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Steelseries World of Warcraft Mmo USB Gaming Mouse 3200DPI

Steelseries World of Warcraft Mmo USB Gaming Mouse 3200DPI (Steelseries: 62006)
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Steelseries World of Warcraft Mmo USB Gaming Mouse 3200DPI
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 5.67/10
With 6 User Reviews

Review Date: 02/23/10
Cons: Cheap materialExpensive

Pros: Many buttonsGood softwareDoesn't take keybinds from your keyboard has it's owns.
It's a good mouse overall, just feels cheap for the price when you grab it the first time. The button are like Sega genesis controller they move around lot.

Review Date: 01/22/10
Cons: Feels a little cheap, don't know how long it will last

Pros: Lots of ButtonsPalm grip styleLooks cool
I went to a local store to test hold this mouse, and I must say at first it looks like it's built like a tank, but the plastic feels a bit cheap (perhaps due to too many buttons?) Also, this isn't so much of a weakness per say, but this mouse is HUGE. It's definitely made for those with gorilla paws (19cm long from tip of middle finger to palm). I actually could not grip the entire mouse myself and my hands are considered Medium-sized, so as such it felt really awkward....Otherwise, if you have huge hands and you're a palm-grip user, this mouse will feel like a glove!!

Review Date: 04/22/09
Cons: Too many buttons, bad button positioning, cheap feel, very light, macro system

Pros: Lots of buttons, very good gliders
I had bought this mouse for WoW while playing a hunter & druid, thinking that you can never have too many buttons and that my right hand could help out more. This seemed like the perfect option: lots of buttons, specifically designed with wow in mind, great macro design, talk about the amazing hand finished contruction etc...Having used it for a few days straight I found that it certainly does have a lot of buttons and the glidders on it are second to none thanks to their size. It's problems though were too many for me. The d-pad button on mine seemed pretty loose and the positioning made it next to impossible to ensure I hit the proper direction when trying to hit back, with their being no way to really avoid having the thumb over buttons it made using the buttons on the right next to impossible because I couldn't grip the mouse to press them and the profile lightning schemes would not work for me (though NCIX support says they worked fine for them so may have just been my setup). I also found the mouse very very light and cheap feeling overal, very low grade plastic feel.Finally the macro system was a huge disapointment. I certainly can't find all their videos anymore about their mouse and the macro system, and I'll blame myself I guess for getting the wrong impression. All in all though the macro system is nothing special and if you're using this for wow then you're probably better off not using it. For all it's macros it relies on 'typing' the commands out in game in your chat window to run them making them incredibly slow to execute. It even allows for creation of macros, without warning, that are against the game's TOS and could get you banned (timed & looping macros). So all together it's pretty useless when you want to stop cast ing immediatly to cast  something else you don't want to wait for your mouse to send "[enter], /, s, t, o, p, c,a,s,t,i,n,g,[enter]" to your game (taking a good second). So their software becomes useless for most macros, as you'd want to make them in game, map them to a key and map your mouse to some hard to hit key instead.

Review Date: 04/16/09
Cons: -Buttons feel cheap and fragile-A few buttons stopped working without warning

Pros: -Good Software Support-Looks Nice
This mouse is a fine idea, and I think later generations of it might be amazing. The software side of things is robust and features a very nice user interface, with tons of preset functions designed for WoW.The mouse itself though is mediocre at best, unfortunately. While the design is sound and it features a fairly nice aesthetic, the more you use the mouse, the more you'll notice how cheap it feels. All of the buttons feel loose and unreliable. Not only that, but a few buttons have even stopped working entirely, and have not been fixed after reinstalling drivers.Overall, the software for the mouse is solid, but I would hold off on buying it until later generations of the mouse are being sold, which should (hopefully) have these issues ironed out. The mouse is a wonderful idea for hardcore WoW players like myself, but it needs some more time in the oven.

Review Date: 04/01/09
Cons: Feels cheapButtons feel flimsy and do not scream qualitymouse doesnt track wellinterface could use some workway overpricedmost of the buttons are too small to be of any use

Pros: Lots of buttonscool lightsits got WoW on it
I reccomend you stay away from this mouse. I feel that i tossed away my money on this. So much promise, and so little delivery. The mouse feels like its built compareable to a 20 dollar mouse, the buttons float around, they dont feel firm and stiff. Almost makes you feel like they might pop off they wiggle so much. The unlimited lcd thing sounds cool on paper but it isnt so hot in person, really only a few colours that look cool, the rest are blah. If you are diehard wow player spend your money elsewhere on a g13 or a good macro keyboard, this mouse isnt what it could have been.

Review Date: 03/22/09
Cons: Price is steep for some ....can be a big learning curve to get use to (15 buttons and is Larger then most mice)

Pros: 15 Buttons, smooth control, looks Great, can remap buttons to work in other games and is Great in WOW....
As I said, there can be a learning curve to it ...I have a G9 mouse that I used for close to 2 years...and the size difference was a real pain to get use to ...It was a love hate thing for 2 to 3 weeks ... But if you can get past that... as I did... It proved to be the best mouse I have used to date for Wow or any other game I've played... The drivers have caused no problems for me (unlike some razor drivers I have used in the past) And yes you can remap buttons to work in other games ... they are not just for the Game WoW... You just have to use the same interface that they use for the WoW profiles ... really easy... This review was modfied by poster u 03-23-09 11:56 AM May 11 2009....still No problems ....and all Works Great....as for the cheap feel, that others have complained about, I dont see it or feel it? This review was modfied by poster @ 05-11-09 03:26 PM
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General Information
Manufacturer:SteelSeries ApS
Manufacturer Part Number:62006
Manufacturer Website Address:www.steelseries.com
Brand Name:SteelSeries
Product Name:World of Warcraft MMO Gaming Mouse
Package Type:Retail
Product Type:Mouse
Pointing Device
Pointing Device Connectivity Technology:Wired
Pointing Device Wireless Technology:Not Applicable
Pointing Device Cable Length:2.01 m
Movement Resolution:3200 dpi
Number of Total Buttons:15
Number of Programmable Buttons:15
Scroller Type:Scroll Wheel
Design:Right-handed Only
Pointing Device Host Interface:USB
Physical Characteristics
Dimensions:205 mm Height x 215 mm Width x 950 mm Depth
Weight:425 g
Package Contents:
  • World of Warcraft MMO Gaming Mouse
  • World of Warcraft T-shirt for $5 USD
  • World of Warcraft Trading Card Game Loot Card
  • Discount Coupon for World of Warcraft Strategy Guide
  • Green Compliance:Yes
    Green Compliance Certificate/Authority:RoHS, WEEE
    Standard Warranty:1 Year

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