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http://www.zippy.com/P_News_detail.asp?lv_rfnbr=2&ns_rfnbr=505

"The newly released switch “DF3” from Zippy delivers long operations life than other switch competitor’s. Simple and clear to operate, The 12.8 X 5.8 X 6.65 mm size with 20-Million super long operations life, soft and tactile feeling, 0.1A 30VDC of DF3 is qualified for high-end mouse product of IT accessory line, especially in gaming mouse line and low signals only application used."


Most people here probally don't care about the switches but I think this is great news. I just hope they feel good also


Can be found in this mouse already
http://global.pchome.com.tw/?mod=item&func=exhibit&IT_NO=DCAH0R-A57428033&SR_NO=DCAH0R&ROWNO=7&tm=u
Edited by HaiiYaa - 10/16/11 at 11:14pm
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That's a lot of clicking.
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Originally Posted by HWI;15338461 
That's a lot of clicking.

Unless you play starcraft, where 50k clicks MIGHT get you through a day of practice
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post #4 of 4
Nice, but its just how it rated.
Lets not forget that its also depens on the mouse's plastics on top.

Also, like mechnical-keyboard's switchs, every switch have a diffrent feel and need a diffrent force for press, so in the end of the day its all about personal preference.
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