MIONIX AVIOR SK Team Edition Multi-Color Ambidextrous Optical Gaming Mouse
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The unique ambidextrous shape has been developed to be used by both right or left-handed gamers, and to support a palm and claw grip. Four layers of rubber coating ensure a maximum grip and soft touch feel.
AURORA multi-color lighting
Customizable LED lighting system: Personalize your mouse with up to 16.8 Million color options and stunning lighting effects (Solid, Blinking, Pulsating and Breathing effects running single colour or colour shift).
9 fully programmable buttons
The 9 buttons can be assigned to any key, mouse command or macro and 128kb of built-in memory store your settings and recorded macros in up to 5 profiles.
Gaming grade optical sensor
The ADNS-3310 gaming grade optical sensor delivers no positive or negative acceleration, amazing accuracy, smooth tracking and up to 7000 DPI.
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The Mionix Sargas is made of a durable microfiber cloth material with slightly more friction than coated mouse pads. The special microfiber surface counteracts data loss and improves the sensor tracking performance.
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Came across the Mionix 8200 and instantly loved it because of the ambidextrous design and the slightly wide base. Love the logo as well.
The packaging looks quite elegant.
Solid build quality, love the braided cable.
I have medium sized hands and my brother has large hands, yet this feels very comfortable even after hours of gaming (Claw-Grip) for the both of us because I think Mionix has coated it with several layers which gives it a soft mat finish feel to the surface. The feel of the mouse surface is very hard to describe... but it is awesome! (I think it supports palm grip as well)
It is not too heavy but not light weight either. The mouse seems to be very well balanced
Works best on a hard mouse mat.
The 8200 sensor is an overkill (but customizable), will only be useful for 4k destops, but additional features are always welcome. I use it at approx 1500-3000 dpi setting.
RGB lighting... YES! I was quite surprised to see RBG lighting included for the price. At such a price point... this feature was awesome! The wheel as well as the logo contain RGB lights.
The software was a breeze to understand and use. Very user friendly. It also has some predefined RGB light effects (pulsating/fading/breathing etc). You could even have separate light colors for the scroll wheel and the logo. Really fantastic!
All 9 keys can be customized (left click, right click, 2 keys on either sides, scroll wheel and dpi up/down switches above the wheel)
Not really a con, but additional weight system would be a plus for future releases.
Mionix, I would love to see some RGB keyboards in the near future. This mice totally floored me! Finding a decent ambidextrous mouse is hard :D
I have to stress though, that this mouse in general is long and flat. I ended up selling it because the reach was too far to the buttons (left and right click buttons) with my hand size, and in particular, the mouse wheel was very far forward, more so than any other mouse I've owned. If you have large-ish hands, this will probably be ideal for you.
All the buttons clicked and felt great (actually the tactile feed back was about the best of any mouse I've used), except for the mouse wheel. This felt clunky at times, and didn't click as smoothly and softly as other's I've used. It also had a one of the most resistances I've felt, although this all is just personal preference.
Also, the rear of the mouse is quite low, and your palm doesn't really rest on anything, even though the mouse is long (generally). Again, personal preference and you may or may not like this.
Software is average, with GUI being nice, and everything worked as advertised. Nothing special (some other companies have amazing GUI for the software), but works, simple as that.
In summary, I highly recommend you try out the mouse first if you can (as with any mouse), it see if it fits your hand and mouse preferences. If it does, you'll absolutely love the mouse. I definitely would say this mouse is for larger hands, if that helps.
I tried the Naos 3200 initially as I thought I could utilize a palm grip, but this wasn't the case. I have a rather strong claw grip, with some of my palm resting on the mouse. I returned the Naos 3200 for this mouse, the Avior 8200. And I am very pleased by the quality of it.
When I first got this mouse, I noticed right away the difference in comfort when comparing it to the Naos 3200, and how well it gets along with my hand. A few weeks of usage, absolutely zero encounters with hand strain.
The Avior 8200 is different from the Naos 3200 mouse, not only in terms of ergonomics and grip design, but in terms of what type of sensor it uses. There is a very noticeable difference between a laser sensor and an optical sensor. I originally thought I preferred optical, but in reality, laser defined appropriate for my usage, which is a combination of heavy all usage and gaming.
Pure and simple, I was blown away by this mouse. I was also not expecting my fondness for laser based sensors. Also, for those who say laser sensors are only good for first-person shooters, I disagree; in fact, from what I've observed, a laser sensor can be uses optimally for all types of games. Many will appreciate the variety of CPI settings, but I also admit that I don't use over 2400+ CPI, as it is too much refresh.
That being said, here are the pros and cons:
-- ARM processor
-- 16.8M RGB color support w/ effects
-- Durability of the rubber texture
-- Decently weighted--for those with strength and/or large hands
-- Scroll wheel--highly optimized for all tasks and games
-- Laser sensor
-- In-depth customization via software
-- Gold plated USB connector
-- Teflon mouse feet
-- Braided USB cable
-- Two buttons on each side of the mouse (not a big deal since they can be disabled)
-- Scroll wheel speed is rather limited by the software
-- The RGB effect system shifts the colors too fast
Definitely the best mouse I've ever used to date. Highly recommended for palm/claw grip users.