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Simple nofrills mouse.
Ability to turn the LEDís off.
Available in white and black versions.
Easy to Use Software.
Very Good Precision.
Excellent Feeling Scroll Wheel With Smooth Response.
Other mice with more options available for the same price.
Low DPI settings.
The white version can get dirty easily.
Not that heavy for a gaming mouse.
Feels Sluggish Even at 1600 dpi.
Buttons Awkwardly Placed.
Requires Simultaneous Button and Scroll for OnTheFly dpi Adjustment.
Build Quality Does Not Feel Sturdy.
High Price to Features and Performance.
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on November 01, 2011
Three years ago NZXT launched the original Avatar gaming mouse and we liked it. Six months later they improved upon the design and we liked it. Now they've released the next generation Avatar S and guess what? Yup, we like it. Updated with a more...-
By APH Networks on October 03, 2011
Stereotypes can be quite hilarious. Whether we like it or not, we tend to know a few of these racial tendencies for every race out there. Heck, it doesn't even need to be a race. I can say the phrase, "old married couple", and a small list in your...57
By BCCHardware on September 25, 2011
Overall, the NZXT Avatar S Laser gaming USB mouse did great. It tracked excellently on all surfaces I tried it on. It works well for left and right handed people. The software for it is simple to use and not confusing. The Avatar S does not have a...88
By Pureoverclock on September 23, 2011
The Avatar S is NZXT's latest foray into the extremely competitve gaming mouse market, traditionally dominated by only a few companies. A tall order, to be sure for NZXT, but the Avatar S was a pleasant surprise for its price. The Avatar S features...-
By ThinkComputers on September 20, 2011
NZXT has come out with another gaming mouse and it does the job. If you are looking for a no-frills gaming-grade mouse that is just that a mouse then this is the perfect mouse for you. I found it to be a great mouse for shooters and simple games...80
By Hi Tech Legion on September 16, 2011
There are a lot of gaming mice on the market these days, and even the biggest names in gaming devices are coming in with solid products in the ~$40 range. NZXT has long been respected as a manufacturer of peripherals of the highest quality, but the...-
By 3dGameMan on September 07, 2011
Video Review: The NZXT Avatar S Gaming Mouse comes with a 1600DPI laser sensor, tracking speed of 30 inches per second, acceleration up to 20G, onboard memory, Teflon feet, 5 programmable buttons, LEDs, available in two colors and looks amazing....-
By FiringSquad on August 06, 2011
When you think about gaming mice, what brands come to mind? Razer? Microsoft? Logitech? Those are the big boys, but in the past few years weve been seeing other hardware companies branching out, such as ThermalTake and Cooler Master. In this...-
By Kitguru.net on July 27, 2011
Back in 2008, NZXT released the Avatar gaming mouse featuring an ambidextrous design. As with all of NZXT’s PC accessories, ‘Avatar’ was designed to provide gamers with an advantage over their competitors. Move forward to summer of...70
By Vortez on July 24, 2011
What can we say about the new Avatar S? Well it certainly ticks all the right boxes in terms of style. NZXT give gamers the option of black or white, the white variant we have looked at today has distinct looks that set it apart from all the standard...-