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Mionix Avior 7000

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Middle mouse click broke. Hardly registers anymore. Had I bought from European retailer I'd have gotten 24 month warranty instead of the 12 months from MD. This is the first mouse I have ever owned that failed.
Purchased this in January of 2015. It served me well until the mouse button started to miss clicks which is very annoying. Unfortunately I'm out of the warranty now so I've switched to my old steel series.
My middle mouse click is also failing. It's been about 21 months since I have received this mouse. Guess I'll be trying out some other brand.
Hello all, I just published my review of the SK version of this mouse on youtube at the following link. I hope it helps you!
Scrollwheel also died here after a few months, good mouse otherwise. (Too lazy to sent it in for warranty stuff it's not over yet anyways...)
Unfortunate that it's a common issue otherwise it's a very nice mouse.
I ordered back in Feb 15 and the middle click is kinda hit and miss nowadays...
I have this mouse. The wheel click stopped working, was able to rebind that mouse3 click to a side button. I had a naos5000 whose wheel click also stopped after long usage. The wheel squeaked really loud too. For both mouses, everything but the wheel was solid.
Hi, I am looking for some help from the MassDrop Support Team with the last drop this product had. I purchased it in June of 2015 and today it malfunctioned and is now broken. I would like to know if the drop that I was apart of had the 1 year warranty and how to go about getting it replaced.
Thank you!
Remza
I'd recommend going through Mionix' site to try to get that resolved, but I'm not sure. That's what I'm doing, though. Hopefully someone from Massdrop will be able to answer?
does the wheel click or does not click?
psc0425
It clicks. I've been using one of these at home for ~2 years, and one at the office for 1 year, and they both still work great.
i have the avior sk version brand new for sale. email me at fadingfiction at gmail
Got this in the May '15 drop, currently going through the RMA process for a wonky scroll wheel button that has become harder and harder to click. Also, from early on I noticed that the wheel internals weren't even all the way around, as at certain rotations it would be easier to click than at others.
Still, I liked this mouse for general office stuff. (Palm grip, and I have small hands.)
And despite the complaints, this really just seems to be the way that consumer electronics are going, to beat an old drum. (had a Logitech mouse where the left button started doubleclicking on its own, and a Razer Mamba that developed scroll wheel button problems)
my avior 7000 from June 2015 drop just stopped working. System doesn`t recognize it anymore "A request for the USB device descriptor failed." Nice timing... cause I took part in last avior SK drop so replacement is already coming...
Heads up: I bought this mouse in August of 2015 and it burned out already here in December. I submitted an RMA but I would seriously reconsider buying from this company if you are in the market for a mouse.
Not happy with this drop at all. Purchased the mouse during the August 2015 drop and received it on Aug 28. The mouse functioned fine, but the customization software and firmware updates never recognized the mouse. I contacted their tech support and after weeks of back and forth, finally shipped the mouse to Sweden for a replacement. I received the replacement a few days ago and... the mouse still isn't recognized by the customization software. I don't know if the problem is on my end or what, but their tech support doesn't seem to have an answer. The new mouse still functions (for how long?) but I could have saved money and headache just buying a mouse without LEDs. At least I'm stuck with blue.
Just got my mouse today! And i absolutely LOVE IT! Thanks Massdrop! :D
Mine is getting here today! :D
Mine has shipped and gets here tomorrow. Can't wait!
How is it possible that it was shipped so fast? Is it the real shipment or just generated tracking number?
Mine just shipped, my buddy is going to love his bday present. :D
Great news group! The vendor has let us know that the group's order was picked up and is on its way to our warehouse now. Based on the tracking provided these are scheduled to come in 11/2. Our warehouse team has been forwarded tracking info and will be standing by, ready to get these packed up and turned around as soon as they come in.
Sometimes shipments get delayed en route, not to worry as we will keep the group posted throughout the process and notify you all if anything causes delay.
Thanks for your patience and expect an update from us on 11/3 or sooner if something comes up.
