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I have never used an Ikari or a Xai so I wouldn't know. I only said that in the context of comparing the rubber coating on the RAW/KinzuV2Pro, and the Razer DABE. And even my old trusty MX518. Apologies if people thought I was referring it to all SS mouse.
I see. thanks for the info. for next time just try to clearify beacause it sounds like you said it to all steelseries products thumb.gif
post #152 of 192
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Hi
First time here on overclock. I've been looking for a mouse to replace my aging MX518. At first I bought a DeathAdder but didn't like the shape as the right side (right handed version) slopes away and it becomes very hard to grip. Didn't realize this until I got home and found it to be the same shape as my old MSI3.0 which I hated as it gave me cramps after short use.
Reading around I decided to get the Kinzu V2Pro but its a bit small for my hands. So I decided to wait for the Sensei RAW, and now its out! Its better built than the Kinzu. Bigger and more comfortable for me. I bought the rubber surface version, which was a big mistake. According to their website it is suppose to be anti-sweat (?). I think they mean anti-slip, but it is anything but anti-slip. I don't sweat much and so the mouse is as slippery as an eel. My Kinzu is the glossy black version and I can grip that much better than the RAW.
The switches have a nice feel and give a reassuring click. The scroll wheel has a very nice feel and the rubber coating is super grippy. It doesn't rattle when rotated and has no side play. However pressing it is not so good. Don't know if it is just my mouse but the click travel is short and I cannot press it rapidly as it seems to stick.
I don't game so I haven't tested it for prediction, acceleration, snapping, etc.
I regret buying the rubberized version and even when I sweat slightly its still slippery. I don't want to buy yet another mouse. DA then KinzuV2Pro, then RAW, in the space of a few weeks is not cheap. Maybe I should have gone for the G400 wink.gif
So then, I had an idea to spray paint the RAW to have a glossy finish. To do that I have to take it apart. And in doing so I thought to take some photos of the inside and post them here for everyone to see

Because of your fail and Advice I ordered the Sensei RAW Glossy, so thanks because of that. smile.gif

It will arrive on Tuesday.

I let you Guys know what I think about this Mouse.
post #153 of 192
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Because of your fail and Advice I ordered the Sensei RAW Glossy, so thanks because of that. smile.gif
It will arrive on Tuesday.
I let you Guys know what I think about this Mouse.

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amazon.co.uk has the glossy up for pre-order for £42. Finding it hard to resist.
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No one that gotten the rubberized and that actually has a Xai that can compare the rubber/grip?
post #157 of 192
Can someone that gotten the mouse try out lift off distance aswell? Takash review on youtube said its way higher then the sensei, and thats a dealbreaker for sure for me.
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No one that gotten the rubberized and that actually has a Xai that can compare the rubber/grip?

Was wondering about the same thing.
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When will it be available in USA !?
    
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post #160 of 192
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No one that gotten the rubberized and that actually has a Xai that can compare the rubber/grip?
nah this mouse probably made with a cheaper spary and plastics and probably by another factroy, steelseries of today are not as they were @ ~2009
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