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Price, Onthefly DPI adjustment, Easy to use software, Scroll wheel gives very good grip, Comfortable, User can be either left or right handed thanks to ambidextrous design, 3 year warranty is a huge pro
Ambidextrous for lefties and righties, 2000DPI Laser engine is great for a budget mouse, $39.99 MSRP won't break the bank.
Ambidextrous design; suitable for small- and medium-sized hands.
Great scroll wheel, highly programmable, value priced.
Ambidextrous. Affordable. Instant sensitivity adjustments.
Comfy, ambidextrous shape; side buttons; glides flawlessly; laser sensor.
Cheap, Good Performance, Ambidextrous.
Button placement, Lack of interchangeable weights, No replacement mice feet bundled
A little too light for some users, Regular USB cord is heavier than Razer's cords, Not BlueTrack
Not enough customisable buttons; a little lightends.
Inferior side buttons, less resolution than more expensive mice.
No horizontal scrolling. Thumb button built for long thumbs.
Recessed side buttons hard to reach
By TechSpot on June 11, 2010
Microsoft SideWinder X3 Gaming...
By TweakNews on June 24, 2010
If you're looking for a cheap, basic mouse to either game with or use for the desktop then you should highly consider the Microsoft SideWinder X3 as it offers great value for money while maintaining some of the features found on more expensive mice....
By techcrunch.com on February 09, 2010
I feel I’ve been saying this a lot lately. It’s not a bad mouse, but when you can get a Death Adder, G500 for under the price of this thing, there’s really not much else to say. Those are simply much better mice. It might be a good...
By Expert Reviews on January 17, 2010
A decent replacement mouse for use on the desktop, but it's gaming features are rather lacklustre. There are many better gaming mice....
By Tom's Hardware UK on November 26, 2009
The SideWinder X3 is likely ideal for gamers who don't want to break the bank on their peripherals, but still want something programmable. Alternatively, the X3 is ideal if you're looking for a gaming mouse on...
By GamerWok on November 06, 2009
We’re big fans of gaming mice here at GamerWok. Not only because of their design, technology, and function, but also because any serious PC gamer won’t be caught dead using any old OEM mouse! However, the question we get constantly is how...
By Trusted Reviews on August 05, 2009
A mouse is undoubtedly the most important weapon in any PC-gamers arsenal. Whether youre playing a First Person Shooter (FPS) or Real Time Strategy game (RTS), your mouse is the difference between domination and defeat. If youre on a budget...
By Bityard on July 03, 2009
During my career in journalism, we have tested many mice. Our favorite one continues to be the Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer. It was one of the best to say the least until the Microsoft Explorer mouse with BlueTrack technology arrived. In this...
By TechCentral on July 02, 2009
Overall, I like the Sidewinder X3, although there are some qualifications to this. For one thing, I really would have liked an option to add a bit more weight to my mouse, as the X3 is a tad light for my liking. However, this is really a personal...
By Digital Trends on June 24, 2009
The X3 is a rock-solid value and it should appeal considerably to bargain...
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