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post #1 of 55
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So i have never met another feenix owner even though they make my all time favorite mouse, *** is goin on???!! reckful and slayersalicia even use it and i still never here about it. so im gonna start this owners thread to see if anyone else other than me has one haha. heres a pic of mine on my desk next to my DAS keyboard.

edit** realized i didnt provide any links. apparently they only sell direct on their site... explains the lack of owners. only other person ive found with one made a vid on it though http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APE7ngUQuj8&feature=plcp

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Edited by shenoaVOX - 9/5/12 at 4:04pm
post #2 of 55
I've never heard of it. What a great looking mouse, though.
post #3 of 55
Their site looks really elegant; reminds me of designer clothing sites.
post #4 of 55
The Sharkoon Darkglider uses the same shell, i could bet that its the same rebranded Mouse, but hows the build quality on the naschita? Im asking because i only heard bad things about the Darkglider.
post #5 of 55
I believe the translation from mandarin to english for the technical specification is a little off...

- 300 mio life cycle for the switches
- frictionless braided cable

Shape reminds me of a specific oem/odm factory.

Otherwise it might be actually good, not sure if it is easily available though, never have seen it anywhere.
post #6 of 55
based on the blueprint my guess is that their using an A9500 or 9800 (they also do mention using Avago sensors on the site) as well as omron main switches (also mentioned). Scratch that, found the specs:

Specifications:
6000 dpi Avago 9500 laser chipset (different SROM?)
Avago lens
1 ms response time
13000fps
11 megapixel
30g acceleration
16-bit data channel
72mhz turbocore processor (32-bit mcu?)
256kb onboard memory
145g net weight
teflon feet
braided cable

The weight is a bit of a deterrent, but I'd imagine that this includes the cable
post #7 of 55
Never heard of them. It looks quite good. But does it have lights at the front?

140g is a bit too heavy for my liking.
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post #8 of 55
Well i think it's a little expensive for a mouse ($127?)... .it's a laser one from what i've read from specs (maybe share the same sensor as Steelseries Xai, Kone, G9x, mionix, etc?), so as far as i know\read, it has acceleration at some point, but it's a pretty mouse (design\matte finish, ergonomics).
What are those lights in front of them? it's a mouse.. not a car smile.gif
For that price i could get a DABE and a G400 rolleyes.gif and i still save some money for a new mousepad (ok.. a little one but new tongue.gif didn't do the math so...)
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post #9 of 55
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To answer some of the questions: yes build quality is great. Side and dpi buttons are a bit heavy and give a huge tactile response but that's my only gripe.

It's heavy in comparison to some of the mice out there but not in a bad way. It feels perfect. If ur a tiny person with small hands it may not be good for u though

It does have lights in the front which I never look at when using the mouse unfortunately.

Other notable things I've experienced are the insanely good customer support/community feel from the company. Ergonomics and feel are the best I've ever felt with the mouse. The tracking is perfect in every way, it just seems better than other lasers for some reason. And the main clicks are really nice. Also I like that I got extra teflon feet with the mouse

O and previous mice I've owned are the deathadder, and the g5. And I like the Nascita better than both.
Edited by shenoaVOX - 7/2/12 at 7:37am
post #10 of 55
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lol finally found another person who has one. u can see it better in his vid too http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APE7ngUQuj8&feature=plcp
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