Thursday, May 27th 2010

Mionix Releases Naos 3200 Gaming Mouse with LED-Optical Sensor

Mionix, the Swedish manufacturer of professional high-end gaming accessories today
unveiled the Mionix Naos 3200, an ergonomically designed LED-optical gaming mouse with unique features and many customization options.

"With Mionix Naos 3200 we wanted to create a high performance mouse with outstanding ergonomics at an affordable price. The Mionix Naos 3200 constitutes an important part of our product-range and is our first gaming mouse with an LED-optical sensor technology which is very popular among fps-players”, says Carl Conradsson, Mionix.

The shape of the Mionix Naos 3200 is based on the same unique ergonomic concept and build-quality as Mionix Naos 5000. Equipped with only carefully selected high-end components and paired up with reliable LED-optical sensor technology, the Mionix Naos 3200 offers great accuracy and long term durability. The integrated LEDs supports extensive color options and can be configured from the software among other functions such as adjustable polling rate, dpi sensitivity, macros and many more.

Features:
  • Plug n Play - Completely Plug n Play, software needed only for configuration
  • 3200 dpi LED - optical sensor - Reliable and accurate LED-optical sensor technology
  • Built-in memory - Bring your settings and recorded macros with you
  • Customizable LED light system - Personalize your mouse with your favourite color
  • 3 steps customizable dpi in-game adjustment - Set 3 dpi values and switch easily between them in-game
  • 7 programmable buttons - The buttons can be assigned to any key, mouse command or macro
  • Adjustable polling rate - Tune it all the way up to 1000Hz through the software
Availability and Pricing
Mionix Naos 3200 will be available in July 2010
Suggested retail price: 54,99 €
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9 Comments on Mionix Releases Naos 3200 Gaming Mouse with LED-Optical Sensor

#1
Wshlist
Wait, they are now starting to call a normal LED sensor setup a special feature? Amusing that.
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#3
TheLaughingMan
Wow, a cost effective version of the Naos 5000 I posted about back in March, I am definitely interested.

I am sure I get the same software system as the 5000.
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#4
Athlonite
errr was it designed by MS coz it looks exactly like my MS laser mouse 6000 v2.0
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#5
rekekjeks
For the love of God! Why can't the mouse manufacturers place those damn DPI buttons somewhere more convenient?

Have any of you tried the QPad 5K?
That's the stupidest thing I've ever seen. I mean, I love the mouse, but those DPI buttons :banghead:
I rarely use them, but why didn't they use ONE instead of TWO buttons? After all the mouse just have two steps of DPI. Gosh!

I have exorcised the demons... my mind is clear.
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#6
caleb
Designed in Sweden
Made In China
Just like Volvo :)

Its nice to have a G9 :D
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#7
-1nf1n1ty-
think I'd just end up getting another deathadder
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#8
Aleksander
Looks like the design is very interesting
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#9
TheLaughingMan
by: rekekjeks
For the love of God! Why can't the mouse manufacturers place those damn DPI buttons somewhere more convenient?

Have any of you tried the QPad 5K?
That's the stupidest thing I've ever seen. I mean, I love the mouse, but those DPI buttons :banghead:
I rarely use them, but why didn't they use ONE instead of TWO buttons? After all the mouse just have two steps of DPI. Gosh!

I have exorcised the demons... my mind is clear.
All the buttons are programmable. You can make the DPI button whatever you want on the mouse.

And if you really want a dedicated button for DPI that is convenient, look into the Logitech G500
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