idk seems like that to me too
However many pros use them so its really famous, i use logitech the higher mouses are costly in logitech as well(deserved) but the mid range ones are really good for the price
Corsair is good too
i have a zowie monitor and mouse and they are great. monitor is good 144 hz for price
idk I never used any other monitors to compare, but mice suck tbh
Don't tell me that, I'm getting a 144hz Zowie monitor for Christmas :(
dyac monitors are very good
mice have the best shapes but other companies have copied those shapes and improved the rest of the mouse for less money
mousepads are alright. gsr is nice for a super slow pad and the gsr se is good but it losess its coating after 3 months then its shit and u need to buy a new one
The mice aren't too special, but the shapes are great and there are usually shapes for everyone. I have a Zowie mouse and couldn't complain about it too much. The cable, scroll wheel and weigh aren't great compared to some of the newer mice and coating is kind of meh in my opinion, but the shape feels great in hand and that's what matter for me the most. As for the monitors and mousepads, I can't really tell about those since I don't own either of them.
TL:DR Zowie mice feel good, don't own any other Zowie products besides the mouse bungee.
Edit: I feel like most Zowie products are made to last. They usually last for quite many years without any problems and the build quality is just great overall. I had a Zowie FK2 before which I got from my brother and it was bought when it was released and it still works surprisingly well.
I have Logitech G502 Hero really good mice if you have big hand
I have 2 zowie monitors and zowie mouse for years and so far no issues with either of them.
Zowie best brand wtf r u on ?
I are not aware of this details
Zowie monitor - best i ve ever used
Zowie mouse - literally have bought the same mouse 3 times because of how much i use it
Zowie pad - well it feels like the others
pro's use whatever monitor they get sponsored
asus tuf has much better monitors in terms of image quality/response time
I owned only zowie mice, and they were really good.
Mediocre brand. Logitech, Steelseries, Corsair make quality products though.
The screen is dead good. I have been using mine for years now and I still think there is no better alternative, if you compare all the little details. The only downside is that colourwise it's far from perfect, but for gaming needs? This is pretty much a quintessence of perfection. Mouse is also very good, the only disadvantage for me is that there are no wireless options now and if there will be one day - what's the guarantee that the connection will be even close to Logitech? Everything else, like precision, comfort etc. - don't think anything gets even close, probably Logitech gets the closest. Mat? Fnck that, tried once in a shop, not impressed. QcK Heavy for the win. I hope I dokazal, but mne was vpadlu to get into detali, tovariscsch.
i have the XL2546S and i really think it was worth the price
i had steelseries, razer, logitech and zowie mice, and zowie is definitely the best
Screens are great no bs design so well thought out for competitive players.
Mice have the best shape, good sensor and good build quality but are otherwise pretty mediocre.
Having a Zowie EC2-B (CS:GO Edition) since maybe mid-2019, no problems so far. Had Razer and Steelseries mouses, so far, I prefer the Zowie. Not sure about monitors and keyboards though.
I love my Zowie FK-1. I'm so used to ambidextrous mice now lol. It's lasted me a little over 2 years now.
I'm tempted to buy a Zowie Camade because the $10 mouse bungee I bought off of Amazon a few years ago doesn't hold the non-braided mouse cable due to the cable being too slim.
Their monitors seem a bit overpriced, especially since most if not all of them don't even have G-Sync. My Acer XB241H is still good after 3 years, but does have a line of dead pixels slightly above the bottom left corner.
Their mousepads seem okay to every other mousepad brand. I'm still rocking my Steel Series QcK+, but it's a little over 3 years old and is getting dirty despite me having cleaned it a few times already. I'm open to mousepad suggestions of a similar dimension and thickness to the Steel Series QcK+.
I tried fk2 and ec2a, after everyone spoke well of this mouse not good for me. The materials or quality are fine, but I don't like the sensor. I prefer the logitech sensor
You can say their mouses maybe are overrated but their monitors nah. At least for competitive fps zowie monitors are the best. DyAc is an amazing feature.
if you like the EC shape buy a model D
Screens are superb i use a 2540 without dyac - dyac isnt needed so no need to waste money on it
pads are good GSR-SE is really alright mid range control pad but always out of stock
If you have small hands try out Razer viper mini bro.
I got it 4 days ago the shape is perfect for me
Have been using mouse for over 2 years. Literally one time it started shaking. I guess because of dust on the sensor. After I cleaned it works like first day
no ive had a zowie mouse for 1.5 years so far and its very good
zowie mice are low quality the only great thing about them is the shape,also the famous zowie xl2411 uses a 120 hz panel from 2013 overclocked to 144 hz
Zowie xl2411 very good for cs, if not the best 144hz. Not as colourful as some others tho so if you play single players theres better monitors.
As for the mouses you can say cords kinda sucks but no problem with bungee.
Quality wise they are god tier, almost unbreakable
Shapes are personal preference but still u cant go wrong with zowie
Still I sold my ec2 and bought wireless and havent regret.
mouses - they have the best shapes. PERIOD. the vast majority of pros prefer them over lightweight
mices, for example, because they are robust asf which is very important when you spend a lot of time traveling to LANs (well not now, but you get the point)
monitors - depends on the user. if you only play, they are perhaps the best on the market, if you do other types of work in between there are clearly better options
mousepads - honestly people overrate too much about mousepads in general. more than choosing the X or Y brand choose the right surface/speed
Zowie's big innovation was their focus on different mouse sizes and shapes for different grip styles and hand sizes. I'd argue that everyone else has copied them by now, and they don't have that advantage anymore. So, not worth the price. Modern mice have better weight options, as well as wireless options.
Best shape and easy to use, no need for shitty programs. Thats why every pro use them
As an owner and former user of the S1, I partially comply with the statement. Their mice feel sorta cheap, have way too much pre-travel for my liking, sensor isn't the best either, even my current driver, the Roccat Kone Aimo Remastered, has a better sensor and features at a lower price point. and software is sh*t. However, the segment where Zowie mice shine are the ergonomics. Like I mentioned previously, my current daily driver is he Kone Aimo Remastered from Roccat, and compared to my previous driver, the Zowie S1, it feels a lot heavier and bulkier. The S1, on the other end, was absolutely phenomenal when it comes to ergonomics. It fits my semi-lenient palm-claw hybrid grip perfectly and as far the ambidextrous ease, the side buttons are also appropriately placed so no issues there
mice - imo really good. looks common but reliable and comfortable
monitors - very good only for games/probably best for shooters, (colours pretty bad tho), so decent overall
mousepads - idk, never used
I have ec2-b mouse for 2 years, despite curving cable and cheap feeling plastic it still works fine, is light and holdy nicely. For example left click on my old logitech g502 broke after half year, however i think my next mouse will be something else
Glorious mice are best. Only ￡50 and are very high quality.
I have fk2 ec2-a and ec2 from zowie but dont use any of them. Glorious is better in every way
Overrated but it's still good.
vaxee np-01 zygen > zowie
I have fk1 since it came out and it still works good and is my main mouse.
Most pros use it because the shape is comfortable. No one cares about sensors because a good sensor is very common these days. Since their hands are going to be on the mouse for many many hours a day comfort is going to be a priority for them. Second reason is that no shitty software like synapse to deal with. You plug and play. That's it. Theres a reason why pros dont use razer other than the sponsored ones like taco. Synapse is shit. Even g gub is just meh. That being said there are other equally comfortable mice too other than zowie
Zowie mice are just ok. They just offer no bullshit or gimmicks. Good sensor, good buttons (except side buttons, too much travel, but useable), ok build quality. Still, I prefer the EC2 over anything else I have used just because of the shape.