One of the hardest decisions to make when you’re a PC gamer is deciding what kind of mouse you want to use. It’s certainly a tough choice to make, and with good cause. The wrong mouse can be the difference in an excellent gaming experience and a horrible one. Today we’re going to be taking a look at two of the offerings available to you in the gaming mouse world. We’re looking at the Naos 7000 and the Avior 7000. These are two of the latest offerings from the Swedish peripheral maker, Mionix.
Both the Naos 7000 and Avior 7000 are optical gaming mice that track all the way up to 7000 DPI, which is due to the ADNS-3310 gaming sensor equipped inside. All seven of the buttons on the Naos 7000 are fully programmable and customizable to suit your needs. The Naos 7000 is a right handed palm grip style mouse that has support for all 5 fingers to rest comfortably on the mouse. As for the Avior 7000, it feature 9 buttons, that are fully programmable as well. The Avior 7000 is an ambidextrous mouse that’s designed for either claw or palm gripping.
With an MSRP of $79.99 in the US for the Naos 7000 as well as the Avior 7000, you would be expecting there to be some sort of warranty on it to cover anything that could happen. However, the Mionix warranty only covers the mouse for manufacturing defects. So should your LED in your mouse just mysteriously go out, it looks like you’re left in the dark (no pun intended).
We have the Avior 7000 specs on the left and the Naos 7000 listed on the right. As you can see they are very similar. They both run on the same sensor, so it makes sense that they would be spec’d virtually the same.