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Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse

Creative  Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse
alaScore 79

178 reviews

Sep, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 178 reviews of Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse. The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. People really like the design. The price also gets good reviews. There are some less positive reviews about the reliability and size.

price, design

usability, durability, size, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review by: (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 89 user reviews of Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 2.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on Amazon.com. Reviewers really like the size and usability. The design and price also get good feedback, whereas there are some less positive reviews about the reliability and durability.

price, design, usability, size

durability, reliability

40% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Creative Labs Fatal1ty 1010 Gaming MouseCreative Labs Fatal1ty 1010 Gaming Mouse

Sep, 2015

Expert review by: Will Greenwald (cnet.com)

Creative Fatal1ty 1010 mouse review: Creative Fatal1ty 1010 mouse

 

Creative Fatal1ty 1010 mouse

Comfortable feel; interchangeable weights; responsive tracking; easily adjustable sensitivity; neat color-changing light on sensitivity switch.

Difficult-to-press thumb button; oversensitive third-finger button; very short cord.

The Creative Fatal1ty 1010 has useful features such as swappable weights and adjustable sensitivity levels, but subtle design flaws keep it from becoming our favorite.

Feb, 2006

Expert review by: Evan Blass (engadget.com)

Creative's Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse reviewed

 

Do you think that when he's old and gray, eyes glazed over and hands clenched in an arthritic claw, Jonathan Wendel will sit his grandchildren on his lap and regale them with tales of his days as the great "Fatal1ty"? Or will he keep his 1337-inspired...

Jan, 2006
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Expert review by: Asher Moses (cnet.com.au)

Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse

 

A superb, intricately designed mouse for the serious gamer.

Great design ; Sensitivity can be modified on the fly ; Lots of customisable buttons ; Selectable weights

Relatively expensive ; Right-handers only ; Benefits only noticeable to hardcore gamers

Aug, 2006

Consumer review by: hunting for a mouse (newegg.com)

fail1ty

 

This problem started a few months after I bought if from a store. I didn't keep my receipt. Now Creative will not give me an RMA b/c I can't prove I bought it. You would think a $40+ mouse would work well. But then making the RMA of it a PINA is just...

nice to be able to control the dpi with a button ; weights are neat but never really swap them ; umm you don't have to clean its ball

left clicks started to register as double clicks. now they just fail to register at all. mouse is totally busted ; the size is kinda small I think it was built for elven people

Nov, 2007

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

don't even think

 

this 1010 or new 2020 is expensive garbage would not recommend buying this thing unless u want a toy for your cat

when it worked i like the mice nice design and feel to it

stopped working after 2 month left click will double click making mice worthless, i went to store and confronted manager and got 2020 as replacement, but new mice failed as well about 1 month

Nov, 2007

Consumer review by: +EK+Wipboy (newegg.com)

Not too shabby

 

Nice glossy appearance.

Oct, 2007

Consumer review by: Takafumi (newegg.com)

Mixed Feelings and Some Anger

 

I rated this 'Average' because that's what it is. I would price this mouse at $15, no more. I really wish it were better because it has a good shape and a good outline. The drivers also are very poor (don't install them and use the WinXP default...

I really like this mouse's shape, button configuration, and overall concept. The optical engine itself is accurate (after upping the USB polling rate to 250Mhz min.). DPI adjustability is handy. The adjustable weight system also adds some benefits,...

While the concept of the mouse is good, the execution I've found to be severely lacking. Most notably, I began experiencing The "double-click" issue mentioned in other reviews after about 90 days. I could remove the weights, bang, twist, jimmy, and...

Sep, 2007

Consumer review by: vs9mm (newegg.com)

UPDATED

 

Creative warranty is poor $25 min to fix the mouse. Buyer beware. I had some good times with the mouse though, but only for 10 months. Going back to logitech now.

comfortable for my grip style, nice extra buttons, easy dpi change on the fly

poor integration of software with programs. I could only get the other mouse buttons to work in BF2, BF2142, and now Quake Wars ; Right mouse button is dead after 10 months of use

Sep, 2007

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Horrible

 

For the low price ..this is a great deal. Newegg ROCKS!!!

It looks like a mouse

This thing is a truly awful. From the construction where you can add 3 different sized weights that click but don't lock in and will inevitably fall out and roll to the most difficult to reach spot in the room. the left mouse button will alternatively...

Sep, 2007

Consumer review by: NicolasKL (newegg.com)

Stay away, unless it's free

 

I got this mouse free after rebate, if you paid more than that you got ripped off. If you have one of these I suggest RMAing it over and over again to teach Creative a lesson: not to sell utter trash to customers. If you complain enough supposedly...

None. Honestly

Within a month or two of getting this mouse the left button stopped working correctly. You click it once and it either double clicks or doesn't click it all. It's a known design flaw that almost everyone is experiencing and Creative insists it doesn't...

Sep, 2007

Product Specifications

To play your best, use the same equipment as the best. The Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse was designed with every last detail scrutinized by the world's top FPS (First Person Shooter) gamer, Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel. The ingenious G-Weight modular weight system is the ultimate way to customize your gaming experience on the fly. The high definition HD-Optix engine enables deadly accuracy in any game. RapidRes with visual resolution indicator takes full advantage of HD-Optix power, letting you switch instantly between optical resolutions (400/800/1600 CPI). The SpeedWire cable enables the fastest connection possible to your PC ensuring every move and motion is executed flawlessly. Enter the world of the gaming elite using the Creative Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse - your competitors don't stand a chance! This product features 3 Weight Modules (1X 3.5g / 1X 11g / 1X 26).

Header

Compatibility:PC
Manufacturer:Creative Technology
Model:Fatal1ty 1010 Mouse
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Creative

Input Device

Buttons Qty:5
Connectivity Technology:Wired
Form Factor:External
Interface (DB):USB
Movement Detection Technology:Optical
Type:Mouse

System Requirements

OS Required:Microsoft Windows XP
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