Mionix Naos 7000 and Avior 7000 Optical Gaming Mouse Review


Having spent the last week tinkering with and using both the Avior 7000 and the Naos 7000 I have to say that I am quite impressed with both of them. The Naos feels extremely ergonomic in my hand, and feels like like a mouse but an extension of my arm when gaming. I feel that this is highly important when using a gaming mouse, especially for those longer gaming sessions. The Avior isn’t quite as ergonomic but it definitely feels extremely comfortable in my hand.

The software that accompanies these devices is just as important as the mouse however, and Mionix has done a great job making sure that you are able to control every little detail of your mouse. Being able to adjust not only your DPI settings, but also your lift height, LED colors, and even setting macros are just small touches that make a huge difference.


The overall build quality of these Mionix mice is outstanding. Both the Avior and the Naos feel very ridged and sturdy. While they are made of plastic all around, they definitely don’t feel cheap and flimsy. The gliders on the base of the mice provide  nice, smooth fluid motions. If there was just one thing I could change about the physical design of the mice it would be to add the ability to add weights to make the mice a bit heavier.

Both the Avior and the Naos are priced at $79.99 in the US, which may seem a bit steep until you consider that the mouse is one of the most important parts of your gaming PC. You definitely don’t want to skimp out when it comes to your input devices.

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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…

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Both the Avior and Naos from Mionix are built to exceptional standards, they are accompanied by outstanding software, and should be near the top of your list when considering a new mouse.

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