixx symbol. I remapped the two buttons to the side for 3 and 4 so I can use my 3 and 4 items in League of Legends without having to use the buttons on the keypad. Items 1 and 2 are mapped through League to forward and back.

The responsiveness of the mouse is great. The clicks are nice. I like that you can add weight - I like a heavier mouse.

All in all, it's a great mouse. The software is a little bit weird - you have to restart your computer twice to get it to work properly, but once you do, you can fully customize the mouse. You can change the color of the logo LED to pretty much whatever color you want. I'm very happy with the mouse so far, but I will come back if any issues arise.

EDIT 12/19/2013

I've had this mouse for a bit more than a year, around 15 months. Unfortunately, this mouse has reached its life expectancy.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jon Dunfee on November 5, 2012
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I recently was in the market for a wired mouse to replace a wireless mouse; I swear was experiencing some interference. (Lots of folks in the office use Logitech mice) I typically do not purchase a peripheral with such little feedback but reviewing the specs of this mouse and the price, I was willing to give it a shot. I have to say I'm Very Pleasantly Surprised. Prior to purchase, the deciding factors for me: Omron switches (once a Technician, I'm familiar with Omron), braided cable, rubberized coating, added buttons, and the price!

The switches are responsive with clicking sounds including the thumb button at the base. You can't "flick" the wheel which is something I miss, but it does have a distinct bump feel I'm pleased with which should prevent ghost-scrolling. I forgot how light a wired mouse is! It came with weights (I have two in currently), but coming from a wireless mouse holding two AA batteries it didn't matter considering all weights in would still render the mouse light. No complaints, I can whiz around the screen now and despite the weight doesn't make the mouse feel cheap. The bottom has four teflon pads for easier gliding, seems many of the mice I have only have 3 pads. I love the feel of the rubberized, ribbed grips on the sides. I'm indifferent about the rubberized top which I imagine will begin to look used with hand goo in short time; although, I find I'm not palming the mouse like I was expecting, may be moot. Programming the buttons was fairly simple, I did have a moment of confusion when it came to trying to assign a CTRL+W to the under thumb button. Typically it would be considered a single keystroke configuration, but it's not, it's actually a macro displaying the following: CTRL(down arrow), W(down arrow), W(up arrow), CTRL(up arrow).
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