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Mad Catz M.M.O. TE - souris (USB, Jouer, Roue, Universel, Noir, Blanc, Droitier)
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- Description du produit: Mad Catz M.M.O TE
- Interface de l'appareil: USB
- Convient pour: jouer
- Utilisation recommandée: Universel
- Couleur: Noir, Blanc
- Elément de format: Droitier
- Longueur de câble: 1,8m
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Description du produit
Boutons de souris programmables: Oui
Convient pour: Jouer
Couleur: Noir, Blanc
Elément de format: Droitier
Interface de l'appareil: USB
Longueur de câble: 1,8 m
Molette de défilement: Oui
Poids de la souris: 100 g
Prise en charge du système d'exploitation Mac: Oui
Prise en charge du système d'exploitation Windows: Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Basic x64, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Professional x64, Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Starter x64, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 Enterprise, Windows 8 Enterprise x64, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 8 Pro x64, Windows 8 x64, Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 Enterprise, Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 8.1 Pro x64, Windows 8.1 x64, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Business x64, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Enterprise x64, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Basic x64, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Home Premium x64, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Ultimate x64, Windows XP Home, Windows XP Home x64, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Professional x64
Quantité de boutons: 20
Résolution en mouvement: 8200 DPI
Source d'alimentation: Cable
Utilisation recommandée: Universel
Version du Bluetooth: 2.0
type Scroll: Roue
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Update: A score update and important notice until this gets fixed. I had this mouse break on me about mid-October. The mouse wheel stopped working as it seems to have detached itself from the mechanism used to detect scrolling inputs. I sent in this mouse to repair to Mad Catz and they were quick in repairing and returning it to me. However, it is now Dec 12/8 and my mouse wheel broke again in the same way. I am not one to rough up my mice and I use my mouse as much as any hardcore gamer out there (heck, that's what this mouse is marketed towards). However, to have it break like this twice within time spans that are no more than a month is very disheartening and I can no longer give it the praise that I have given it in my previous review. I cannot recommend a mouse that can break easily like this, especially for 80 dollars.
I will be sending this mouse in for repair again but until I can see that the wheel can stay consistent and not break on me once more, my current score will stay the way that it is.
The M.M.O. TE is the little brother of the M.M.O. 7 in functionality and even in complexity. I've been using the M.M.O 7 for quite some time but even as a hardcore MMORPG player, I really did not need all the functionality that the M.M.O. 7 provided. I kept an eye on the M.M.O. TE and it finally came out and found there are some good trade offs and bad trade offs in the transition between the two.
First thing's first, the M.M.O. and R.A.T. line of mice from Mad Catz can sometimes be hit or miss when it comes to the build quality. Having previous owned a R.A.T. 7 and an M.M.O. 7, they both encountered some issues as far as the mouse cursor drifting off to the side at random times and my M.M.O. 7's Mouse 4 button even snapped off. Thankfully, Mad Catz's Customer Support is pretty good in replacing these mice when I had issues, so if there's anything that could go wrong with the M.M.O. TE, at least I have the pretty lengthy warranty I can trust in.
Looking at this or any of the other mice in the series, this might look complicated as all heck and there might be questions about comfort. Thankfully, this beast does feel pretty well in the hand (assuming you're right handed). Even if you have large hands, this mouse in particular does have an adjustable palm rest. It feels great and it doesn't strain your hand or arm after hours upon hours of grinding it out in whatever MMO or game that you're playing.
In comparison to the rest of the series, in particular the M.M.O. 7, the M.M.O. TE did drop a lot of features. A lot of what it dropped may or may not be a deal breaker for you, and personally I found the extra buttons and functions of the M.M.O. 7 to be just fluff and sometimes even unwieldy. The M.M.O. TE does not have the "thumb wheel", a thumb rest or the weird directional button layout that was on the M.M.O. 7. Also because there are no adjustable weights, the M.M.O. TE ends up being super light.
