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High performance mouse can work left handed or right handed.
Gaming Skill Improvement.
On The Fly Switchable DPI Settings.
Buttons Feel Solid.
Precise, Smooth Movement.
Software feels generic and needs to be refined.
Not for the overly thrifty.
Not the Best for Large Handed Users.
Side Buttons Could Be A Little Less Sensitive.
Lacks fine tuning DPI adjustments.
Advanced programmable features work only with Windows XP/Vista.
Placement of extra buttons may be inconvenient for some users.
Ambidextrous design is not as comfortable as "right only" mice.
Cant fine tune sensitivity in game.
By Bjorn3D on June 11, 2010
In all, we genuinely like NZXT’s Avatar. It performed well, it’s comfortable to use, it looks great, and it has all the features gamers look for in a mouse. Left handed users now have a real alternative to Razer’s left handed...88
By LanOC Reviews on March 23, 2010
As I'm sure you can see with my long winded write-up on the Avatars packaging, I was extremely impressed, if not suspicious. With everything about the Avatar looking suspiciously like a Razer product, I was expecting only but the best in performance...60
By Neoseeker on December 03, 2009
NZXT brings a huge array of technology to PC gamers: they are probably best known for cases that fit consumer niches from the value segment, into some of the higher end levels as well. Today we take a look at a tangent venture made by the company to...-
By 3dGameMan on November 03, 2009
Video Review: The NZXT Avatar Gaming Mouse has a 2600 DPI Optical Sensor with up to 15G acceleration accuracy. The Max Speed is 40 Inches/Second, Max Frame Rate is 6469 Frames/Second, Resolution is 650-2600 DPI and the Image Processing is 5.8 Mega...-
By TechNewsHW on September 08, 2009
The NZXT Avatar gaming mouse proved to be just that both in comfort and performance. As mentioned during the course of the review being an ambidextrous mouse opens this product to a market of Southpaws. On many forums the fact that gaming mice are...-
By Fudzilla on August 06, 2009
The Avatar is a NZXT's attempt to enter the gaming peripheral market, and as far as we are concerned it's a rather good product. With its sleek, elegant look, precise 2600 DPI sensor and that soft blue LED backlight, the Avatar is one of the...-
By OCModShop on July 15, 2009
Overall the NZXT Avatar 2600dpi gaming mouse offers a lot of value and performs very well. However, there are a few subtle items that you need to be aware of when considering this mouse. For one, this mouse has a very different feel since it has a...80
By Icrontic on July 15, 2009
In sum, the NZXT Avatar is a solid mouse. It eschews a front-back rocker on the thumb side that could have allowed another configurable button in the place of the forward button on the right side. It has some awkwardly-placed buttons directly behind...-
By TechwareLabs on June 30, 2009
If I sound a little hard on the Avatar, it’s intended as constructive criticism for NZXT’s next product – there’s a lot here to like and I want the next one to be even better. The Avatar is simple to set up, simple to use,...-
By Vortez on May 23, 2009
NZXT’s first attempt at making a gaming mouse is quite a success. The overall look, the features, the performance and the design rival those of the more popular mice sold on the market. Given its 2600dpi infrared sensor and low profile, the Avatar...-