No software is included with the Mionix Naos 3200, instead it includes a leaflet which prompts you to visit Mionix’s website where the driver is readily available. As the software is only a 2.6MB file anyway, it literally takes seconds to download and install.
The software included with the Naos 3200 resides in the notification area of the taskbar as the Mionix logo and can be opened by right clicking the icon and selecting ‘configuration’. Once opened, the software loads very quickly and is very easy to work around.
The first screen allows you to assign different roles to the 7 buttons. These include scroll up/down, default commands (left/right click, scroll click, forward/back, dpi up/down/roll), custom single key assignments, recorded macros or disable the buttons altogether. You can also change double click, scroll and pointer acceleration from this screen.
The ‘Custom Settings’ screen allows you to change the LED colour at different DPI presets (controlled by pressing the DPI up/down buttons). Also it allows you to change pointer speed, polling rate and turn on/off the LEDs.
The ‘Macro Settings’ screen simply allows you to create, configure and delete macros.