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Plug and Play.
High Quality Construction.
Works on multiple surfaces well at the higher DPI settings.
Great tracking performance.
Slightly higher price point than other gaming mice.
Right-hand only design.
May be too big for small hands.
DPI goes to 3200 max.
Limited customizability with the 2 built in LEDs.
Does not come with as many accessories or software features that Naos 5000 does.
By Overclockers Online on February 01, 2011
I plugged in the Naos 3200, loaded up the software, and fired up a few games. After completing Darksiders and finishing off a decent chunk of Dead Rising 2, I came to realize how easily the mouse became a part of me. Button clicking was a cinch as I...
By Bit-tech.net on January 24, 2011
inc VAT) (ex TAX)The last Mionix mouse we looked at, the , picked up a recommended award thanks to its responsiveness and palm-hugging grip, which made it very comfortable to use. The Naos 3200 is £20 cheaper at £40, but still boasts similar...
By Benchmark Reviews on January 16, 2011
The Naos 3200 isn't the greatest mouse ever made, but it does the job of a great gaming mouse without emptying your wallet. It comes equipped with a very similar shell to the Naos 5000, so it still feels great, but it is still missing a few bells...
By OCModShop on December 03, 2010
Most people interested in a high DPI gaming mouse like this are FPS gamers, and these people will use the default settings of the mouse, and for that it works great. The mouse is smooth and fluid, and the sensor tracks on just about anything,...
By Hardware Canucks on December 02, 2010
The peripheral market truly is a dog eat dog world and Mionix waded into it feet first. As you can imagine, this was a massive risk on their part and in our opinion it didnt exactly pay off this time. The NAOS 3200 had the potential to be an...
By FutureLooks on November 18, 2010
Good mice are a dime a dozen. But, good performance gaming mice are in fact not as cheap and tend to boast features you’re not going to find on the latter. A good case and point would be the quality and features of the Mionix NAOS 3200. It offers...
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on November 18, 2010
Despite the fact that I've not heard of nor seen any Mionix products for sale before here in the US, I was impressed with the function and quality of the Naos 3200. Upon first inspection, the packaging and product are very Razer-esque, offering a...
By Phoronix on November 09, 2010
The Mionix Naos 3200 mouse has a very nice five-finger right-handed ergonomic design to it, but it is not a very different ergonomic design from similarly designed products by Logitech and others. The dimensions of this gaming mouse are 130 x 84 x 38...
By Rbmods.com on November 09, 2010
This is a excellent mouse, both for gaming and normal daily usage, they have removed the rubber pad that the Saiph 3200 had which makes the mouse more comfortable and you get a better feel when using it. The material is great and its ergonomiclly...
By TechRadar on November 01, 2010
The first gaming rodent we saw come scuttling out of Mionix's Swedish workshop was the Naos 5000, and a lovely little thing it was too.It came with all the headline-grabbing numbers you could want from a gaming mouse, with lightning-fast DPI...
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