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Originally, when I first heard of the SteelSeries Kinzu, I was speculative as to its effectiveness as a gaming mouse since I personally know how difficult it must be to surpass its predecessor (the SteelSeries Sensei). I was blown away by how wrong I was however. The Kinzu gaming mouse is indeed just as powerful, if not better performing, compared to the Sensei.
2 onboard memory profiles are available while you can choose to install plenty of others upon the acquisition of a software on your PC. Both sides of the mouse are equipped with a rubbery surface so that sweaty hands can still grip it well enough to perform at the optimal level. I bought it off Amazon, almost on a whim, simply because it’s just so cheap. At the time of my purchase, this gaming mouse only cost $30, which was about twice as cheap as the Razer DeathAdder that I currently also use for some of my other games. For what you’re paying, the specs and materials that comprise the mouse are just fantastic.
As impressive as all these might be however, the first impression that I got out of the Naga Epic was rather abysmal. It’s certainly not in my books as the best gaming mouse, despite what many other reviews and forumites have suggested, where tons of razer and logitech mice are reviewed. Because I’ve always been a loyal fan of Logitech’s mice, I was rather biased with my initial review of the Naga and I felt it was too clunky. Nonetheless, I knew that this was almost the case as with any other products that are completely new to me. You have to get used to the clunkiness of the gaming mouse, that’s for sure. Even after removing the grips that are attachable to the sides of the mouse, it is still huge. Even then, I felt that the 2 additional buttons that are located right next to the index finger are very awkwardly located and I seldom, if ever, use them at all. The only saving grace that the Razer Naga gaming mouse had was the fact that it had a 12 button panel along the left side of its body which was extremely helpful when I was into MMOs a couple of years back. If you ever need a highly versatile, yet customizable mouse, I’d recommend that you check out Logitech’s gaming mice instead since they really do provide better ergonomics and functionalities for all of their mouse products. I found this source useful when researching on the best wireless gaming mouse.
This was a pretty prominent issue back in the old DeathAdder days where repetitive mouse clicks will cause the button to be “stuck” or cause it to send double commands upon a single mouse click. I’m still skeptical but as of now, there doesn’t seem to be a similar issue here. I guess we’ll have to wait and see if Anker’s gaming mouse really proves to be as powerful as it seems to be at the moment.