Thanks again for joining this drop! With your help we were able to make it successful for the community. We've just submitted the group's order with the vendor for the Mionix Avior 7000 and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.
As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will send the bulk shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey where our warehouse team will break it up into individual orders and ship them directly to you! The current estimated ship date from our warehouse is 11/9.
Rest assured that we we will provide you all with updated information regarding the status of your order throughout the process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 10/23.
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The Mionix's factory is in Shenzhen City,Guangdong Province,China.Not from Sweden. :)
Everest
Right, I forgot that nowadays nearly everything is "Made in China" :( And then there are posts about broken Avior's scroll button...
I am looking for a mouse for design. I work with vector graphics so precision is important. I also like somewhat heavy mice.
Currently I use a4 tech x7. Before I had a couple of x4 and x7. They work perfect, but I kill them very fast, one a year, so I decided to try something new.
Is this one gonna suit my needs? Oh, and I'm on a mac.
I have unlocked $39.99 price :)
To bad that estimated ship date is 9 Nov + shipping to Poland and I will be waiting forever :(
Tell everyone! almost at a good price
man, i really wish this had adjustable weights :(
Sensor on this thing is amazing. Definitely buy if you're thinking about it.
Received the 7000 to day and first impressions are favourable... well built, real nice braided cable (it's light so no noticeable drag), buttons are perfect and scroll feel decent with a hint of ratchet feeling I'm use to...
The soft touch coating takes a bit of getting use to, a little slippery but after some use perhaps... I ordered the 7000 as I have big hands and though perhaps the shape might suit but my little finger is still dragging... I need a bigger mouse ;)
Overall, I'm happy with my purchase, next I'm going to try the Mad Catz 7...
MikeOToole
Hey Mike. If you have bigger than average hands and you don't want your pinki to drag on the mousepad while using the mouse the best thing that I can suggest is getting a mouse with a pinki rest, such as a Mad Catz 7 or something like a large mmo gaming mouse. i have the logitech one and I have very big hands. MY hand fits on it completely with no pinki drag at all.
*Pinki = Little finger
I bought a few of these and gave them to some gamer friends who were in need of a new mouse.
I myself am a righty, play the odd league game now and then but mostly use the mouse for report writing at work. The buttons on my inside are a nice touch, I use them to flip back and forth between pages of my reports. The other four buttons I don't have set for anything other than the default settings because a) I can't think of a need for them and b) I don't really use them in game. I grip my mouse palm style most of the time.
One mouse I gave to a left-handed buddy (since the mouse is marketed as ambidextrous) and he hates it. He tried using it for a good two weeks before switching back to his half-dead mouse (I think it was a Razr with like seven buttons on the thumb side?). His main complaint was that the buttons on the outside and under the wheel were annoying to him and he kept hitting them by accident during games. FYI he's a 5'11", 180lbs guy with big hands and I think he grips his mouse claw-style.
The other guy I gave it to is a righty and he's sort of indifferent to it. He likes the simplistic look of the mouse but said that the matte finish starts to rub off pretty quickly for him. Buttons are give or take, he never really used them much to begin with. He's 5'5", 140lbs and grips his mouse claw-style.
The last guy actually just came over to my house and tried it on my computer. He didn't like the design, thought the buttons were oddly placed which is probably a result of the ambidextrous design. Also thought that the construction felt flimsy and was afraid of banging my mouse on the table during particularly angry moments. He's 5'11" (or 5'10", can't remember), 170lbs, a righty and grips his mouse claw-style.
Hope this helps!
rachel
I thought you said one of your friends "has been raving about this non-stop to me" ?
Tigole
That would be the second guy (righty and sort of indifferent). He later came back to me after swapping between this one and the old one he had and said he jumped the gun. Upon reevaluation he think's there isn't much difference between this one and his (I THINK) DeathAdder.
Also sorry I took so long to reply I didn't realize there was a reply.
The mouse itself is brilliant but the software/firmware and lack of support for anything that isn't their newest product from Mionix are shockingly bad.