Mionix Naos 5000 High Performance Gaming Mouse Review

👤by Simon Green 11 Comments 📅01-02-10
Introduction
Product on Review: Mionix Naos 5000 High Performance Gaming Mouse
Manufacturer and Sponsor: Mionix
MSRP: £64.99
Street Price: £59.99



Mionix announced the release of the latest addition to their High Performance Gaming Mouse range just a few weeks ago and it is with great pleasure we bring you the Mionix Naos 5000. Mionix only entered the market in 2007, and have already received wide acclaim for their high quality gaming peripherals. The Naos 5000 is aimed squarely at the top end of the gaming mouse market and is a bold step forward.

Here's what Swedish company Mionix have to say about the Naos 5000:

Ergonomically designed and stuffed with new and innovative features, Mionix Naos 5000 not only stands out from the crowd, it sets new standards when it comes to comfort, tracking capacity and customization options.

"When we started this project our goal was to create a fully adjustable and innovative gaming mouse with unique features. It has been very challenging and we put in a lot of effort to archieve our goals. Mionix Naos 5000 is a big step forward to become one of the world's leading manufacturer of gaming accessories with a wide range of gaming products that gamers can identify themselves with. We are very proud to be the first Swedish manufacturer of gaming accessories to develop a gaming mouse”, says Carl Conradsson, Mionix.




"A passioned hunt for perfection has come to an end. Mionix Naos 5000 has seen its first light of day. Get ready to meet a gaming mouse with an incredible ergonomic comfort and stunning technology that offers an outstanding gaming experience. Mionix Naos 5000 features a new innovative weight tuning system for an optimal weight distribution of the mouse, carefully selected high-end components and leading laser technology. Stunning features such as adjustable lift-distance, 5 onboard profiles, extensive macro settings and customizable LED-lights give you the opportunity to customize the mouse exactly to your liking."


We have previously reviewed the Mionix Saiph 1800 Gaming Mouse and gave it high praise.

So how does the Naos 5000 differ? Read on to find out.
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