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Mionix Naos 5000
The Mionix Naos 5000 features up and down DPI selection buttons and left side thumb buttons. The scroll wheel has a grippy rubber surface, nice tactical feel and is easy to depress. The edges of the scroll wheel light up as part of the customizable lighting system. In addition to the two thumb buttons on the left side, there are also three lights that indicate which DPI profile you are using.
Performs very well.
Lots of customization options.
Sleek and stylish.
Outstanding tracking performance.
Adjustable weight system.
Ability to save 5 profiles to the mouse.
Simple user interface.
Plug and play.
Right button is loose.
Extra weights could work better.
Right handed only.
By TechSpot on June 11, 2010
Mionix NAOS 5000 Gaming...-
By Gamers Daily News on January 11, 2012
One thing is certain across the board for all gamers when choosing peripherals; the importance of the comfort factor. If a device is not comfortable, then it will not last. Remember the placement of the black and white buttons on the original Xbox...65
By Atomic MPC on June 10, 2011
Well made, but difficult to...74
By PC Authority on June 10, 2011
There's something about game peripheral makers from Sweden. You can pick up a mouse made by SteelSeries, and know just from how it feels and sits in your hand that this is made someone in a liberal Northern European democracy. We're not sure...50
By bjorn3d.com on September 29, 2010
The Mionix NAOS 5000 is an excellent gaming mouse. It is by far the most comfortable mouse we have used in a long time. It might take a day or two to get used to, but after that, it is an excellent mouse. It comes loaded with features and a software...90
By Real World Labs on September 12, 2010
When testing the markets best mouse units it is very hard to come to a conclusion about which one is the best one of the bunch especially since the best for me and the other guys might as well be the worst for you. That was mainly the...-
By NotebookCheck on September 11, 2010
The Mionix NAOS 5000 is a high-end gaming mouse that performed convincingly in our review. The material, finish and particularly the ergonomics are very good and few mice in this corner of the market can keep up with the NAOS 5000. Subjectively, using...-
By Expert Reviews on June 21, 2010
Probably the most expensive gaming mouse we've seen, the design and specs are impressive, but we can't see most gamers getting their money's worth....80
By Benchmark Reviews on June 10, 2010
The DPI on this mouse is able to be changed, with a DPI ranging from 90 to 5040. On-the-fly DPI switching is also included, with two buttons placed on the mouse to accomplish this. The polling rates are also able to be changed. The Naos 5000 contains...88
By Top Review Shop on May 03, 2010
Mionix is a relatively new company in the gaming peripherals market, at least compared to other more established companies like Razer, Steelseries and the like. Nonetheless, Mionix has turned quite a few heads with their initial product releases such...80