Mionix Naos QG Review

About The Mouse

  • Sensor: 3360 Optical (Extremely Good)
  • Weight: 106g
  • Buttons: Omron Switches
  • Size: Large
  • Game Types: MOBA and RTS
Hand Size Guide

These are not exact measurements, only use them as a rough guide:

  • Palm 16-20cm / 6.3-7.9″
  • Claw 16-20cm / 6.3-7.9″
  • Fingertip 17-20.5cm / 6.7-8.1″

Review for Wired and Wireless versions

General Thoughts:

Mionix quality, top optical sensor, light buttons, ergonomic design, reasonable weight, this could be a great option for people who want their fingers rested… but if you don’t need the heart and skin monitoring, then you can get the Naos 7000 instead.

The Shape

Obviously the most distinguishing feature on the mouse is the right side, where you can rest your ring and little fingers. I’d usually call this an unsafe shape, because it forces you to position your fingers in a certain way. Great for people who want that rest. Bad for people with grip styles that aren’t compatible. Strangely enough, I can grip it comfortably in palm, claw and fingertip, and that’s with hands that are about 18cm long and 9cm wide.


I think it’s a top quality mouse, it’s just the shape isn’t for me. So don’t let that deter you… if this is the kind of mouse you want, then definitely consider it as an option. So in short: Great mouse, recommended, but only if you like the shape.

Naos QG

Naos 7000

Naos QG

Naos 7000

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