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Mionix AVIOR 8200
- Brilliant ergonomics
- Good button mechanisms
- Soft-touch coating
- Excellent tracking performance at high DPI
- Not the best for low-sensitivity gaming
ConclusionMionix's ambidextrous mouse is equal to the NAOS in terms of comfort. You can grip the AVIOR more freely than you can the NAOS, which allows you to grip it in many more ways than other mice—the AVIOR works equally well with a palm- or finger-type grip. Left-handed gamers will also quickly learn to love this mouse for its ambidextrous design. Mionix stuck with the 8200 DPI laser sensor from the NAOS, and both mice feel the same. While the Avago ADNS-9800 sensor performs well in both packages, it still suffers from a bit of positive acceleration and does track a little oddly once you drop its DPI below 4000, but the sensor is perfect for high-sensitivity gaming, definitely capable of tracking at a much higher sensitivity than you will need. Gaming mice with an optical sensor will fair better at low- to medium-sensitivity gaming on ordinary screens. The buttons on Mionix mice are at the very top in quality, with even better mechanisms than on current top-of-the-crop mice by SteelSeries , Tt eSPORTS, and CM Storm.