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Originally Posted by end0rphine View Post

Could've been worse tongue.gif
Don't get me wrong, i use Kana as my primary mouse. But there are flaws and i am aware o them. I tried convincing kimrom that a mouse like this and in this price range should be top quality (omrons, better cable and teflon skates) and with the best possible optical sensor. In the end "more profit" won.
Gamers are asking for a small light ambidextrous mouse with G400V2 internals. That could've been Kana. Turned out to be another average mouse that may be the one for you if you're out of options (my case).
post #42 of 46
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Originally Posted by kaingosu View Post

I was thinking of a totally different job profile. Kimrom is also a hardware rep and look how well that turned out, if you know what i mean.
I know what you meant and ofc I didn't mean "working for such a company" as a definition either, I mean that could be their janitor.
post #43 of 46
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Originally Posted by kaingosu View Post

Don't get me wrong, i use Kana as my primary mouse. But there are flaws and i am aware o them. I tried convincing kimrom that a mouse like this and in this price range should be top quality (omrons, better cable and teflon skates) and with the best possible optical sensor. In the end "more profit" won.
Gamers are asking for a small light ambidextrous mouse with G400V2 internals. That could've been Kana. Turned out to be another average mouse that may be the one for you if you're out of options (my case).

Yeh I know what you mean, I'm also currently using it since it has a great shape and the sensor is 'good enough' for my low sensitivity. There was alot of potential however. frown.gif
post #44 of 46
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Originally Posted by Riou View Post

I would be happy with an updated G9z with a good Avago A9999 perfecto laser sensor (centered).

The sensor position really was the smallest problem of the G9x. If at all, it wasn't ambidextrous anyways.

Fun fact: The sensor position of the G9x was even more off-centered than the original G9. Nobody seemed to notice or complained.
Edited by acid_reptile - 3/6/12 at 4:44am
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Samsung Syncmaster T220 (60hz) Logilink LED keyboard CoolerMaster GX 750w Logitech mx300 @ 3310 (400/800/1600@1K) 
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post #45 of 46
Still awaiting the sapphira with eager.
The sensor placement I dont think will annoy me.
The G9x sensor placement is fine by me, dont notice any difficulty with it at all.
If just the sensor is placed more to the front of the mouse its not a problem.

Its worse if its towards the back end of the mouse, then it feels weird.

No date here in sweden for the saphira however, but will most likley buy it and try..
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