Mionix Saiph 1800

Christopher Fredriksson
July 13, 2009

Today we're having a look at the Saiph 1800, which is a gaming mouse, from Mionix. This is our first review on Mionix gear and we have a few more coming in the next couple of days.

Short information about Mionix.

Stars have always been important to every culture or ideology. In many regions they were also identified with gods, spirits, mysticism and priests by their people. Stars have been used in religious practices but even for navigation. Many stars and even the sun have their own myths and the most prominent stars were also given powerful names. In some cultures stars were thought to be the souls of dead kings and gods. Mionix gaming gear like this individual prominent stars have their own myths. Mionix gaming gear, just like stars has unique characteristics and capabilities.

Mionix was founded in 2007 and our head office is situated in south of Sweden. Our goal is to develop products with high performance and suitability for all type of players. Mionix stands for quality, design and a touch of innovation. Our crew are all specialists with a lot of experience of e-gaming which is a must to be able to bring forward top products to gamers. All Mionix products are also named after visible stars in the sky and the combination of innovation, performance helps you to stay "light-years ahead of the game"!
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On next page we'll take a look at the mouse itself.


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