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Naos 3200 is cursor nirvana
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post #12 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by Camph View Post
-The dpi switching is quite useless. Switching is not on the fly, there is a small delay where the mouse becomes disabled.
That's due to the mouse switching SROMS between an Avago 3060 and 3080. There is no delay in 3080 (400-1600) and 3060 (400-800) mode.
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-The drivers don't really do much other than let you choose what your dpi you want to switch between
It was made and marketed as a plug and play lan mouse.
post #13 of 18
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great, 3200 then, reviews are just woders for the mouse and it scream comfort

now...the mousepad

Right now my choise is the Xtracpad Ripper XL

but the propus 380 looks so good

but the surface scare me, look at this video:


it sound like sandpaper...that thing would kill the mouse feet in days
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post #14 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by GTR Mclaren View Post

it sound like sandpaper...that thing would kill the mouse feet in days
You would think that but its actually the opposite, the mouse feet will eat into the pad. I have worn out both the aluminum Razer exact mat (both sides) and the hard plastic Steelseries 4HD (both have similar textures that sound like sand paper when you claw at them like a moron) well before either mouse needed replacement feet.
Edited by Derp - 5/14/11 at 10:01pm
post #15 of 18
I just got my son that Propus360 for his birthday, and it's much smoother than my F Series Func pad.
I kinda have my doubts about the longevity of the surface.
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post #16 of 18
i got a propus mousepad. It's not like sandpaper at all, but it does kill mousefeet unlike my old Qck
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uumm thanks I will make a different trhead for the mouse pad xD
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post #18 of 18
g500 is a bit hard to get used to but has a very nice sensor and feel after a while espiecally with maxed out weight but it goes over your price point in most stores that is, other wise go for the Ikari, has nice drivers and tracks good with soft pads also has good pinky rest
    
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