Mionix Naos 5000 Gaming Mouse Review

10 Responses

  1. El_Member says:

    Looks like a great mouse, mine is 5 years old and I think it’s finally time to upgrade.

  2. Leon Hyman says:

    It really is a nice mouse. I enjoyed reviewing it.

  3. El_Member says:

    I have ordered mine already and it’ll be here maybe today or tomorrow. Can’t wait 😀

  4. Leon Hyman says:

    Great! Be sure to let us know how you like it. :)

  5. El_Member says:

    This is a bit late but I got my mouse and I have been using it for more than two weeks.

    This is the best mouse I have ever had, it fits very well in your hand, very accurate and offers many features.

    My only con about it (which when I contacted Mionix they said they’re working on it) is the driver, i.e; no support for Windows 64 bit.

    Tried it on a different OS supporting 32 bit and it works like a charm.

  6. Leon Hyman says:

    I had no problems running it on Windows 7 x64 (64-bit). I’m not sure what could have really caused your issues.

  7. El_Member says:

    Yes! Now the drivers are working on Win x64. Some random Windows update fixed the issue.

    I’m having a total blast with this mouse.

  8. Leon Hyman says:

    Good to know you like it. I’m just glad that my review could have helped you to make your decision. =)

    Hope to see you soon in the forum.

  9. What killed the Dinosaurs? says:


    Razer Quality sucks, but still Great mice they do. That’s not the theme I just had to say it eventhough it’s well known. Mionix beats Razer in anyway except for the fact that razer has two of the best gaming mice ever (in my opinion and at least when it’s about the first mouse I’m about to tell you, also in the opinion of tons of other people) which would be the Deathadder2013, which is a great mouse. Precise and great for fps. The other would be the Imperator, but the Imperator has a huge lack in quality since mine broke very fast and the sensor isn’t that precise, but it still is a great thing for most games. For me it’s like the alround mouse. If it goes to mmorpg I guess I would also pick a Razer product which would be the Razer Naga, but I’ve never tested it, since I’m also very very happy with the Anker 8,2k DPI (which are definitly way too much) mouse. But the shape is great for big hands and the keys are easy to press and with that you have 4-5 makro keys on your mouse which isn’t bad, but mice like the Razer Naga come with more.

  10. Maria Clabo says:

    A further issue is that video gaming became one of the all-time biggest forms of entertainment for people of various age groups. Kids have fun with video games, plus adults do, too. The actual XBox 360 is among the favorite gaming systems for folks who love to have a lot of activities available to them, and who like to play live with other people all over the world. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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