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Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Gaming Mouse
Wired and wireless option.
100-6600 dpi.1,000Hz report rate.
Up to five different profiles.
High Res Laser Tracking.
Weight makes the mouse a little unwieldy.
Scroll wheel very resistant.
Wired cable tough to remove.
DPI changers not ideally placed.
By TechRadar on January 28, 2012
The Gigabyte Aivia M8600 is a wireless gaming mouse that has the admirable aim to ensure you never run out of power. Wireless mice are great, because we don't have to worry about trailing wires across our desks, and they generally give us a lot more...80
By Overclock3D on November 15, 2011
The Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Mouse has a lot going for it, but similarly to it's K8100 brethren, there are a few little quirks that stop it from achieving true greatness.The packaging is fantastic. Not only is it a very rare thing to find...80
By eTeknix on November 09, 2011
wpcol_1half id="" class="" style=""]Back towards the start of the year, we took a look at Gigabytes Aivia Gaming Keyboard which took us by surprise as to how well it performed in comparison to its other rivals on the market. Gigabyte have now paired up...-
By Vortez on October 02, 2011
When the GIGABYTE Aivia M8600 Macro Gaming mouse landed on the office desk, I was impressed by the packaging which left no stone unturned. Spare battery check, Spare feet check, robust box check, in fact this is the one area where I...-
By Atomic MPC on August 15, 2011
Close, but no...62
By PC Authority on August 15, 2011
You know, no one's still managed to release a hybrid wireless gaming mouse that's as elegant as Microsoft's last Sidewinder. Everything since then that tries to combine wireless ease of use with a back-up wired solution has made the cardinal...50
By LanOC Reviews on July 08, 2011
Gigabyte has designed the Aivia with a lot of great ideas, but in execution they seem to lack a bit of the polish you'd expect to see from a package that MSRP's over the $100 mark. There are several hot fixes that can be applied to the software,...60
By PC Mag on May 31, 2011
While the Gigabyte Aivia M8600 gaming mouse offers customization and all the bells and whistles to keep an avid gamer happy, its heavy design makes it difficult to wield....60
By Ninjalane on May 27, 2011
The Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Gaming Mouse is absolutely riddled with features. During testing I found the responsiveness the best I have ever experienced. This is the first mouse I had to dial down from max resolution for gaming. The software is...-
By Motherboards.org on May 05, 2011
Aivia (Advanced, Intuitive, and Versatile Interface Archetype) is a new product series from Gigabyte that is completely dedicated to launching the latest mouse and keyboard innovations. They are determined to make amazing products with...-