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Mionix Sargas 450 SK

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  • Official gaming mousepad of SK Gaming
  • Material: Durable, smooth and flexible microfiber
  • Surface: Uncoated / semi rigid
  • Dimensions: 450mm x 400mm x 4mm
  • Compatibility: Optical and laser
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Descriptif technique
MarqueSK Gaming
Numéro du modèle de l'articleAVIOR-SK
Type de technologie sans fil 802.11abg
Interface du matériel informatiqueUSB 2.0
Item dimensions L x W x H37 x 26 x 3 millimeters
Poids du produit455 grammes
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr30 avril 2014
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The SARGAS 450 SK is made of a durable microfiber cloth material with slightly more friction than coated mouse pads. The special microfiber surface counteracts data loss and improves the sensor tracking performance. The SARGAS 450 SK was built with our in-house S.Q.A.T-technology which measures the data loss between the surface and the gaming mouse sensor. Many months of testing has been carried out to ensure that this cloth pad has an extremely low data loss. The underside is made of a natural rubber offering a firm grip irrespective of the surface under the mouse pad or extensive movements. The wide tracking area ensures for long sweeping movements without interruption.

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HASH(0x9ae83c3c) étoiles sur 5 Great mouse for ambidextrous claw users. 25 juin 2014
Par Vincent Cheng - Publié sur
I transitioned from an ergonomic mouse to this ambidextrous mouse. It took some time getting used to. At first, I found it a bit awkward to figure out how to hold the mouse but after you find your sweetspot, it's great. A friend had to point out one thing about this mouse. It's a bit on the heavy side for a mouse. I never noticed since my last mouse was the Logitech G9x which weighed about 125g using the precision grip without the weights. The Mionix Avior 7000 weighs in at 100g without the cable. So if you're used to a lighter mouse than this, I would suggest trying it out at some electronic store or try to find someone who has it to give it a try. Another issue that I found is that the mouse buttons on the side are very easy to click. This is a minor issue that doesn't break how I feel about the mouse in a major way. There's also the scroll wheel buttons that's a very slight issue. You kinda have to press all the way to the side or down(depending on which scroll wheel button) to consistently use it. Again, if these issues bother you then try the mouse out first. The mouse software is very customizable. I just wish there was some kind of indication to tell which dpi setting you're on besides relying on how it feels.
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HASH(0x9af866d8) étoiles sur 5 Mionix... taking over the gaming peripheral division by storm!! :D 29 mai 2015
Par Jigar Patel - Publié sur
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Mionix is currently my favourite gaming peripherals manufacturer. For the past 4 years I was using the Razer Lachesis and was unable to find a similar mouse with an ambidextrous design. I was eyeing the Oroborous initially but that piece of hardware is simply not a value for money purchase. Too heavily priced. It may be customized in a number of ways but I felt that for such a heavy price, it should have included RGB lights, but I guess Razer is too proud to let go of their green lights! Now that I own the Corsair K70 RGB keyboard, I was looking to match my mouse with it.

Came across the Mionix 8200 and instantly loved it because of the ambidextrous design and the slightly wide base. Love the logo as well.
The packaging looks quite elegant.

Solid build quality, love the braided cable.
I have medium sized hands and my brother has large hands, yet this feels very comfortable even after hours of gaming (Claw-Grip) for the both of us because I think Mionix has coated it with several layers which gives it a soft mat finish feel to the surface. The feel of the mouse surface is very hard to describe... but it is awesome! (I think it supports palm grip as well)
It is not too heavy but not light weight either. The mouse seems to be very well balanced
Works best on a hard mouse mat.
The 8200 sensor is an overkill (but customizable), will only be useful for 4k destops, but additional features are always welcome. I use it at approx 1500-3000 dpi setting.
RGB lighting... YES! I was quite surprised to see RBG lighting included for the price. At such a price point... this feature was awesome! The wheel as well as the logo contain RGB lights.
The software was a breeze to understand and use. Very user friendly. It also has some predefined RGB light effects (pulsating/fading/breathing etc). You could even have separate light colors for the scroll wheel and the logo. Really fantastic!
All 9 keys can be customized (left click, right click, 2 keys on either sides, scroll wheel and dpi up/down switches above the wheel)

Not really a con, but additional weight system would be a plus for future releases.

