Software: The software package is fairly simple and easy to use, while the programmable buttons and profiles make it easy to configure the Avatar to any specific preference under any game out there.
Price: Currently retailing for around $70, the Avatar is cheaper than the Razer Boomslang, as well as the steelseries Ikari, while still sporting many of the same features of its more expensive rivals.
Ambidextrous: The Avatar is well designed for both dextral and sinistral-handed people, while still sporting 7 programmable buttons
Not Comfortable for the Big-Handed: The Avatar’s size makes it a bit smaller than we would’ve like to have seen, which made the mouse somewhat uncomfortable for those of us with giant monkey paws. We also had a hard time not hitting the right button with our ring finger due to its ambidextrous design.
Profiles Not Game-Specific: It would’ve been nice to see the profiles change automatically based on whatever game you load up; instead you are limited to five active configurations which have to be changed prior to running the game or bind a button to swap them on the fly.