Naos 7000 is a great mouse for palm grippers with a wide shape and concaves for all five fingers. The uncommon shape makes the mouse more comfortable if you tend to rest your whole hand (including your ring and pinky fingers) on it.
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Pro Exceptionally comfortable for palm grips
The Mionix Naos 7000 gaming mouse was designed for a full five-fingered palm grip. It has concaved left and right buttons to help fingers stay in place, textured sides to help with grip, and supports for the thumb, ring, and pinky fingers. Larger than a typical gaming mouse, its ergonomic shape is very comfortable for long gaming sessions.
Pro Very good build quality
The nestled thumb rest on the left and finger cut outs on the right reduce wear and tear due to unnecessary hand movement. The matte rubberized finish to the mouse also aids in hiding cosmetic wear, even after years of use. Additional features include smooth teflon feet which allow for little wear on the bottom of the mouse, and a braided cable that protects the wire from rips and tears.
Pro Great gaming mouse sensor
It uses the ADNS-3310 sensor, it's an accurate 7000 CPI optical sensor with no angle-snapping, hardware acceleration, or jitter.
Pro Software is very easy to use and straightforward
Users are able to adjust the mouse's settings easily, allowing them to control what they want from their gaming mouse.
Pro Accompanying software provides a good amount of customization options
The accompanying software allows you to rebind keys, change the polling rate, double click speed, scrolling speed, acceleration, lift-off distance, set up profiles, macros and lights, or separately adjust X and Y axis sensitivity.
Pro Comfortable weight
This mouse is neither too heavy nor too light: its weight is just right, maximizing comfort.
Con Mushy scroll wheel
Tends to rotate when trying to depress for a click.
Con Slightly less comfortable for claw and fingertip grips
Unfortunately, as it's more comfortable for palm grips, this has meant that users with claw and fingertip grips will find the mouse awkward to use.
Con Software is Windows-only
The software does not support Linux or macOS operating systems, meaning the mouse can't be configured under them. However, if you have access to a Windows PC, you can configure the mouse on that device. And because the configuration and profiles will be saved on the device itself, you can use them on Linux and macOS.