I've been using Mionix mice for years now, because being a regular person, and not a pro gamer, I value ergonomics over performance. But what happens when Mionix get around to making a mouse that feels as good as it works? You get the Naos 7000. Which is an awesome gaming mouse.
On the outside, it looks exactly the same as the company's last few flagship mice. Even feels (mostly) the same. Indeed, if it wasn't for the removal of DPI LED lights on the side, I couldn't tell the difference between the three.
There's the same top-shelf ergonomics, which makes the mouse comfortable to use all day long. There's the same soft-rubber, matte finish which provides fantastic grip and feels expensive. And, best of all, there's the same restraint in terms of design, with only a small Mionix logo at the base and a light under the mousewheel breaking from the solid, stealth-black appearance.