NAOS 3200 - Mionix Support Portal

NAOS 3200 - Mionix Support Portal
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NAOS 3200
LIGHT-YEARS AHEAD OF THE GAME - MIONIX.NET
SOFTWARE MANUAL
CONTENT
GET STARTED............................................................................3
PRODUC T OVERVIEW . . ..............................................................4
MOUSE SET TINGS.....................................................................5
Play it after your likings
Button assignment
Double click
Scroll speed
Pointer acceleration
Polling rate
PROFILES...................................................................................8
General
Import & export profiles
SENSOR PERFORMANCE.. .........................................................9
Dpi settings
Pointer speed
Lift distance
Surface quality analyzer tool S.Q.A.T
COLOR SET TINGS......................................................................11
Led effects
Color change
MACRO SET TINGS.....................................................................12
General
Record a new macro
Insert mouse event
Insert & edit delays
Additional commands
SUPPORT . . ..................................................................................14
Software updates
Firmware upgrades
GET STARTED
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INSTALL ATION
The Mionix Naos 3200 is a full-speed USB gaming mouse. The mouse is
plug and play, all you need to do is connect the mouse into a free USB port,
the LED-lights on the mouse will light up and the mouse is ready to use.
your operative system should automatically recognize the mouse without
restarts or further actions.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7
Available USB port
40 mb free space on hard drive
CUSTOMIZ ATION
To customize your Mionix Naos 3200 you need to download the software
and software manual from www.mionix.net. At the moment the software is
available for Windows operating systems.
• Mionix Naos 3200 laser gaming mouse
INSTALL ATION OF SOFT WARE
1. Go to www.mionix.net /list.php?c=naos3200 and download the latest
software.
2. Unpack the file and double click the setup.exe to iniciate the installation.
3. Select a folder where you want the software to be installed.
4. After the installation, press continue.
5. After the installation is completed the software window will pop-up and
a Mionix symbol will appear in your taskbar. No further actions is necessary,
you are good to go.
PACK AGE CONTENT
• Get star ted guide
SUPPORT
If you have any questions or experience problems with your new
product, do not hesitate to contact us. we will more than gladly
help you. For technical support or other questions about Mionix
Naos 3200, please visit our support section.
COMPLIANCE
This product is compliant to FCC, CE, WEEE and ROHS. For more
compliance information please visit www.mionix.nett
WARR ANT Y
Warranty for Mionix products only covers defects caused by manufacturing. The warranty do not cover defects caused by any kind
of usage that is not attributable to the manufacturing process.
All our gaming mice have a warranty period of 2 years. Do NOT try
to repair your product, if You cause damage to the product while
trying to repair it, the warranty will not be valid.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
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MODEL OVERVIEW
The unique shape of Mionix Naos 3200 supports the whole hand without compromising ergonomics or a steady grip. Mionix Naos 3200 is equipped with only carefully
selected high-end components paired up with reliable LED-optical sensor technology
which offers durability, performance and accuracy. Save your settings and macros in
the built-in memory. No additional software or driver installation is needed. Wherever you go, just plug in the mouse and get started. Mionix Naos 3200 also features
customizable LED-light system and dpi-step color indicator, allowing you to customize
it to your liking.
FE ATURES
• Truly ergonomic design
Truly ergonomic design with support for all five fingers
• Plug n Play
Completely Plug n Play, software needed only for configuration
• Maximum grip
The rubber coating ensures a maximum grip
• 3200 dpi LED-optical sensor
Reliable and accurate LED-optical sensor technology
• Built-in memor y
Bring your settings and recorded macros with you
• Customizable LED light system
Personalize your mouse with your favorite color
• 3 steps customizable dpi in-game adjustment
Choose from 3 dpi steps and switch between them in-game
• 7 programmable but tons
The buttons can be assigned to any key command or macro
• Adjustable polling rate
Tune it all the way up to 1000Hz through the software
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MOUSE SETTINGS
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PL AY IT AFTER YOUR LIKINGS
The Mionix Naos 3200 software is stuffed with all
kinds of settings that comes handy for any gamer.
The following pages will describe each setting and
how to use it properly.
