Microsoft's IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 is one of the most iconic mice around. I've had one for what seems like forever, and it still works well on TR test rigs. But the decade-old design also lacks on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment and some of the other perks that have become standard equipment on more modern rodents. So, when Cooler Master aped the IntelliMouse for its new Mizar mouse, I had to check one out for myself.
The IntelliMouse's evil twin arrived at the Benchmarking Sweatshop late last week, and I'll be putting the thing through its paces over the next little while. Stay tuned for a full review. We'll see if the Mizar is worth the $60 Newegg is charging right now.
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