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Two different high performance surfaces.
Base design is very good.
Perfect glide and control.
Compatible with most mice
Features really do let you focus on your game.
DPI/Sensitivity/Angle Snapping/Button Assignments/LEDs all customizable.
Has a sense of style great design throughout.
Small hands wont reach all buttons.
Scratches show easily.
Can be noisy when dirty.
Palm grip only.
Palms/mouse will get sweaty.
Macro editor needs to be little more powerful.
By Hardware Canucks on June 14, 2013
FUNCs firs touting into the gaming mouse market clearly shows their dedication to providing enthusiasts with a well-rounded product. The MS-3 may not be unique in its ergonomics, features, specifications or even software, but the sum is greater...-
By MadShrimps on April 30, 2013
After testing the MS-3 mouse in multiple applications and games, we can say that its special design is quite comfortable during multiple hours of use; because of its ergonomic body, we won’t hold back and recommend it even for office usage...-
By Modders-Inc on April 16, 2013
Does the new shape take some time to get used to; I would say yes. Your hand memory of how a standard mouse feels gets all whacked out when you first grab the MS-3 mouse. After using it for a while you start to get use to the new feeling and begin to...-
By Rbmods.com on April 06, 2013
This is an excellent mouse that sells for around 80$ in the states, I think the pricetag is a tad to steep. Overall though this is a very nice mouse with excellent performance, nice features and tons of buttons. You need a big hand or longer finger...-
By Hardware Secrets on April 03, 2013
Users with big hands will love the MS-3. It is very comfortable because it supports the whole hand, and the weight is so well-distributed that it doesn’t need a weight adjustment system. Buttons are well-located around the thumb area. Func struck...-
By techPowerUp! on March 28, 2013
Func's 1030 series mouse mats are still among the very best, and the new 1030XL is the best one yet. It is all black and has an updated base with upgraded ergonomics. The basic design is still swept so that the surface follows the movement pattern...88
By TweakTown on March 16, 2013
At first I was having some isolated issues with the MS-3, but I did eventually resolve them. I left the mouse with all of its default settings intact aside from customizing the LEDs and changing the DPI. In games where I was spraying bullets like...94
By Bit-tech.net on March 13, 2013
inc VAT) (ex Tax)We've not seen a Func product before, but the company was actually founded in 1999. It went through something of a refresh late last year, however, marking the occasion with a new range of peripherals and accessories. The MS-3...86
By Benchmark Reviews on March 11, 2013
They got it right. It isn't perfect, and won't be for claw or fingertip grip users, but the MS-3 is a well-constructed device with a focus on giving you an advantage in-game. It does that quite well - better than most, I'd say. The MS-3 is a...92
By 3dGameMan on March 11, 2013
Video Review: The Func MS-3 Gaming Mouse looks great, is comfortable to hold, comes with customizable buttons & LEDs using included software, excellent Avago ADNS 9500 laser sensor & great Omron switches. The 1030 gaming mousepads are well made,...-