Point, Click, Destroy
Now, let's get down and dirty with the software side of things and explore the in-system configuration options.
Downloading and installing the latest driver is always recommended. Once installed, we are presented with the tweaking tools.
The first thing I notice is no fancy flashy GUI for Mionix. THANK GOD! What is wrong with things looking traditional people?! You don't need some work of art GUI to impress us gamers, so long as the options are well tooled and easy to find.
The button options allow you to configure all the standard button choices, as well as double click speed.
Scroll speed is handled easily, either by lines or a page at a time.
Cursor acceleration and speed is easy to adjust, although if you have used a gaming mouse before you will probably not want any acceleration to your mouse.
The DPI adjustments are saved to the mouse itself so that when you unplug and take your mouse along to another machine your special setup will be maintained.
Macros can be assigned to some of the keys which is always useful in games like World of Warcraft. The macro recording process is all spelled out for you on this screen too, so it's easy enough to get right.
And finally an About screen linking to Mionix's website along with their green logo.
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