Swedish company Mionix intros a new high-end competitor on the gaming mice market
Mionix, a company from Sweden founded and run by Peter Nygren, has crafted another high-end gaming mouse: the NAOS 8200. As you would expect, being a top-of-the line product, the NAOS 8200 is a well-balanced combination of ergonomics (which earned Mionix a few awards), remarkable components and feel.First of all, the exterior is covered with 4 layers of rubber to ensure maximum grip. Plugging it in a USB port will light up the LEDs. There are 16.8 million color options, so there's certainly one to fit your needs.
While on the topic of light effects, we might as well mention that the NAOS 8200 can stay lit up in a solid color, blink, pulsate or “breathe.” If you can't settle on just one color, there's a function that can shift through various chromatic options.
Inside the mouse, we find a 32bit Processor running at 72Mhz, 8200 DPI laser sensor and 128kb built-in memory. Users say that these specs will most certain help you have the ultimate gaming experience.
The feature list continues. There is an S.Q.A.T tool that comes with the package. The Surface Quality Analyzer Tool measures tracking quality of your gaming surface, so you will not lose the feel you got used to because you changed the mousepad.
In addition, you get 3-step DPI adjustment, 7 fully programmable buttons, and you can tune the device all the way up to 1000Hz and up to 1ms response time.
The 320g gear is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8 so there's not going to be any OS conflict.
The best part is yet to come: NAOS 8200 is completely Plug n Play so the software is used just for configuration.
Mionix is yet to publish the additional software on official website, but we'll keep you posted with updates.
The price suggested by Mionix is $89.99 / €89.99 / £89.99 / 899 SEK, depending on the region.