Being a gaming mouse means you have some sort of software bundle available, and Mionix Naos 7000 is no different. It has a dedicated-peripheral package, featuring 6 tabs at the top: Mouse Settings; Sensor Performance; Color Settings; Macro Settings; Support. Under that you have another 5 buttons for Profiles, each with a drop-down menu that allows you to: Rename, Save settings, Export & Import profile or Disable / Enable profile.
Here is where you can assign commands to each of the 7-mouse buttons (Macro, key-bindings, default commands like left & right click). Under the buttons you get 4-Polling Rate options, while to the right side you have 3 sliders for Double Click, Scroll Speed & Pointer acceleration.
The performance tab contains everything sensor related including: DPI switching (with individual X / Y controls) over 3 customizable steps, Angle snapping and, Angle Tuning settings (which is a very odd and somewhat unique addition). At the bottom there's also Surface Quality Analyzer Tool (S.Q.U.A.T), and to the right, sliders for Pointer Speed and Lift-off Distance (though unfortunately, the indicators for LOD are not clear, having a massive slider with low at on one end and high at another.
While being simplistic, Naos has 2 RGB LEDs, one for the Logo at the back and one for the scroll wheel. You can decide whether the LEDs stay on, off or even selective, choosing which is witch. Then you have several backlighting effects, like Solid, Blinking, Pulsating and Breathing (I particularly like Pulsating and Blinking for maximum distraction from whatever is happening on the screen).
Finally get the Color selection space, where you can either choose the light of the shining color, or you can just let it shine in the colors of the rainbow with Colorshift (which for some bizzare reason literally jumps over red).
The Macro Tab is there where you make macros. The left box dubbed macros is where you name the macro and end up spotting them up. The middle window shows the actual commands set for, and to the right, the options for delay are featured.
Lastly, there's the support tab, split into four sections. For questions, there's an FAQ section, for Help there's another Support section. The third is Product Registration (Spam or Important Information, latest updates and beta software), and lastly Downloads, where you can check Firmware and Software Updates.