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Zalman FPS Gun FG1000
Up to 2000 DPI Sensitivity, Three PreSet on the fly DPI Adjustment, Gold Plated USB Connector, Good button placement, Lightweight, Nothing like pulling a trigger in sniper mode and watching your enemy drop to their knees.
Good Tracking/Accuracy, Button Customization, Quick DPI change, Comfortable, Fun
Unique looking, Lightweight, Performs well, Five programmable buttons, Adjustable DPI with illuminated scroll wheel.
Increased horizontal accuracy seemed to help in shooters. Multiple profiles and mousewheel placed in unique location by thumb.
Handle could be an inch taller, Large playing surface needed
Not for hardcore gaming, Not a big boost to gameplay
Takes time to get used to, Not ideal for everyday PC applications, Expensive
Too small for most people to use. Gain horizontal control at the expense of vertical movement. Poor documentation.
By The Inquirer on January 05, 2009
Zalman FPSGun from the back The FPSGun itself is a mouse made for FPS gaming, and it actually does that quite well. The raw specs on it are exactly what a hardcore gamer likes to see, 2000DPI tracking, 1000Hz polling rate, and light enough to fling...-
By PCFlip on September 20, 2008
Now with all that out of the way, lets get down to what you really want to know and that is how this mouse fairs when gaming and in other standard applications. For two weeks of daily game play and general usage so that we would be properly adjusted...80
By Hardware Secrets on June 25, 2008
FPS, or first person shooter, is the most popular genre of PC games. No console controller has surpassed the mouse as the weapon of choice among FPS enthusiasts. Zalman, a company known as a maker of coolers, is trying to woo FPS players with a gun...-
By BCCHardware on May 13, 2008
While this Gun isnt something you want to protect yourself with, it certainly can kill pixels. Good accuracy, tracking, and comfort make it an excellent addition to your arsenal. While perhaps not for the extreme gamer, given the right...-
By Virtual-Hideout on April 08, 2008
Okay, lets admit it: The FPSGun looks tacky and gimmicky. But it performs well and definitely surprised me with its functionality. For the most part, its designed well, especially for a device that could have been much, much worse. For hardcore FPS...-
By iXBT Labs on April 01, 2008
On the whole, this mouse is interesting and quite usable. That is, its a worthy product for your computer. It can be used for games and other applications. I have a feeling that its a touchstone. If users like it (which is hard to guess), they can...-
By TweakNews on March 26, 2008
This product combines some the best features of gaming mice with a trigger attachment to give a new and unique experience to FPS games. I have to admit, using a trigger instead of a mouse button is a lot of fun and making the transition was not as...-
By Pocket-lint on February 29, 2008
Truth is there are much better PC gaming input devices out...50
By Bit-tech.net on February 27, 2008
Gaming mice are probably the most important peripheral hardcore gamers can invest in, so cost is not usually an issue if the gains are noticeable. What Zalman is asking you to do though is to buy into an idea, a concept one that may or may not...50
By PC Pro on February 14, 2008
Zalman's first foray into peripherals is a gaming mouse with a difference. Gripping the rear pillar like a joystick, your index finger rests on what would be the left button in a conventional mouse. Plug it in and, in achingly teenage fashion, the...67