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Mionix unveils a new ergonomic gaming mouse with LED-optical sensor

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Posted May 27, 2010 by jeremy in News

Mionix released a new mouse today, this gaming mouse is named after the star Naos, a blue super giant and one of the brightest stars in our galaxy. Naos means ?ship? and is enough powerful to create comet tails and huge clouds of auroras visible from Earth. Naos is constantly moving away from its original position in the constellation of Vela and it spins about 100 times faster than our sun. Since its birth it has covered a distance of 400 light-years. No one knows exactly why Naos has such a high rotation speed, but an explanation to this phenomenon lies in the gravitational interaction between many other stars.

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The unique shape of Mionix Naos 3200 supports the whole hand without compromising ergonomics or a steady grip. Mionix Naos 3200 is equipped with only carefully selected high-end components paired up with reliable LED-optical sensor technology which offers durability, performance and accuracy. Save your settings and macros in the built-in memory. No additional software or driver installation is needed. Wherever you go, just plug in the mouse and get started. Mionix Naos 3200 also features customizable LED-light system and dpi-step color indicator, allowing you to customize it to your liking.


  • Ergonomic design with support for all five fingers
  • Completely Plug n Play, software needed only for configuration
  • The rubber coating ensures a maximum grip
  • 3200 dpi LED-optical sensor – Reliable and accurate LED-optical sensor technology
  • Built-in memory – Bring your settings and recorded macros with you
  • Customizable LED light system – Personalize your mouse with your favourite color
  • 3 steps customizable dpi in-game adjustment – Choose from 3 dpi steps and switch between them in-game
  • 7 programmable buttons – The buttons can be assigned to any key, mouse command or macro
  • Adjustable polling rate – Tune it all the way up to 1000Hz through the software

The NAOS will cost 54,99 ? and will be available in July 2010. If you haven’t done so, you can check out our Naos review http://www.guru3d.com/article/mionix-naos-5000-mouse-review/.

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