ZOWIE MiCO Gaming Mouse Review

/ 7 years ago


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Input devices will always be essential on a computer and peoples opinions on what makes a good mouse, for instance will vary so much that it is impossible to design a mouse that fits everyone’s tastes. Manufactures for this reason design input devices, especially mice, to fit into a certain category. These can be ‘Home and Office use’, ‘Gamer’, ‘Graphic Designer’ and loads others. The hardest to please of those is usually the Gaming type user, who relies on his mouse and keyboard to play the games. For some people out there, gaming is not just something to do on a wet day and there is certainly a lot of money to be made as a professional gamer.

The mouse we are looking at today has been classified as a gaming mouse, although at first looks it looks a bit too sedate and normal to qualify. According to ZOWIE themselves; The MiCO is a small, lightweight ambidextrous mouse, which is perfect for gamers who demand ultimate performance from their mice and prefer the claw-grip playing style.


  • Ambidextrous competitive gaming mouse, usable with both hands
  • Perfect for claw-grip and gamers with small hands
  • ZOWIE custom lens; 2mm lift-off distance – works on all surfaces
  • Co-developed with professional StarCraft & StarCraft 2 players from Korea
  • Lightweight, fast and accurate optical gaming mouse
  • No drivers or software! Just plug and play
  • Adjustable DPI: 400/800/1600
  • Operating System: Win2000/XP/VISTA/7 Mac OS X v10.2 after


  • Dots Per Inch: 400/800/1600
  • Max. Acceleration: up to 30G
  • Max. Speed: up to 50 inches/second
  • USB report rate: 500Hz
  • Length of cable: 1.8m / 5.8 ft
  • Weight: 68g (ex. cable)
  • Connector: USB Buttons: 3


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3 Responses to “ZOWIE MiCO Gaming Mouse Review”
  1. lucas4 says:

    looks like a decent mouse, but why oh why did they only equip it with 3 buttons and not 5 :(!

  2. aruffell says:

    Doesn't make sense, and looks basic to me, but im funny when it comes to mice, hence using my trusty old mx1000.

  3. Nice!!! By the time it comes out It will play well on my EVGA GTX 1080 LoL

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