Mionix made a name for itself with the NAOS design which was first launched in 2010. A couple weeks ago, we had the pleasure of reviewing the revamped NAOS featuring Avago's latest and greatest sensor technology and will now take a good and hard look at Mionix's first ambidextrous high-end gaming mouse. It is dubbed the AVIOR and features the same Avago ADNS-9800 laser sensor as the NAOS 8200.
The similarities under the hood are many, but grip and ergonomics have been altered a lot. The AVIOR works for both right- and left-handed people and is meant to be used with a palm-type grip.
The newest Mionix mouse costs $89, which is as much as the NAOS.
- 32bit ARM processor 72mhz
- Ambidextrous design, palm or claw grip
- Grip-friendly rubber coating
- 9 fully programmable buttons
- 3 step in-game DPI adjustment
- 2 integrated LEDs in 2 color zones
- Up to 16.8 Million LED color options
- Lighting effects: color shift, solid, blinking, pulsating, and breathing
- 128 kb built-in memory
- Large PTFE mouse feet
- Gold-plated, full-speed USB 2.0 connection with plug and play
- 2m long braided cable
- 8200 DPI gaming laser sensor
- Maximum tracking speed: 3.8 m/sec (150 ips)
- Maximum acceleration: 30g
- Data format: 16-bit for both sensor and USB
- Adjustable to 1ms response time
- Up to 12000 fps
- 10.8 megapixel per second image-processing power