Mionix MNX-01-26003-G NAOS QG Optical Smart Gaming Mouse, Dark Gray Review: Page 5 of 6
Posted by Lance Carter on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 - 2:09pm
The software of the Mionix NAOS QG is called the Hub. Here you have Quantified Gaming stats, Instant Stats, Button programming, Performance adjustment, RGB Color change, and Information/Updates. Also, you can have up to 6 profiles.
Quantified Gaming has recorded stats for Clicks, Distance Traveled, Time used in an hour, Scroll steps, Heart Rate (bpm), Clicks per/s. Speed km/h, GSR.
Statistics has graphs for Heart Rate, Clicks/second, and Speed.
Buttons have all seven buttons that can be reprogrammed.
List of Default commands
List of Media commands
List of Keyboard shortcuts
Performance is where to adjust Accuracy (DPI), Angle Snapping, Angle Tuning, Polling Rate, Safety click latency, Heart rate sensor.
Color is where you can adjust the RGB colors.
Info has links to Firmware updates, FAQs, Support, and Mionix main web page.
On Screen Display seen in the upper right of the screen can be downloaded at www.overwolf.com you will need to download their app. then download the overlay for the NAOS QG.