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GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Rating: 8.22/10
Dori
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Review Date: 07/06/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Was a great fit for my massive hand. Middle scroll wheel started to go bad after around 5 months of moderate use, after a different couple of weeks went dead. Went back to my old Logitech MX310 which nonetheless performs wonderful. Not as major a mouse as this one but at least it still operates following 6 years.
Latimer
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Review Date: 07/02/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Light weight. Fantastic mouse motion. Fine, thick physique structure which is idle for a manly hand like myself. Left/Right click buttons are WAY As well stiff. It demands a healthy, powerful young set of fingers to click repeatedly for 12 hours on this mouse, since Microsoft and Logitech mice are far a lot more sensitive, and suited for gaming, than this.Also, I didn't notice any strengthen on the laser, evaluate to optical! I've becoming playing laptop or computer games due to the fact the days of DOOM and BLOOD 1...which indicates I've becoming utilizing Microsoft mice, with excessively sensitive click buttons, over the years. Therefore this new age stiffness doesn't bare properly with me. For this mouse was best in just about every other sense (although I wish it came with CD computer software. What's up with that? Why no disc?) Anyway, I played Fallout three for five minutes...and had to stop because my index finger (fire finger) was receiving fatigued and agitated. No, this mouse will not due. That, and that alone, renders it a poor rating. Gigabyte tends to make good motherboards, but gaming mice...there is that one particular factor to be desired -- gaming experience. Next time, Gigabyte, sit down and play around with Microsoft and Logitech mice, and ask yourself -- why are the buttons so easy and sensitive to press? Then play a couple of games for some 8 hours straight. You'll have your answer then and there.
Li Hua
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Review Date: 06/27/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Wonderful comfort and accuracy none...
Vernados
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Review Date: 06/16/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Buttons are nice, smooth roller ball, foreword and back buttons on the side are well placed and the button to switch DPI is handy, but not in the way. I have rather big hands and the mouse fits fairly very good. The only genuine con I can discover with this mouse is it fits excellent in my hands not great. In my opinion it could be a small longer to let additional of my hand rest on the mouse, but I'm sure thats just my preference. I purchased the mouse with no feeling it in my hand so I can't really knock off an egg because its my fault. Other than my nit picks its a fairly very good mouse
Brede
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Review Date: 05/14/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Comfortable feel and quite smooth. Works nicely for gaming. Did have a slight squeak in the appropriate click for awhile but it has seemed to go away.
Jason_O@NCIX
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Review Date: 05/13/12
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GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Cons:None

Pros:Low Price, Good Quality
Comment:
Bought this for my wife ages ago, she didn't like the feel of it so I took it to use with my laptop.Found it to be a very good mouse, works great for gaming.It doesn't have as many buttons as the high end mice but for a low level gaming mouse it can't be beat.
Deirdra
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Review Date: 05/07/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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The cost was fantastic for an affordable gaming mouse. The shape of this mouse below my hand felt fantastic.I liked the the indentation on the thumb side to rest the thumb. I bought one and the scroll wheel died in the very first 10 min. Newegg shipped me another asap but believe it or not and same dang issue happened the subsequent day to the replacement. The saying, "once bitten, twice shy" applies here in duplicate! I was bitten twice so I dont believe I'll ever obtain a Gigabyte mouse once again. I believe there ought to be a design flaw in the scroll wheel.
Edward
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Review Date: 05/06/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Mouse functions perfectly as a normal corded laser mouse, -lag for gaming. DPI settings make it quite straightforward to adjust sensitivity, but it isn't a button in a location you'll accidentally hit and get disoriented. No driver installation needed, very PnP - certainly best for bringing to a LAN party. Doesn't make me a sandwich. Amazing deal for the value! Comfy grip. Meets my requires as a gamer (then again I don't need a dozen buttons for my line of gaming, 7-bind is plenty for an FPS), no mousepad necessary thanks to laser tech. :) Don't think twice - get it.
Erelah
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Review Date: 04/30/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Comment:
This 5-buttons laser mouse comes at a good price point. The shape and the rubber grip feels comfy to my hand. The dpi switch is very valuable for me simply because I don't have to maintain adjusting the pointer speed between the mouse and trackpad on my nettop. None. I have another mouse that comes with adjustable weights. And this mouse does really feel a bit also light to me. But I wouldn't count it as a con due to the fact that mouse price far more than twice of this.
Xuan
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Review Date: 04/29/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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tracks good, very good really feel and low value. 1600 dpi WAY to significantly for my old reflexes 800 fantastic. button five died just brief of two months of use. now this could be me and my meat hooks following all button five is my melee button for Modern day Warfare two and hit frequently in panic but. from time to time ya obtain low-cost you get low-cost. yeah i saved ษ bucks by finding this one particular rather of a โ mouse, now it 'ill cost me ๛.
Leona
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Review Date: 04/03/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Low cost in value but not in top quality. Performs completely completely. Great weight and feel. Seriously absolutely nothing to complain about. the side buttons are a small stubborn to depress. Incredibly minor gripe.
Mauli
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Review Date: 03/27/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Lightweight, simple to use, feels fantastic when handling it. None I use it to play WoW and no complications so far.
JoeAdamsIV@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/11/12
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GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Cons:A little bit too light