The first that you meet is the regular windows
pointer settings together with the button configuration menus. By default, button 6 and 7 is assigned to dpi step up and down and the mouse communicates with the USB port at 500 Hz.
The 7 buttons on the mouse are all programmable.
Assign a single key stroke, mouse command or macro directly to one of the buttons with the software.You will also find pre-configured commands such
as in-game profile switch, scroll up and down and
in-game dpi switch in the button assignment menu.
IMPORTANT : When you change a setting, do not forget to press the "apply " button to save the new settings.
The settings is saved after a few seconds when the LED -lights stops blinking. When you are done, press "Ok "
and the software will automatically minimize to the tray icon. To Minimize without saving your new settings,
press "Cancel ".
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MOUSE SETTINGS
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BUT TON ASSIGNMENT
When you click on a button a dropdown menu shows up. To assign any of
the commands, choose one from the menu and then press the "apply" button. The default commands and the macro assignment is separated from
the main menu to make the configuration easier.
The button assign menu also has some additional commands and a single
key stroke can be binded directly from the drop down menu to one of the
buttons. Choose the "Single key assign..." from the menu, insert the key
stroke you want to bind in the text field and press the "Ok" button.
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MOUSE SETTINGS
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DOUBLE CLICK
The Double click setting determines the response of the double click in Windows. Slow in this case means that the mouse
accepts longer interval between the clicks and fast means a
shorter interval between the clicks.
SCROLL SPEED
This setting controls the amount of rows of each scroll step.
Choose from 1-6 steps or a whole page. Don't forget to press
the "apply" button to save the new settings to the mouse
memory.
POINTER ACCELER ATION
With this setting the mouse movements can be accelerated.
The acceleration is ratio based and follows the sensitivity
settings. By default this function is disabled.
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CUSTOM SETTINGS
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DPI SET TINGS
I guess it’s no news that different game situations requires different
sensitivity. Assign different colors to the dpi steps and when you switch
between the steps in-game the different colors works as a indicator.
To change between the steps, mouse button 6 and 7 is set to dpi up and
down by default.
POINTER SPEED
The system mouse pointer can be set from 1 to 10. From default the
pointer sensitivity is set to 6. It is recommendable to use a value around
5-6 and then adjust the dpi sensitivity or in-game pointer sensitivity to
fit your unique gaming style.
POLLING R ATE
The USB polling rate determines how often the mouse sends information
to your computer and it is measured in Hz. The default USB polling rate is
different from computer to computer but via the driver software you can
force the USB polling rate to report at your desired speed.
If the polling rate is set to 1000Hz, the mouse can send reports every 1
millisecond, 500 Hz is equal to every 2 milliseconds. Increasing the polling
rate will improve the tracking at the tradeoff of using more CPU capacity,
if you use a old computer make sure that the polling rate is not to high as
it can cause CPU spikes.
To change the polling rate, click on the desired update frequence and
press the ”Apply ” button
LED EFFEC TS
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MACRO SETTINGS
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GENER AL
Set up advanced commands with the macro manager and
carry them with you into one of the mouse profiles. The
macro manager records both mouseclicks and accurate
time delays and is very easy to manage. All your recorded macros are listed to the left and the recorded commands of each macros appears in the middle.
The mouse memory supports up to 30 different macros
with a limitation of 10 commands on each macro.
RECORD A NEW MACRO
Step 1
To start record a new macro, click on the "New macro"
button. A textfield in the left column will appear where
you can give the new macro a suitable name, press "enter" when you are done.
Step 2
To start record your events, press the "start record"
button in the column to the right. If you want to record
real-time delays between the commands, mark the alternative "Record delay" before you press the ”start record ”
button.
Step 3
When you finished, press the "Stop record" button.
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SUPPORT
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For frequently asked questions or further information, go to Mionix website. Mionix offers a online
support consisting of a software manual and a F.A.Q
database. If you can't solve the problem feel free to
contact us. Use our support mail application under
the support section on mionix.net and we will come
back to you as fast as possible.
SOFT WARE UPDATES
The "Check for updates" button will forward you to
the support section at mionix.net. Make sure that
you export the profiles you want to keep before
you install a software update. If you encounter any
trouble installing the new software, see our F.A.Q
or contact our support.
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