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    Reviews - Mionix Naos 8200

    The ultra-comfortable mouse on test.
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    Re: Reviews - Mionix Naos 8200

    Looks a bit light a squashed Mx Revolution, but missing the useful extra buttons, thumb wheel, and switchable-ratcheting scroll wheel (and with some added awkward-to-use buttons hiding under the scrollwheel).

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    Re: Reviews - Mionix Naos 8200

    In the same price range as Corsair M65 - Wonder which one is better or if there is any difference.

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    Re: Reviews - Mionix Naos 8200

    So glad I heard of them from Tek Syndicate. Eitger companies were just crap or had weird stuff going on I didn't care for.

    lefties should look towards the Avior 8200 instead.
    I disagree--not that I'm a lefty. It applies to this mouse as well, but the ADNS-9800 sensor is notorious for tracking issues, even if it's so minimal that only a top tier type of player will notice it. Both 7000 models use one of the best sensors out there (can't remember off the top of my head its name, 3130?). Not that I'm speaking from my rear, but even Google will pull up many experiences with them.

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    Re: Reviews - Mionix Naos 8200

    Looks very similar to my Qpad 5k, which I have to say is the most comfortable mouse I've ever owned. I have large hands and always found I got pinky cramp; the 'shelf' design on the Qpad means I have somewhere to to sit my pinky and voila, no more pain.

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