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Are there any places to get Allsop pads with international shipping?
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Are there any places to get Allsop pads with international shipping?
A friend of mine asked the same question, but we couldn't find them anywhere :\\
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Yea! I've been looking for them too.
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Sorry for OT, but do you think that this is a "newer" raindrop xl / rebarnd?
If yes, so I gusess in the end that I found international shipping.

Allsop XL(?)&EC1? - HERES I COME BABYY~
Edited by avinin1 - 8/20/11 at 9:44pm
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That is a freaking expensive mousepad when you add in the shipping etc... 52.65 USD ;o
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That is a freaking expensive mousepad when you add in the shipping etc... 52.65 USD ;o
As far as racism speech works, I'm the one who need to complain about the high price
Joking ofc.

Anyways, I'm always says that for (High) quality item, you need to pay (Much) - its worth it or "if you buy something cheap you pay 2 times for it" etc.
Edited by avinin1 - 8/20/11 at 10:12pm
post #17 of 35
My G400 arrived today. It's pretty awesome. Already getting used again to the shape and its performance.

What I noticed though: the left mouse button is a little bit heavier to click than the right button, only by a margin though. Is this normal? Did you notice that too?
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My G400 arrived today. It's pretty awesome. Already getting used again to the shape and its performance.

What I noticed though: the left mouse button is a little bit heavier to click than the right button, only by a margin though. Is this normal? Did you notice that too?
Well, I haven't really noticed since I don't use side buttons often, but I'll check that out as soon as I get home.
post #19 of 35
No, not the side buttons. The main buttons, left and right.

I asked my brother to test it too. He didn't notice it.

Maybe my fingers are too sensitive, but I can definitely tell that the actuation point of the right mouse button is easier to access than the one of the left mouse button.

It's noticeable when you try to press them reeeeally slowly. THEN you'll notice that the left one needs a tad bit more pressure.

Thanks for testing. Interested in your experience.
Edited by detto87 - 9/21/11 at 1:39pm
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No, not the side buttons. The main buttons, left and right.

I asked my brother to test it too. He didn't notice it.

Maybe my fingers are too sensitive, but I can definitely tell that the actuation point of the right mouse button is easier to access than the one of the left mouse button.

It's noticeable when you try to press them reeeeally slowly. THEN you'll notice that the left one needs a tad bit more pressure.

Thanks for testing. Interested in your experience.
Like you described, the right click activates first, but there's only a slight difference. Might have something to do with how the shell was designed.

My left click seems more solid as it springs back, right is a looser feeling.
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