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Microsoft SideWinder X3 Mouse - Retail

Microsoft  SideWinder X3  Mouse - Retail (Microsoft Corporation.: UUC-00002)
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Vendor: Microsoft Corporation.
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Microsoft SideWinder X3 Mouse - Retail
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 8.17/10
With 12 User Reviews

Review Date: 06/05/13
fantastic sensitivitygood cord lengthlots of buttons cost-free mousepadbuttons sensitivity is awesome scroll button could be a tiny easyer to push a great mouse for a wonderful price got for 18 with a mousepad on a shell shocker deal

Review Date: 06/09/12
Cons: none.

Pros: feels nice in your hand, the buttons are well positioned.
its a nice budget gaming mouse, and its pretty durable!

Review Date: 02/05/12
Wonderful price tag for the functions. Every button is entirely customizable, you can even alter the DPI-on-the-fly settings which is actually good. Scroll wheel is ideal for rapid scrolling or only scrolling slightly. Incredibly comfy. The button on the suitable side of the mouse is in a weird position for my finger, very minor dilemma and not worth deducting any eggs. Also my final mouse had a tilting scroll wheel which I occasionally miss.

Review Date: 02/02/12
MS design. Wired - no RF radiation shooting into your hadns or head. No I am not crazy - Electrical engineer right here, some decades later humaity will finally acknolwdge that RF radiatrion is nicely... radiation. I steer clear of wireless unless certainly need to use. Affordable price tag for a organization (Microsoft) identified for high-priced mice. None, except for high-end Graphics perform I use their 4000 dpi version (this one particular is 2000 dpi). Require to walk outside.

Review Date: 12/01/11
fantastic dpi on the fly switch. i had entertaining with it in a even though though playing CoD then i played an RTS game and i notice the middle button is defective! it functions often but most of the time it doesn't. i returned it. uncomfortable.cant reach the left side button which is annoying.got a defective unit.

Review Date: 08/16/11
-Price-Dpi on the fly-180 quickturn -a little too light for my liking-Side buttons are too small and a little too far forward

Review Date: 03/02/11
Cons: broke on me after 4 months, and unfortunately microsoft couldn't replace it, feels a bit cheap

Pros: Comfortable, pretty accurate, mouse wheel and dpi fly was great
Not a bad product, good ergonomics, laser sensor. Low built quality

Review Date: 02/04/11
Cons: Build construction is quite cheapClicks do not feel like a solid click at all

Pros: Good WarrantyAmbidextrous
I got this as a replacement for my Microsoft Habu from Microsoft Support because of issues with the Habu.I am disappointed with this as it feels like a tremendous step down from my Habu. The feeling, the weight all make it feel like a $20.00 mouse instead of a $49.95 mouse.Look elsewhere for a mouse which is better priced. Absolutely not worth it.

Review Date: 01/14/11
Cons: Cable is really stiffButtons 4 and 5 are a little of for useHaving the mouse ambidextrous means it feels a little off for both hands

Pros: Looks niceWorks greatLogo isn't all over itsmooth bottom for nice sliding
I'm happy with this mouse for gaming and normal use. The cable is a little stiff so you can feel it pushing back at you sometimes. The 4 and 5 buttons are a little off so you really have to adjust your grip to use them. The DPI selection buttons are really useful and the light that lets you know what DPI you are at is nice too.

Review Date: 01/08/11
Cons: Can't remap the games explorer button

Pros: Works great, cheap when on saleDPI Switching is handy
Good, cheap mouse with back and forward buttons and DPI switching. It's nice and big and is surprisingly comfortable and well layed out. It replaced a dead Intellimouse Explorer and I far prefer this one's layout.

Review Date: 12/30/10
Cons: Thumb button is too far up to use comfortably (concession made to ambidextrous design). Buttons are loud and clicky. Center buttons to adjust DPI are hard to reach/distinguish quickly by feel.

Pros: Several DPI settings make this mouse quite precise. Responsive. Ambidextrous but still acceptably ergonomic. Nice slippy feet on the bottom. Discrete segments on the mousewheel is perfect for item/gun-switching in games. DPI quick-switch buttons.
I normally only use a mousepad when I'm playing an FPS, but I suspect that it'd work just perfect at all times on a table without a mousepad.Quite good for a cheaper gaming mouse. It's comfy, works as it should, and is a great choice for all but the most-discerning users.

Review Date: 09/02/10
Cons: mouse 4 and 5 are to high Scroll button is loud/isn't smooth

Pros: Dpi settingsLaser mouseresponsiveleft and right handed
Feels a bit uncomfortable since you can use it on both of your hands. Mouse 4 and 5 are a little to high up on the mouse for me, but my hands are small. It works great on my desk without a mouse pad as well. The dpi buttons aren't in the way of anything.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

General Information
Manufacturer:Microsoft Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number:UUC-00002
Manufacturer Website Address:www.microsoft.com
Brand Name:Microsoft
Product Line:SideWinder
Product Model:X3
Product Name:SideWinder X3 Mouse
Product Type:Mouse
Pointing Device
Pointing Device Connectivity Technology:Wired
Pointing Device Wireless Technology:Not Applicable
Movement Detection:Laser
Movement Resolution:2000 dpi
Number of Total Buttons:5
Number of Programmable Buttons:5
Scroller Type:Scroll Wheel
Pointing Device Host Interface:USB
System Requirements:

Operating Systems:

  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7
  • Windows XP
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