Func MS-3 R.2 Gaming Mouse and Surface 1030 r2 Mouse Pad Review

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Final Thoughts and Conclusion

10302 L Mouse Pad

Mouse pads are simple in their function and design and the 10302 doesn’t stray far from that principle to become something it shouldn’t. What Func has done with the traditional hard mouse pad is give options on hand. You can choose between two surface grains for different levels of friction and there’s a mouse cord clip that’s optional in its own right. It would be really interesting if was a development to choose the thickness of a mousepad without charging a price that insults the simplicity of the mouse pad.Func Surface 1030-2 LIf you are the type of person who digs hard mouse pads, then the 10302 is definitely something to consider. However, despite Func laying claim to bringing the first dual-sided gaming mouse pad to the market which they probably did, competitors have done a very good job with their own creative stab at the idea. The Razer Vespula includes a gel wrist rest and the Corsair MM600 is a single piece with an aluminum core. In addition with the 10302 costing $34.99 with $5.67 shipping on Newegg, Func’s dual-sided mouse pad is priced closely to Razer’s and Corsair’s own dual-sided mouse pads.Func MS-3 and Surface 1030-2 LMS-3 Gaming Mouse

The MS-3 is a big gaming mouse and that’s the most important consideration before going out to buy this mouse. The valuation of the other features of course can be judged as you see fit, but we had a good experience with the MS-3. It has a very well thought out ergonomic design that allows for comfortable usage for long periods. The high-end features such as the lighting and sensitive laser sensor lend to some fun. The mouse software gives a wide range of customization over several settings and was intuitive to use.Func MS-3 Gaming MouseThe few things we can fault the MS-3 for are minor, but they must be acknowledged because no mouse is ever perfect. The matte black finish is easily scratched though it is a problem common to any mouse that has this finish. The mouse software doesn’t allow for precise tuning of the LED colors with the sliders. The software macro editor can use more functionality to make recording macros more forgiving. The Func MS-3 falls closer to the more expensive side of laser gaming mice, costing $59.99 with $1.99 shipping on Newegg, but with a shape unlike any other, this mouse is worth of consideration and our recommendation.

LR Recommended Award

Legit Bottom Line: Big, heavy, and possibly overthought out, the Func MS-3 gaming mouse is ready to rumble through your games.

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  • alice

    nice

  • Nacelle

    Personally, I don’t care for finger rests. It makes it hard to pick up the mouse to preposition it. I’d rather have a flat surface on the right.

    • Urseus Arktos

      How does it make it harder to pick up the mouse? o.O…I, myself, think the ergonomic design will do a lot for me. I’ve had embarrassing deaths on games many a time because I wasn’t holding my mouse comfortably

      • Nacelle

        I squeeze the mouse on the sides to pick it up. Thumb on one side, pinky + ring finger on the other. Without a flat surface, my fingers slip off. Which means I have to squeeze harder than I otherwise would to hold the mouse.

        • Urseus Arktos

          Strange. I hold the mouse full handed when picking it up. Flat surfaces tend to be more slippery for me and according to basic physics than not flat surfaces

        • Nacelle

          My Razer Death Adder has a rubber grip on it’s right side.

        • Nacelle

          With pressure coming in straight from the side, an angled surface is more likely to cause your fingers to slip off.
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