The Naos 3200 is completely plug and play; it has a default set of programming built in for the various controls and will work perfectly fine out of the box without loading any software or drivers. The switchable dpi button gives you three different settings and changes the LED color from red to green to blue to indicate which one you're on. The four pads on the bottom of the mouse slide easily across the surface, although I discovered that the braided wrap cord was more easily snagged than a standard rubber-coated jacket. It kept wanting to get caught on the back edge of my keyboard/mouse tray.
By downloading and installing the software you can make changes to the various settings. Each of the seven buttons is customizable, as well as the double-click, scroll speed and pointer acceleration. Each of the dpi step selections can be changed in addition to the pointer speed, polling rate and LED effects can be turned on/off.
The macro screen allows you to record a series of events or keystrokes and replay them using one of the programmable buttons. There is an update button to check for new revisions of the software as well as a link to customer support.
Let's wrap things up with some final thoughts and conclusion.