M.M.O. TE did keep some core features that I really want out of a mouse, which happens to include the two buttons near the mouse wheel. If you're a healer in an MMORPG, this is a godsend. The left side of the mouse kinda reminds me of the Naga Epic with the side buttons laid out in sort of a grid-like nature. The precision aim button, which slows down the mouse and makes it easier to get precise aiming for FPSes as an example, is located more towards the front of the mouse compared to the other mice in the series. This may be a good or a bad thing depending on your hand and grip, and it seems like there no way to rebind that button to any of the other buttons on the side. You can choose to move the Mouse 4 and Mouse 5 button to any of the buttons on the mouse, in fact all the mouse buttons can be rebound to anything, be it another mouse command or a keybind.
The software used for setting up this mouse is definitely a huge step up from the original software used for the M.M.O. 7 and some of the earlier Mad Catz products. It's very intuitive if you just want simple key binds, and it does offer you a way to setup macro commands. It does save profiles and allows you to link those profiles to specific games whenever they're running. There are also various tweaks you can do such as changing the DPI, having multiple DPI settings which you can switch with a press of a button on the mouse, and even the ability to turn off certain buttons's specific features just so you have an extra button to use as a keybind.
The build of the mouse is definitely a step back from the M.M.O. 7. It feels itself to be like a budget version of the M.M.O. 7, and it's really debatable if the price difference justifies how much they cut back with this mouse. It certainly feels less sturdy, and the entire bottom mouse is now plastic instead of hard metal, which does reduce the weight of the mouse. I do question the longevity of the side buttons, some of them feeling like they're just kinda floating in their socket rather than on a hinge.
All of this considered, I've never really been disappointed by what these mice offered and the M.M.O. TE, despite the fact that the build quality might end up biting me in the rear in the future, might still last me a very long time. I'm currently playing through Final Fantasy XIV and doing all the raiding content, and having a mouse like this really does help in that environment. I think what the M.M.O. TE dropped from the M.M.O. 7 really only helps it be a more welcoming mouse, the new software interface to program the mouse is way way better, and as long as you're not expecting something magical out of this mouse, I'd say it's a pretty good investment... and thankfully there's that warranty in the case something bad does happen.
Now, I do have a ticket to return the first 2 mice. I bought them all within the last 2 years. The first 2 were MMO 7 mice that failed. The first failed after less than 2 months of use. The scroll wheel just stopped responding. It still have the mechanical clicks of turning, but no output. The second, another MMO 7, just decided that the side buttons no longer work. I tried both of these mice on multiple computers to confirm that it wasn't a drive or software.
The MMO TE. My 3rd mouse from Mad Catz. I like the buttons, but not sure of the button layout. I have only had it since 2 Jan 2015. Less than 2 months, and due to work, I have probably only used it a total of less than 30 days. Last night, while scrolling through a website, the scrool wheel just stopped. Unlike the first MMO 7 that still feels like it is "clicking" while turning, this just feels loose, like the click option was turned off. I do not believe this mouse can be turned off that way, but it no longer scrolls. The press down click function of the scroll wheel works, and it does allow for pressing and scrolling, but it is not as functional as the rolling of the scroll wheel.
As I said, 3 Mad Catz mice in 2 years, and all 3 have failed. I love the layouts, the adjustabliity and programability, but having to send them in to be repaird is rediculious. I will send all 3 mice in, and just rotate them as I continue to send them in to be repaired on a constant basis.
All the buttons are so easy to feel because they're all different shapes. And there are 3 modes!! Also it's pre-programmed for pretty much every game out there and really easy to program.. the software is awesome. I really hope they keep making this mouse Exactly as it is (except fix whatever defect was causing it to break for others) because it really is the best thing ever created I think. Gaming with it is Amazing! Would be cool if they offered it in more colors though. But Do Not change the design!
This mouse deserves WAY better reviews. After using it, I do not understand why it has such bad reviews at all. Only thing I can wonder is if the competition feels threatened and so is making up fake negative ones.
Even if the scroll wheel did break, I would just buy another one.. It's that good. But I do hope the manufacturer improves the quality better so whatever is going on doesn't happen to people! Mine still works like brand new.
You have no idea how happy I am that I took a leap of faith and just bought it, in spite of all the terrible reviews.
(Also what N.C. said is true.. It can be used for much more than just gaming.. it can be programmed for anything.)
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