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Release Date in Malaysia
ModelSideWinder X5
DateJul 2009
Input device
Device interfaceUSB
Buttons quantity5
Movement detection technologyLaser
Movement resolution2000 DPI
Colour of productBlack

Microsoft SideWinder X5 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2010-09-12
What is the single most important hardware for any serious gamer? Certainly some would argue that a good graphics card for the best possible eye candy, others would probably say a large TFT screen for more viewing area while others prefer ...
Reviewed on 2010-02-02
Microsoft's Sidewinder X5 is the next model up from the company's Sidewinder X3, which we looked at a few weeks ago. This model has an ergonomic design for right-handed people, making it much more comfortable to hold. The red LEDs at the back give this...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-06
For years before I got into gaming I used my trusty ol mouse and keyboard, both being Microsoft products. The Intellimouse itself held up to multiple beatings without a hiccup. I know a lot of people who have stood by their Microsoft peripherals for ev...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-08
Moisture resistant coating, constantly smooth movementBulky frame not for everyone, feels a little lightweight
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Reviewed on 2008-11-26
The previous Sidewinder had the who’s who of gaming mouse features. It had optional weights, an LCD readout to display DPI changes, interchangeable feet... the list goes on. The X5 uses the same basic design – though it is much comfier now &nd...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-14
When we last looked at Microsoft’s revitalization of the Sidewinder peripheral line, we weren’t very impressed. Though the mouse was technologically sound, it was painfully uncomfortable to use. We weren’t alone in that assessment either; sites all o...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-04
2000 DPI sensor is precise, on-the-fly DPI adjustment, lots of programmable controlsLacks some of the bells and whistles of other models, sensitivity not as high as some competing units
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Reviewed on 2008-11-03
Improved sculpt, Moisture-resistant coatingCompeting Logitech mouse offers more mouse for the buck, Lacks heft
Microsofts new SideWinder X5 Mouse is a stripped-down version of last years SideWinder Gaming Mouse. Where the original model was a packed-to-the-gills gaming powerhouse, the X5 feels flimsy and expensive for the AU$99.95 Microsoft wants you to spend...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-28
Microsoft has been making gaming gear for a while now and they have been getting pretty good at it. Microsoft’s first serious gaming mouse was the SideWinder, which came after a collaboration with Razer to produce the Habu. The original SideWinder look...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-22
On the fly dpi switching with settings up to 2000dpi, Laser tracking sensor, Large ergonomic design, 5 customizable buttons including two side buttons, Crisp feeling mouse buttons.Annoying LEDs on the back of the mouse, Shortcut key that cannot be customized, Dpi setting buttons uncomfortable to reach
The packing of the Microsoft Sidewinder X5 goes beyond the traditional or regular packaging, certainly making it stand. Its less of an eye-popping display and more of a novel design for cardboard. Like most Microsoft products, the packaging is very p...
Reviewed on 2008-10-21
Comfortable, Macro capable, ProgrammableLow sensitivity compared to other products
Today we are looking at one of Microsofts latest gaming mice called the SideWinder X5 Mouse. The mouse has an unorthodox design, but has the features you expect to see on a gaming mouse. Read on for all of the details on the SideWinder X5 Mouse....
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Reviewed on 2008-10-20
Very comfortable for prolonged use, Well textured/ good grip, Contoured to allow your fingers the rest they deserve, Mouse scroll is the best of its kindOnly for the right-handed, Not recommended for people with small hands, DPI keys cannot be reassigned, Middle clicks too deep, Few programmable buttons
Back in the day, shopping for gaming peripherals meant sifting through a ton of Microsofts SideWinder products to find what you needed. Everything from SideWinder controllers, to joysticks, to force-feedback steering wheels lined hardware stores; to s...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-14
Microsoft has sent me a whole box of goodies to review recently and in amongst the pile of goodness is something sinister looking; something very black and very evil...The SideWinder X5 Gaming Mouse. This is a modified version of the classic SideWin...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-23
Microsoft isn’t letting up these days with their resurrected SideWinder line offering more gaming peripherals lately. Their last mouse that I reviewed, the SideWinder Mouse, was a good attempt at a high end gaming mouse but I found it to be average for...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-21
Performs capably for gaming; Very comfortable form factor is great for those with larger hands; three backlit dedicated resolution buttons; Vertically stacked thumb buttons are quite easy to use.Too lightweight with no way of increasing heft; Only five of the nine buttons are programmable; Options are too limited for price point, considering the competition; Ultimately feels too “economy class”; What the hell is the point of that Quic...
Performs capably for gaming; Very comfortable form factor is great for those with larger hands; three backlit dedicated resolution buttons; Vertically stacked thumb buttons are quite easy to use. LowsToo lightweight with no way of increasing heft; Only...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-17
The hot new Sidewinder Microsoft gaming gear has hit. You’ll see a review of the freaky X6 keyboard next week, but as it is Mouse Review Week (at least where I am), I’m just going to be covering the enormous X5 gaming mouse. It’s big. I felt like I was...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-15
Resolution adjustable on the fly, Very long offering plenty of support for the hand, Buttons under the thumb well placed, Laser sensor works on all surface, 2000 dpi at 1000 HzDisconcerting shape, Fixed frequency of 1000 Hz uses lots of system resources, Fairly basic driver, Laser sensor loses its way above 1.5 m/s, Red lights make it look like a gaming mouse, which may not please everybody
The good news first: Microsoft has created a more affordable version of the Sidewinder, their mouse aimed specifically at gamers.And now the bad news: given that the original Sidewinder was released in 2007, its price has gradually fallen and it is now...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-10
Easy to use software, Adjustable backlighting, Rotary knobs, Same size, more keys/functions, (Un)mountable numpadFeels bit "plastic", No height control at the back, No USB hub
Gaming related hardware and markets for them are booming. Gaming has become a type of electronic sport that have athletes competing against one another. If one believes that the hardware can give an edge over the opponent, one will use it without hesi...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-09
Awesome appearance. DPI adjustment feature is handy. Fantastic build quality, as usual.Slightly oversized still. Perhaps the weights should have been retained?
A great mouse that enriches your gaming experience. Brilliant design and attention to detail, Microsoft has once again given Logitech something to think about....
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Reviewed on 2008-08-30
Sensitivity up to 2,000dpi, selectable through mouse buttons, Forward and back buttons better positioned to avoid accidents, Ergonomic, Aesthetically appealingRight button easy to click accidentally
There was a time when the idea of a high-performance gaming mouse could be considered gimmicky, if not laughable. For the most part, after all, a mouse was a mouse, and game developers couldnt assume you had anything special. The concept managed to g...
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