By Robin-Leigh Chetty 10 September 2015


As big a gaming mouse as you can find, the Naos 7000 from Mionix is designed with comfort and long hauls in mind.
Well constructed; Comfortable to use; Good range of programmable buttons
A tad expensive; Cord gets tangled now and then
The Mionix Naos 7000 retails for roughly R2 000. That is a fair amount of money, especially for a corded gaming mouse. It is however one of the better mouses out there, gaming or otherwise, for users who will use their mouse for long periods of time thanks to its big frame and ergonomic design. It also feels well constructed and features a sleek and simple look that discerning users will certainly like. If you're looking for a gaming mouse that will last as long as you can, then the Naos 7000 is definitely

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