Mionix has landed in Spain with the aim of becoming one of the most important peripheral vendors gamers of our landscape. And it does hand models like the Mionix Naos Mionix Avior 8200 or 7000, which we deal here. This mouse features a high precision optical sensor of 7000 dpi and has been designed so they can use it without problems both right- and left-handed players. In addition, nine buttons can be custom configured to suit our game play. And all this with an ARM 32-bit processor to meet the demand of gaming with guarantees. The Mionix Avior 7000 is available on the market at a price of 70 euros. We tell you the details.
Balance. That’s the word that best defines the Mionix Avior 7000. Based on its design, which was created keeping in mind both skilled players and left-handed players. Its ergonomic composition is reinforced by the use of four rubber layers for a more comfortable grip and comfortable feeling. This accessory includes nine different buttons that can be custom configured for maximum performance in our game play. These buttons are located on the wheel itself, two below the wheel, both left and right buttons found in most of the mice and a few more buttons on each side. It also has very attractive features of both light and wheel Mionix logo, which is situated in the central part of the mouse.
To ensure performance to meet the demands of gamers, the Mionix Avior 7000 incorporates an optical sensor ADNS-3310 with zero hardware acceleration. That means you enjoy complete control when moving the mouse. In addition, this sensor has a top speed of 7,000 dpi (5.45 m / sec or 215 IPS). It is a response speed of a point below Mionix Naos 8200, but still reaching very good levels.
Another feature that has been incorporated into this mouse is the calibration of lift-off distance (LOD). That is, users can set the height at which the sensor will continue to respond when the mouse lift up the table. Thus, you can get a very low LOD for more precise control. This function is combined with a sensor that analyzes the surface on which the mouse is optimized for tracking.
One of the keys that underpin this offer is in the free program that can download to your computer and that will serve to configure different aspects. From here you can configure the mouse buttons with any key on the keyboard or macro to access them quickly. You can also vary the LED lights or set up to three DPI sensitivity settings to differentiate mouse speed according to the game we’re going to start. The Mionix Avior 7000 is now available for a price of 70 euros