Mionix Naos 3200

  • Mionix Naos 3200
84
Based on 22 scores, 36 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    10
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Plug and Play.
  • High Quality Construction.
  • Comfortable.

Cons:

  • LED sensor.
  • Slightly higher price point than other gaming mice.

Expert reviews and ratings

By pcgameware.co.uk on 90

The Mionix Naos 3200 mouse at £38 represents pretty good value for money, although there were some things I felt could have been improved. The mouse has a solid design and build and I really like its sleek black looks. It feels very soft and is...

By Overclockers Online on

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 90

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 88

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 and...

By OCModShop on 80

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

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 didn’t exactly pay off this time. The NAOS 3200 had the potential to be an...

By OverClock Intelligence Agency on

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 FutureLooks on 80

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 Rbmods.com on

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 Phoronix on

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 LanOC Reviews on 60

The comfort of the mouse is almost unsurpassed. The fact that you can reprogram mouse1 is amazing. Lack of profiling and the limit on the macros is a grave disappointment. Personally I’d risk bad packaging and go with a better mouse, even if I was...

By Hardware Secrets on

Strong PointsRecommended for users that don't bother with much featuresTruly comfortable and ergonomic designCloth-wrapped cord is a nice finishing touchGreat configuration softwareWeak PointsResolution only goes as high as 3200 dpiUser can't create...

By TechRadar on 80

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 settings,...

By Top Review Shop on 90

While Mionix isn’t the largest peripherals player in the business, the Swedish based company has been churning out some solid gaming mice, mouse pads and headsets over the past 12 months. We’ve taken a look at their Saiph 3200, the Alioth 400 and most...

By Overclockers Club on

Looking back at the specifications and the intent of the mouse, you are going to be quite happy with what Mionix has come up with. As this mouse is a step down from the Naos 5000, you are not going to be able to get the same DPI settings. They are...

By XSReviews on 90

When I first started using the Naos 3200 I didn't think I'd use the feature that allows you to change the DPI settings on-the-fly but after actually experimenting with it I found it quite useful, even if the buttons set as default got accidentally...

By DragonSteelMods on

Mionix is not the biggest name in gaming peripherals but they are makers of some of the best mice on the market. The Mionix Naos 3200 is their mid range gaming mouse entry which offers plenty of buttons and features for the price. It is a performance...

By APH Networks on 69

Last Monday, when I arrived at home and decided to check my mail, I was quite surprised to see a large FedEx package at my front door. At first, I could not remember what this package was for, nor could not recall from memory which company uses FedEx...

By Pureoverclock on

Mionix is looking to build upon its initial success of the Naos 5000 with the mainstream-oriented Naos 3200, offering streamlined versions of the perks and features of the original while making it more affordable to consumers. Mionix has not been...

By Tech-Reviews UK on 80

The Mionix Naos 3200 is a good choice as a mid-range gaming mouse. It offers enough buttons for most users and can be customized heavily within the software. Moreover, the 3200 DPI sensor and rubber grip coating contributes to the accuracy and precise...