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Mionix MNX-01-23002-G - Ratón para gaming, color negro
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- Diseño ergonómico con soporte para 5 dedos y 4 capas de revestimiento de goma
- Sensor óptico de 7000 DPI con aceleración cero
- Procesador ARM de 32 bits a 32mhz
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MIONIX Naos 7000 es el ratón ergonómico por excelencia para los amateurs deñ agarre « Palm Grip ». Cada dedo de la mano 7ene un apoyo gracias a su forma adaptada específicamente para diestros.
El sensor óp7co PMW-3310 dedicado a los juegos evita la aceleración posi7va o nega7va al 7empo que permite hasta 7000 DPI de forma na7va. La velocidad máxima de este sensor es de 5.54m / seg (215 IPS) y es considerado por el jugadores como el más preciso del mercado.
Mionix Naos 7000 cuenta con un nuevo método de calibración de la distancia de elevación (LiO Off Distance – LOD) que combinado con el análisis de la calidad de la superficie con la que se mueve el ratón, permite una « LOD » fiable para un seguimiento optimizado.
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Mionix Naos 7000, Mionix Adhesivo, Guia de inicio rapido
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If you're using user ratings to judge which mouse to buy, for god's sake pay attention to which model is actually being rated. I can't fathom why Amazon would combine reviews for the 3200, 8200, and 7000. It simply isn't fair to the product, as there are things wrong with the older products that have been fixed in the 7000. The 7000 is being hurt because the avg review score is being dragged down by the older models' flaws.
Positive points for all three models:
*The (identical) shape of all three models is absolutely amazing/wonderful. It feels molded to my hand.
*Clicking on all three is solid and satisfying, neither too sensitive nor too difficult.
*Excellent quasi-rubberized surface that strikes the perfect balance between grippy-ness and smoothness.
Regarding the sensors in the 3200 & 8200:
*Poor. Prone to random acceleration / pixel-skipping, making for imprecise pointing.
*My 8200 also tended to just wig out and go crazy every once in awhile, with the DPI dipping down to almost nothing for no apparent reason.
Regarding the sensor in the 7000:
*AWESOME. No pixel-skipping EVER (okay, well, maybe if you go up into the REALLY high DPI ranges like 5000, but I know no one who actually uses those settings). You're getting totally raw responsiveness. What your hand does is exactly what the pointer is going to do.
More great stuff about the 7000 specifically:
*Adjustable lift-off distance.
The only negative thing about the 7000 that I can think of:
*They removed the DPI indicator lights they had on the 8200. These are the only lights I used on the 8200, and I miss them a little, but not a big loss at all.
Overall: get the 7000. It's basically the perfect mouse in my book. The sensor is so much better than the 3200/5000/8200, it's just not a contest at all. Stay away from those, get the 7000.
if you are considering purchasing this mouse, I hope your hands are somewhat big. Other than that, i would try corsair/razor mice first.
Many people seems like they are having durability issue. I never had that.
I have big hands and this is the best mouse i have used so far.
My mouse experience:
Anker® 8000 DPI - was my 2nd favorite. But when i was using playing games for +6hrs daily, it was somehow flat that my right hand was in great pain.
Gigabyte GM-M6980 Pro-Laser Gaming Mouse - This was great too with few flaws. the rubber quickly got dirty/ started to falling apart. My hand was always wet with my sweat. Easy to accidentally click the middle buttons which cause dpi changing.
Twisted Gamer - Sinister Arch FPS/MMO Ergonomic Gaming Mouse - This was great for pretty good price. This one still rocks, just unpopular brand.
Deathdealer elite - Just bought it, im thinking this is pretty good too. Currently playing games with it. i'll see.
Planning on trying:
Corsair Raptor M45-5000 DPI
This mouse has the best ergonomics for a palm grip that I have ever used. Previously, I used a 2013 Razer Deathadder and was intrigued by the shape of this mouse. With the Deathadder, I noticed my ring finger would rest on my pinky while I was using it and was intrigued when I saw the mold of this mouse as the right side allows for my ring finger and pinky to very naturally separate and rest. To stress this point though, it is my opinion that you MUST use a palm grip (full hand resting on the mouse) to fully enjoy this mouse.
The build quality is outstanding. The scroll wheel has equal sound and resistance in either direction, the USB cable is braided and not frustratingly stiff, there are two browser buttons placed in a good spot near the thumb, and the mouse clicks carry some great weight. Material-wise, it is obviously a hard plastic with matte finish yet it is relatively soft to the touch and is very pleasing. The software is relatively easy to use and offers RGB customization (scroll wheel and logo) with a couple of lighting modes (breathing, blinking, etc.), allows for poll-rate customization, DPI customization, multiple profiles, and surface optimization.
I bought this for ~$45 and have seen it go for slightly lower and I would definitely buy it again. This is an area for debate, but there are also a 3200 and 8200 versions of this same mouse and in all honesty a vast majority of people will never use more than ~2000 DPI (on the high end). I game and browse a lot on a 1440p monitor and comfortably use around 900 DPI, my advice would be do not go for the 8000 DPI mouse and possibly get the 3200 DPI mouse as I do not believe there are any differences other than the DPI and icons on the DPI mode switches.
ALSO, something that drove me absolutely nuts for a month that was never explained in the instructions (or lack their of) was that in order to increase the speed of this mouse, you have to adjust the DPS sliders in the software. By default they are low and this mouse was horrifically slow, and increasing the pointer speed in windows settings didnt do much of anything; I had to adjust mine to 1150 DPI to make it reasonable. Also, you can change the DPI at anytime without the software open once you find your desired settings by bumping the up/down arrows above the scroll wheel to your 3 presets you make in the software (mine are 950, 1150, and 1500).