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just finished playing some Medal of Honor with this. the rumbling is turned right down so its like holding a cell phone while a call is coming in. prob about less than 2.5v going in. it does not effect aiming or anything like that. also its not too annoying to use outside of games as long as you click quickly the motor cant spin up quick enough.

I doo need to glue some more weight into it as thats the biggest difference i notice from my wireless mouse
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Cool idea, but terrible for FPS.
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Cool idea, but terrible for FPS.
Why do people think its terrible? its not like the mouse is jumping across the screen when i click. it doesnt cause it to move at all.
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post #14 of 21
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Why do people think its terrible? its not like the mouse is jumping across the screen when i click. it doesnt cause it to move at all.
it is because they follow the trends and a company hasn't done this yet and made it popular so they don't like it.
I bet if razer had come out with a mouse that vibrated when you shot a gun in game, people would be all over it.
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it is because they follow the trends and a company hasn't done this yet and made it popular so they don't like it.
I bet if razer had come out with a mouse that vibrated when you shot a gun in game, people would be all over it.
Or it's because he doesn't like the idea.

This may be beneficial to immersing yourself in a game, but not in a competitive scenario.
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Worlds first dildo mouse. All you need now is this


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Worlds first dildo mouse. All you need now is this


Brilliant.
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Thats great! .. Nice done Haha ..
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post #20 of 21
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after switching between my 'rumble mouse' and my wireless mouse the biggest difference is the weight. the Wireless mouse feels more solid, i think due to the fact that it has the batteries in it and all.
My solution was to go into my fishing tackle box and find 3 of the biggest lead sinkers i could and hot glued them into the mouse. It now feels like more than a $15 mouse i think.
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