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post #481 of 840
Good mouse.
Edited by bvazx - 7/16/12 at 8:49am
post #482 of 840
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Originally Posted by bvazx View Post

Good mouse.

Need more specific detail please smile.gif
post #483 of 840
Dunno if this has already been mention or if it is just my taipan but the activation of the main buttons is crazy. It is by far the mouse with the lightest clickactivation that i have. Some ppl may love this but the chance of misclicks are very high imo.
post #484 of 840
Yes, the clicking activation is fairly light however I wouldn't say it is too easy (I haven't made any misclicks). I actually prefer it myself.
post #485 of 840
Okay, been lurking this thread for a while and read some reviews about this mouse and decided to get one, my hands are about medium size and I do not have sweaty palms.

It sucks.

No one ever talked about one important thing: The mouse surface texture.

It's not the usual rubberish plastic razer uses like on the Deathadder which I love. Instead, it's what I can describe as a sandpaper plastic feel which my hands can't seem to grip at all. I try to grip the mouse with my ring finger above the two side buttons and that finger keeps slipping on the plastic groove between the side buttons and right click button, if I try to grip the mouse with both my pinky and ring finger bellow the side buttons it's hard not to press them and it's not conformable at all.

The rubber sides are even worse, my thumb and pinky fingers keep sliding on those things, while that doesn't happen on the Deathadder smooth plastic sides !

What a disappointment.. the sensor seems good from what I could see, but I tried to get used to the mouse feel for a few days and just can't use it anymore, back to my Deathadder I guess.

Hope I helped someone with this "review" if you love the razer mouse feel, the Taipan is nothing like it.
post #486 of 840
Does anyone know when new products like this mouse be available in places like amazon and newegg? It;'s been out for over a month
post #487 of 840
Got mine today and I must say I am enjoying it. First game in bf3 with it I went well (80-20). I use it with the scarab mouse pad, no “scraping sound” of the mouse feet being to “thin” and the cord does not get in the way even though it is lower than the norm. Only issues I have so far are; it’s kind of thin in size so my finger placement seems a little awkward, but I should get used to it. And the calibrated mouse pad thing in the drivers didn't seem to work all that well, but not doing it seems to work just fine.
post #488 of 840
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Originally Posted by Raisingx View Post

Hope I helped someone with this "review" if you love the razer mouse feel, the Taipan is nothing like it.

Thanks for the review but what exactly is the Razer mouse feel?
post #489 of 840
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Originally Posted by Raisingx View Post

Okay, been lurking this thread for a while and read some reviews about this mouse and decided to get one, my hands are about medium size and I do not have sweaty palms.
It sucks.
No one ever talked about one important thing: The mouse surface texture.
It's not the usual rubberish plastic razer uses like on the Deathadder which I love. Instead, it's what I can describe as a sandpaper plastic feel which my hands can't seem to grip at all. I try to grip the mouse with my ring finger above the two side buttons and that finger keeps slipping on the plastic groove between the side buttons and right click button, if I try to grip the mouse with both my pinky and ring finger bellow the side buttons it's hard not to press them and it's not conformable at all.
The rubber sides are even worse, my thumb and pinky fingers keep sliding on those things, while that doesn't happen on the Deathadder smooth plastic sides !
What a disappointment.. the sensor seems good from what I could see, but I tried to get used to the mouse feel for a few days and just can't use it anymore, back to my Deathadder I guess.
Hope I helped someone with this "review" if you love the razer mouse feel, the Taipan is nothing like it.

Don't know if you missed my review but I mentioned that the surface is textured and grippy and the sides are rubberized! =/ Sorry you're not a fan of the mouse.

Best,
George K
post #490 of 840
Is it just me or is it hard to find somewhere to place your ring finger on this mouse.
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