Anker 8200 DPI High Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse for PC, 9 Programmable Buttons, Weight Tuning Cartridges, Omron Micro
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- Built with gamers in mind: up to 8200 DPI, 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration, 100-150in/s cursor speed, and an Avago ADNS-9800 sensor. Omron micro switches provide crisp, firm clicks. Take control of your virtual world.
- Personalize your mouse to fit your needs. 9 programmable buttons, 2 onboard stored profiles, an 8-piece weight tuning set (2.5g/0.1oz each), and over 16 million LED color options. The LED may be disabled, if desired.
- Contoured body with non-slip buttons keep your grip firm during gameplay. 6ft braided-fiber cable with gold-plated USB connector ensures greater durability.
- Aesthetic and easy-to-use control panel lets you assign actions and record macros like a pro.
- Package contents: Anker® High-Precision Laser Gaming Mouse, user manual.
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today i remember the thousands of headshots, and slick side buttons for navigating web pages, and kinda cool color options, and rolling face with the precision only this mouse can supply. this world doesn't deserve you, Anker. I'm happily off to buy another of your products.
I have used many brands of mice including 2 microsoft intelli, 2 razor gaming mice, and about 4 logitech mx/g mice.
Microsoft iintelli is known for plain, yet very durable mice. Ergos are just ok, and materials are abit tacky but still work very well these last years and years
Razer mice are very flashy mice. ergos are very specific to how you hold mice, palm/clow. Terrible costumer service and broken mice are common. lost me as a customer after i paid $60 on a mouse that broke in 3 months, could not reach them for RMA warranty services no matter how many times I contacted them.
Logitech is the leader of the industry with a wide array of award winning mice. Been a loyal costumer until my brother and I were experiencing issues with the latest g400 mice. they wear out real fast and have terrible cords that short. the Mx518 and g5 of yesteryear were much better quality, but still have some issues.
after going through 2 g400 mice in less than a year I decided to give this brand a shot because of the glowing reviews
The fit and finish of this mouse puts many $60+ to shame. the flat scroll wheel is FLAT! and it works brilliantly. The ergos for this mouse is best with palm grip. Center of the mouse has a matte rubberized coating with is smooth and silky feeling. thumb rest is a nice grippy rubber. Blue lights are pleasant and not intrusive. The mouse has 3 thumb buttoms which is in an arc formation so misclicking is not a problem. Who ever engineered the mouse really thought about form and function. Its great to see that they arent just copying other companies and sell something inferior that looks similar to the big brand names.
has a mouse wire damper, reinforced woven wire covering (huge problem with logitech mice)
Customizable light (just the anker part)
Great feel for palm grippers
Weighted well, used all the weights
Ultra slick mouse feet
Wish the 3 side buttons were ruberized black or dark grey, or semi translucent white, the silver colored paint seem to lack continuity. not a huge issue since looks are subjective. otherwise a very good looking mouse in my opinion
used for FPS and MOBA games
First let me say that I'm happy with the Anker mouse. It's comfortable and smooth and even fits my hand very similarly to my previous Logitech mouse.
Now let me say that you're getting what you pay for here. There's nothing really wrong with the Anker mouse, and in fact for the price it's not bad at all. But... when I got the package open and checked out the product itself I noticed that the teflon feet were already peeling off, and the rubber for the thumb grip was peeling back. This was remedied simply by pressing these pieces back in to place, but seems to me like quality assurance kinda let this slip by. Back to the thumb grip, it doesn't really help you ( I should say me) grip anything. I actually feel my thumb sliding down or up the side of the mouse quite often.
Unpacked the mouse itself is very light, good thing the weights are included. However, even with all 8 weights in place it still feels lighter than my MX518, but certainly still comfortable. The weight cartridge, on the underside of the mouse when open, leaves gaps big enough to easily drop one of the weights inside the actual mouse body itself. When installed the weights are held in place and feel pretty sturdy.
The buttons feel good, everything is pretty ergonomic and natural feeling. If I had a complaint there it would be that the thumb buttons seems a bit too easy to hit on accident when simply moving the mouse to the right. After I got used to it I hit these buttons a lot less on accident. I don't like the mouse wheel at all, feels almost like a lid on a plastic bottle to me, but it's movement is precise.
I do like the 4 lights next to the left finger button. These lights indicate your DPI so after some use you can begin to see where you've got it set. Personally I'll probably never use 8000 dpi, I'm not a twitch gamer. But it's very easy to cycle through dpi settings, another similarity to my MX518 I like.
The software is pretty comprehensive. Keep in mind you have to download this from IAnker.com there is no install disk included with your package, perhaps Anker will change this later on but it seems kind of a waste of a disk for a 20meg piece of software. The problem Ive had here (and it's a big one) is in some games the key binding doesn't work in the typical way. I.E. click to change then press the key or mouse button you'd like to change it to. Instead you've got to reassign that mouse button through the mouse software to whatever the default key would be on your keyboard. An example would be, I want to change let's say my crouch key from "C" to "Mouse 6". I have to tab out of the game, open the mouse software, find mouse button six and reassign it to "C" on my keyboard for "mouse 6" to perform that operation. This doesn't happen very often, but it could be pretty inconvenient if you had a set of controls you wanted to completely re-map.
The light settings are pretty vibrant though you're only able to change the light color on the mouse logo. The presets look good but the software also allows you to change colors in a 16m color mode. There's even a check button for the light to "breathe", basically it just fades in and out every second or so. Sounds great if that's important to you except that everything aside from the presets tend to look nothing like what your custom color option may be. Personally this means almost nothing, but aesthetically it's a great touch if you can make the color you want the way you like it.
So overall, aside from my giving this three stars and seeming to pick this mouse apart, I'm pretty happy with it. The motion is smooth, the fit is comfortable, the clicks aren't super loud, the optical camera and laser is very accurate, the software is pretty solid, and the price is right. Could it have benefited from a little bit more quality? Sure, but you'd be paying $60 or $70 instead of $40. It's good for the price. I'm not a fan of Razer or Steelseries or most high end brands. I like Logitech and that's about it, but if Anker keeps going with gaming mice I could see this one being a very high quality and sought after product.
Since I posted the original review, Anker has contacted me and offered to replace the mouse for free if I wished. This wasn't necessary as far as I was concerned but I thank them for taking the time to address me personally, it speaks volumes of a company to do so. Support was very friendly and even stated that observations and suggestions I've made would be brought up to development staff. Particularly the issue with mapping mouse buttons through the mouse software, and the potentially large problem with gaps in the weight cartridge big enough to drop a weight into the mouse body. Support even said they'd touch base with me again when there's a positive solution at hand.
For the time being I'm going to keep the three star rating as this is product review. When I hear from support again about a solution I will certainly update the star rating. It says a lot to me that Anker is taking development of their products seriously enough to personally contact consumers who have had concerns. I'd also like to re-state for anyone who's reading this that overall I'm happy with the Anker mouse. This isn't a bad product, just needs a little tweaking and Anker seems to care about that.
Well I see that this mouse is no longer being sold here but I figured I'd throw the update just in case it does come back.
After a good four years of use the mouse wheel finally gave up the ghost. I even came back to order another when I decided to replace it only to find it unavailable.
Quality and longevity overall turned out to be pretty excellent. The buttons all still work just fine even now with the exception of the wheel going intermittent. The only other slight problem I ended up with was one of the LED's going out. Four years of constant use for (at the time) $40. I think I got my money out of it.