The software for the Mionix Saiph, is nice and clean, and easy to navigate. On the first tab you can map different keys to the different mouse buttons, with a set list of certain keys. It’s a shame you can’t decide which ones you want to change them to, beyond the set list. You also can’t adjust the left click button, but why would you?
Adjusting the double click speed on a sliding scale is also possible in a section at the bottom of the tab.
The 2nd tab allows you to change the scroll wheel, scroll speed.
3rd tab, change the curser movement speed – IE. Windows cursor movement speed – and adjust the cursor acceleration, which I’m not a fan of myself. The different settings are Nil, Low, Medium and High.
The DPI tab allows you to fine tune – to the single digits – the sensitivity at each stage of the DPI adjustment buttons. I don’t think it’s really necessary to have that many DPI settings, but I suppose some may find a use for it. It’s also a shame you can’t adjust your polling rate here as this can affect gaming mice performance at high DPIs.
The macro tab allows you make a single macro that can be mapped to a single mouse button. Only one however. There’s also no indication on the time between the key commands, negating specifically timed macros; one of the reasons for doing one in the first place.
The final tab is purely an about page with lots of copyright info and a web address.