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post #891 of 1402
It's too bad the Kinzu v2 Pro only comes in a glossy finish =\
post #892 of 1402
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Originally Posted by 337drew View Post

It's too bad the Kinzu v2 Pro only comes in a glossy finish =\

This ^ :/
post #893 of 1402
You could swap out the shell with the old kinzu if possible tongue.gif I think a lot of ppl have the old version since they are so cheap and there is an even cheaper OEM version
post #894 of 1402
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Originally Posted by ich1ban View Post

You could swap out the shell with the old kinzu if possible tongue.gif I think a lot of ppl have the old version since they are so cheap and there is an even cheaper OEM version

Yeah thought about that too, but it's possible that they've changed a little internally. Otherwise the more extreme variant would be to buy a V2 and a V2 Pro, swap the shells and sell the V2 as a V2 Special Glossy Edition on ebay for twice the original price biggrin.gif.
post #895 of 1402
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Originally Posted by hasukka View Post

you own both, the kana and kinzu v2 pro am I right? Im looking for a mouse that has very high perfenct control/malfunction speed (so the mouse doesnt hit neg accel or start doing spastic moves when i move it fast). I tested the kinzu v2 pro at two of my mates, with qck tyloo it skipped like crazy, but with goliathus fragged edition control i couldnt hit the malfunction speed by some reason.

Kana has a higher malfunction speed, I can tell with just deathmatching at various sensitivities. According to Enotus, the Kana has an average malfunction rate of 3.7m/s, which is acceptable in my opinion. I've deathmatched quite often with the Kana with a really low sensitivity and haven't noticed any malfunctions yet.

400CPI
1.5 in-game (CS:S)
6 Windows

That is a pretty low sensitivity, and I think I could go down to about 1.3/1.2 before I notice malfunction speeds.
post #896 of 1402
As a fan of SS, it's hard to say this but why they can release these craps to the market. Lots of bugs, testers and feedbacks just for fun, using a bad sensor - why not 3090, are they trying to be different from the others or simply the profit ?

Sorry for the Kana's design because it's great but the inside... mad.gif
Anyway, I'll wait a little more time if they fix st...
post #897 of 1402
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Originally Posted by Kalashnikov View Post

As a fan of SS, it's hard to say this but why they can release these craps to the market. Lots of bugs, testers and feedbacks just for fun, using a bad sensor - why not 3090, are they trying to be different from the others or simply the profit ?
Sorry for the Kana's design because it's great but the inside... mad.gif
Anyway, I'll wait a little more time if they fix st...

It's pretty sure about the profit and it's also interesting to see that some companies selling their mice even at lower prices have a much higher quality than the big ones. See switches, mouse wheel encoders, feet...
post #898 of 1402
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Originally Posted by ich1ban View Post

You could swap out the shell with the old kinzu if possible tongue.gif I think a lot of ppl have the old version since they are so cheap and there is an even cheaper OEM version

The OEM version has no grip coating tho, just textured plastic(everywhere).
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post #899 of 1402
Maybe it's placebo but after the 259 update playing at 800cpi on the Kana feels overall smoother.
post #900 of 1402
after updating firmware on Kinzu v2 Pro it got even worse smile.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgD5PG8ARLE
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