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Well after some days i think i'm getting used to his shape. Tape fixing was a great idea, since it's a huge difference when gaming, you actually don't see LOD, at least it's lower than when it comes out of the box...I'm going to continue doing my "personal" tests (ergonomics especially) to see if i don't get any kind of hand pain... if some reason i start having pain, going back to DA (also my wife felt in love with him so no problem smile.gif )

BTW for people having this mouse (for ex. people i know having this mouse, DEMS, Endorphine), how long does the scroll wheel turns to be more soft? well does it get softer?
Thanks in advance smile.gif
Edited by Snakesoul - 8/13/12 at 11:43am
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post #172 of 705
What settings (DPI, polling, etc) are you guys using on your Savu? I keep bouncing between this, a DA:BE, EC2 Evo, and Sensei.
post #173 of 705
top surface and build quality is good ?

is it resistant or is easy to consumed ?
and is the build quality durable or fragile ?
post #174 of 705
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

top surface and build quality is good ?
is it resistant or is easy to consumed ?
and is the build quality durable or fragile ?

Build quality seems just as good as Logitech mice I've used, probably slightly better than Razer/Zowie, but someone like Skylit would have to comment as far as internals. I know he's alluded to this mouse being put together really well. The coating is nice and doesn't squeak when held/feels solid.
post #175 of 705
Internally, the Savu is one of, if not the best A3090 mouse put together. Everything is higher tier in terms of individual parts.
post #176 of 705
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

Internally, the Savu is one of, if not the best A3090 mouse put together. Everything is higher tier in terms of individual parts.

Would you say it's the best overall optical at this point barring any ergo issues, or would you still give that to the DA?
post #177 of 705
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Would you say it's the best overall optical at this point barring any ergo issues, or would you still give that to the DA?

In terms of hardware, Yes. I would actually love it if any company was willing to do up similar hardware / firmware in a well accepted ambidextrous shape. Not really a profitable endeavor though :|

In terms of world wide pricing and value, I feel the Razer DA still has that covered in specific channels. They're also marked down well under MSRP while the Savu doesn't seem to budge under 60 EURO or 70 USD. (at least often).

Never know what the future brings though ^^
post #178 of 705
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

In terms of hardware, Yes. I would actually love it if any company was willing to do up similar hardware / firmware in a well accepted ambidextrous shape. Not really a profitable endeavor though :|
In terms of world wide pricing and value, I feel the Razer DA still has that covered in specific channels. They're also marked down well under MSRP while the Savu doesn't seem to budge under 60 EURO or 70 USD. (at least often).
Never know what the future brings though ^^

Yeah, price doesn't matter to me personally, which is obvious since I own way too many mice. I mostly like the Savu shape, so I think I'll force myself to play with it for a bit to get used to it. Have you used the mouse personally much to gather anything regarding native DPI being the ideal for perfect tracking ala 1800 and the DA, or is the lower 400 step handled pretty well?
post #179 of 705
The savu steps are native unless you mess with the sensitivity slider. I used 800 personally.
post #180 of 705
I don't want to read the whole topic, just one fast question:

What are the cons/pros of this mice vs WMO? (mostly care about sensor)

thanks!
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