Mionix, I would love to see some RGB keyboards in the near future. This mice totally floored me! Finding a decent ambidextrous mouse is hard :D
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HASH(0x9accce94) étoiles sur 5 Great mouse, would recommend! 15 avril 2015
Par Le Blenk - Publié sur
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I've owned a lot of gaming mice. The Razer Deathadder, Logitech g500s, Steelseries Sensei, Zowie ec1, Logitech g9x, and a random corsair mouse. The Mionix AVIOR 7000 completely trumps all of them, sure some of it comes down to preference in that I'm not a palm gripper, it probably wouldn't work to well for that style. But the customization, crisp clicks, nice weight(not too light so you lose control. but not too heavy so it's sluggish) and in my opinion the best grip i've tried for my own preference. I've got mine set up at 3 DPI steps. 400, 800, 1600. While I don't usually ever switch in game, I do switch depending on the game and it's extremely easy. You can make these steps anything 50-7000. I've had absolutely no problem with the functionality of the mouse. The only negative thing that has happened is a known bug, if you don't have the latest driver downloaded. Where if you spam the dpi switch a lot, it will make the mouse freeze and you will have to replug it in your PC. This happened maybe a total of 3 times in the 3-4 months I didn't have it downloaded.(I was too lazy.) But once I downloaded it, it never happened again. If you're interested in shiny things, you can change the LED to basically any color of the rainbow and then some. This is my first review of any product. I've had it for 6.5 months now and plays games at a competitive level. I absolutely recommend this mouse, especially if you're not a pure palm grip.
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HASH(0x9accc024) étoiles sur 5 Gaming Mouse for Palm Grip 1 octobre 2014
Par sp - Publié sur
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This is a really nice and responsive mouse. There isn't any acceleration, and it glides very smoothly on hard surfaces (haven't tried with a soft mat). The quality is great. It feels very well put together and solid, not "loose and cheap" like the products of some of the more known gaming peripheral manufacturers. Scroll wheel has prominent, yet subtle "bumps" while scrolling. Clicking onto the scroll wheel is very solid. This mouse is not a gas or a liquid. Very solid.

Minor and specific gripes:
I didn't realize that the mouse was meant for palm/claw grip users before ordering it, which is lack of researching on my part. It is usable for a fingertip grip. Having medium-sized hands, the back-end (the end with the Mionix logo) of the mouse tends to fit perfectly into your palm (assuming a relaxed and natural position). However, I like to hold the mouse with my "clicking" fingers resting just over an inch away from the clicking-end (perpendicular and aligned to the bottom of the scroll-wheel). With that, the amount of pressure is significantly more as you move away from the clicking-end (obviously). It's pleasantly light and solid for a palm/claw grip (seeing that the fingers reach closer to the clicking-end), but quickly fatiguing for those wanting to utilize a true fingertip grip.
TL;DR: I just found out that I'm a picky noob when it comes to mouses (mice?).
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HASH(0x9acdbaf8) étoiles sur 5 Adobe Photoshop, 3DSMax, Cinema 4D, Ergonomic Advanced Business Users mouse? 24 octobre 2013
Par Clifford Sonnentag - Publié sur
This mouse is for people that want to be fast and accurate and still keep their wrists. I am a long time fan of the old school dark-grey style intellimouse explorer 3.0; this mouse is very similar to that feel, but with a next millennium feel. I tried 6 similar mice before choosing this one with the following in mind: A mouse must fit your hand comfortably with your index finger resting with the best leverage on the left mouse button. Your palm should rest on the mouse with the back of your palm near the wrist resting on the table comfortably, but when you need extra control you can easily lift your wrist up and guide the mouse with your finger and thumb tips touching the table. Another important thing is that your middle and ring finger does not accidentally activate the right mouse button usually accomplished by a solid boarder around the buttons like the AVIOR 8200 has. Finally the thumb should rest straight when grasping the mouse naturally and it should be just below the back and forward buttons for easy and quick reflexive action.

So this mouse is nearly perfect for design, coding, and next-level business computing. I recommend it to fellow designers and fast paced s computers.
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