Mionix Saiph 3200

Mice, Peripherals

Conclusion

In a complete reversal for my expectations to what I was expecting with the Mionix mouse mat, the Saiph had a lot to live up to. Fortunately for Mionix, on the most part it did so admirably; though it’s not a perfect product. It is a bit expensive, has a loud click, and it’s software needs a bit of work. However, it’s got great sensitivity, it’s incredibly comfortable, and it’s a good looking piece of kit. So if you can stomach the loud click and have a pocket that stretches far enough, you should definitely check out the Saiph 3200 next time you’re upgrading or replacing your mouse.

Pros Cons
Good DPI sensitivity Loud click
Very comfortable Buttons can’t be custom mapped, be nice to adjust polling rate
Looks good Quite e
pensive

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Thanks go to PowerDrive for providing us with this mouse.

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Last modified: May 11, 2014

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