Conclusion


The Feenix Nascita is what a gaming mouse should be, it’s comfortable thanks to its well thought design and it tracks perfectly on any surface I tried. The Nascita will work on any type of mousepad surface or even just your desk, but you’ll most certainly want to pair it with a decent gaming centric mousepad to get the best performance.

The DPI adjustments are easily made thanks to the nice large buttons behind the scroll wheel.

Feenix was nice enough to include an extra pair of mouse skates for when you eventually wear the originals out from all the gaming that you’ll be enjoying with this mouse.

Feenix provides personalize support, and from my experience, they respond the same day, you couldn’t ask for anything more really.

Some users might miss the lack of customization options that other gaming mice have, and I thought I would, but I don’t really. The Nascita is a pure gaming mouse, it’s simple yet it excels in everything you need it to do.  It’s a no frills gaming mouse that puts gaming ahead of everything else, and that’s what a gaming mouse should be.

The only real issue I have with the Nascita is that it doesn’t remember the DPI settings I last used. When I power the computer on I have to reset the DPI back to what it was when I turned the computer off last. This isn’t that big of an issue, just a minor annoyance really, but it’s something that users should be aware of.

Other than that small issue, the Feenix Nascita is one of the best gaming mice I’ve ever had the chance to review or own.

 

 

9 EDITOR5


Pros:
+Excellent tracking
+Aesthetically pleasing
+Well made
+Personalized support
+Anti-slip, anti-sweat grip
+Water/liquid resistant
+Weighted well

Cons:
-Doesn’t remember settings

Grades: 9 out of 10
Overall score-9-10
Design / Aesthetic score-10-10
Value / Price score-10-10
Performance / Usage score-9-10

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