“The peripheral gaming market is competitive and crowded, but Swedish company Mionix claims the Naos 5000 to be exceptionally comfortable, bore out by a rather unique ergonomic design from what we’ve seen. The features and specifications for the Naos are impressive, but we’ve seen many products make big claims on paper, only to find they couldn’t live up to the hype when put to task. Can the Naos impress or will it add to the pile of gaming peripheral wannabees? Let’s find out.”
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The latest Mionix mouse is aiming for a different target than most, instead of looking for incredibly high DPI, the Naos 5000 is designed with comfort of use as the top priority. The sensitivity is still top notch with a 5040 dpi laser sensor, what stands out is the wing on the mouse. It is wide enough and specifically contoured to support your ring and pinkie fingers instead of leaving them dangling. There are thumb buttons and changeable weights for the gamers but office workers might want to think about the mouse as well. Drop by Pure Overclock for a look at the mouse and the software available for it.