Pros:Good DPI DPI selectorFairly durable
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Can not complain for the price of this mouse. It is by far one of the best for the price, it's amazing for gaming.
Ai
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Review Date: 03/04/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Very good speed and really feel. 1600dpi. Really light. Feels sturdy and nicely built. Could use a bigger dpi range. scroll wheel is a bit off, I tend to scroll with the side of the wheel instead of the top rated. Exceptional mouse for the price
Bartholomew
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Review Date: 02/16/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Comfy and the weighting feels very good. The GIGABYTE info page for this product lists "FPS: 3000fps" as a specification. I'm not certain what this means. I assumed it had something to do with the polling rate.I ran a tool to check my polling rate even though and it is fixed at 125hz. The GIGABYTE driver for this mouse does not allow you to transform the polling rate, so I don't seriously comprehend what makes it a gaming mouse.A 125hz polling rate signifies your mouse movements get sent to your game a maximum of as soon as each and every 8ms. This delay is noticeable over a brief period of time compared to a 1000hz polling rate or even a 500hz polling rate, which are widespread adjustments on a Real gaming mouse.Technically, making use of GIGABYTE's personal useless "FPS" rating for this mouse would give it an actual spec of 125fps, not 3000fps.3000fps is silly anyway. That would need a polling rate of 3000hz. I haven't seen any way to set the USB polling rate above 1000hz.Initially and last GIGABYTE item I ever buy.
Jennis
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Review Date: 02/10/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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I really like the way this mouse feels in my hand. Buttons click nice and general the mouse feels solid. There is a button that changes resolution from 800 dpi to 1600 dpi. I wish it had a middle setting due to the fact 800 dpi feels slow to me exactly where the 1600 dpi is very touchy. This is produced for suitable handed mouse users only.
Bijan
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Review Date: 02/10/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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1.High Response2.Amazing appear to itthree.Comfort gripsfour.DPI Switcher5.Price tag6.Forward/back buttons None that I can think of For the cost, this is the very best mouse I am fairly sure. I have tested a ton of mice to uncover the ideal 1 and I think I located it. I owned all the top name mice for gaming and in no way found a decent sufficient one for a decent price. For the price tag, this mouse is excellent and it looks awesome. You can't go incorrect here, trust me.
Darcie
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Review Date: 01/25/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Superb Mouse. Bless these guys for placing the DPI choice in hardware rather of creating a bloated software program "control center", which is genuinely unnecessary for a mouse. The device works flawlessly in Linux. Quite very good at tracking - significantly much better than my old optical, dual-sensor mouse (which I have loved for several years). Feels excellent and each thumb buttons are very easily accessible with no having to stretch your thumb too far. Overall, quite properly-created. None however.
Upendo
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Review Date: 01/24/12
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
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Laser mouse, wonderful cost. Good weight. dual setting is nice 齠 for games, 1600 for the rest). it is a little far sighted. not a big deal, but you do have to lift it about a half inch for it not to see the desk surface.
pierluc@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/16/12
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GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Cons:cable to small ans stiff

Pros:ergonomicnicegood dpi
Comment:
Cette souris est ergonomique, a un beau design, plusieurs boutons, elle est précise et relativement bien construite. Par contre, le câble usb et trop court et raide. On dirait de la broche!
Alton
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Review Date: 12/24/11
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Comment:
Comfortable, fits my hand wonderful and has a superior weight. I don't know if I just got unlucky, but on mine the dpi doesn't constantly remain at the setting I prefer. I often have to change it back to the less sensitive dpi. Not certain what triggers it altering, but I guess I'll deal with it.
Yaser
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Review Date: 12/23/11
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Comment:
This is a smooth mouse. Easy on the wrist and extremely accurate. Light to the touch and appears to reproduce the feel of a higher price tag mouse. Grip keeps my fingers from touching the mouse pad. Works properly for larger hands. If your questioning yes it is worth the cash. Shorter than average cord. I also wouldn't mind a slightly longer mouse to keep my palm from touching the mouse pad. It is nonetheless an improvement more than a related MS mouse. Feels like a logitech MX series mouse
Sébastien_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/20/11
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GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Cons:The sticky glossy feelThe short USB cableLack of customizability

Pros:The priceLaser mouseThe ergonimic share is one of the best I have ever usedThe back/forward thumb buttonsThe pointless DPI change button (1: too slow, 2: good, 3: too fast)
Comment:
Replacing an old MX510 I had for 7 years. The ergonomic share is I would say one of the best out there. The scroll and the clicks are both great. The only down-fault is the cheap feeling from the glossy finish, but you can't expect everything for that price. Definitively a good buy.
Benson
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Review Date: 12/17/11
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Comment:
Not only does it carry out great as a plug and play, but it also does not feel cheap. The mouse feels quite sturdy and the plastic is nice and smooth. Fits my "normal-massive" sized hand truly nicely, I would assume that it will fit larger hands and smaller hands just as great. Side buttons are placed in a excellent spot, I have however to misclick them. Changes in dpi is swift. -DPI button is placed in the middle of the mouse( I dont mind that much, but may well be a con for some)-From time to time it may possibly take more then 1 pushing of the dpi button to switch between settings. But that's just nitpicking due to the fact most of the time it switches seamlessly. But when once more, may be a con for some, contemplating that you may need a switch in DPI that you can rely on. Mouse wheel has actually been very sturdy for me contrary to other reviews, so I'm not positive if it is a hit or miss on that. It does wiggle from side to side, but only if you push it intentionally and even then it doesn't tilt move a great deal. Not a con in my opinion considering that, in the course of standard use and gaming use, I have not noticed any wiggling. A seriously good buy for the cost.
Harris
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Review Date: 12/16/11
GIGABYTE GM-M6880 Metal Black Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Comment:
Mouse is wonderful. Fits on my hand perfectly and is smooth on the mouse pad. Cant beat ร.99... No cons so far..
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