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Bigger than Kinzu, smaller than Sensei.
Oh man! Sounds niiiiice!

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Bigger than Kinzu, smaller than Sensei.
That means it will be the same as Kova[+]
    
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Bigger than Kinzu, smaller than Sensei.
Totally sounds great! I always thought the Xai was alittle big for me but the Kinzu too small. What a coincidence..
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That means it will be the same as Kova[+]
Kova+ just have a shape for the looks and a very low build quality
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What kind of switches did the Xai use?
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Sounds like a slightly smaller Wheel Mouse Optical with side buttons. I like.

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What kind of switches did the Xai use?
d2fc-f-7n and d2f-01f for main. I "think" the earlier models used the 01f's.
Edited by Skylit - 9/17/11 at 6:51pm
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any info the the kana and new kinzu sensors?
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does anyone know how good are ttc switches?
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does anyone know how good are ttc switches?
Not very...
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The Omron switches are much better, they put the TTC's in a really bad light, especially after 6-12 months of use. The Omron's just hold up much longer. That's why many mouse manufacturers use Omrons on the main L&R buttons, and use TTC's elsewhere on the less-used buttons. Personally, I would want Omrons all the way around, for the best quality and longevity, and be more than happy to pay an extra $5-10 for the mouse, but that's not what most consumers would do; people want cheap.
    
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