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Im not sure how this whole Peripheral Market thing works, especially who designed what shell etc. (and who owns it) originally, but i am pretty sure that is is just marketing blub,, cause if im looking long enough i can find nearly any shell from OEM xyz. Laser gaming mouse 6000 DPI.

Pretty much.

You typically won't have brand new companies going strait up with custom ID. Looks like a modified factory OEM model.
post #22 of 55
Just heard of this brand. Looks like something I'll get. I could never justify buying a $120 Razer mouse after all the problems I heard about them.
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You make me want to order one. Do they ship to canada?
EDIT : 97$ is a bit expensive for a mouse.

Razer makes crap and they charge $120 for their mouse. I think this mouse carries more value than Razer's offerings.

RAZER Black$115.99

RAZER Star Wars: The Old Republic$134.00

^ Not much value, I would consider those expensive.
Edited by gEEKaDE - 10/1/12 at 7:28pm
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post #23 of 55
Anyone know the dimensions of the mouse?

Update: Sharkoon Darkglider is 130 x 82,4 x 42 mm, so I assume the Feenix is the same. OK for me, but I'm sure too big and heavy for most.

Also, read a few reviews of the Darkglider, which were very positive (Great "bang for the buck."). One review, though, did point out that its shape and weight make it difficult to lift, so it is much better suited for a high sensitivity user.
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post #24 of 55
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UPDATE:

I ended up buying a sharkoon out of curiosity to see if it would be the same mouse for cheaper.... but that wasnt the case. The shell is almost the same, but the quality in every department was different. clicks felt sticky and worse, all the buttons were completely different feeling. my mousewheel was basically just broken on one side... and the plastic thing that held the wire was ripped. On top of those quality things the lcd panel isnt the same, and the coating feels different as well. My theory is that the shell might come from a similar supplier but the Nascita is upgraded or updated more frequently and also assembled by different ppl. Long story short I ended up returning the darkglider as it didnt compare. Plus feenix customer support is just beyond anything ive every experienced. Also, looking at Feenix's new products (particularly their new Dimora) it seems they do ODM designs, as ive never seen anything like it, whereas sharkoon looks like all OEM
post #25 of 55
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UPDATE:
I ended up buying a sharkoon out of curiosity to see if it would be the same mouse for cheaper.... but that wasnt the case. The shell is almost the same, but the quality in every department was different. clicks felt sticky and worse, all the buttons were completely different feeling. my mousewheel was basically just broken on one side... and the plastic thing that held the wire was ripped. On top of those quality things the lcd panel isnt the same, and the coating feels different as well. My theory is that the shell might come from a similar supplier but the Nascita is upgraded or updated more frequently and also assembled by different ppl. Long story short I ended up returning the darkglider as it didnt compare. Plus feenix customer support is just beyond anything ive every experienced. Also, looking at Feenix's new products (particularly their new Dimora) it seems they do ODM designs, as ive never seen anything like it, whereas sharkoon looks like all OEM

the dimora pad is an OEM made by a company in s. korea. the surface is a scratchy feel soft plastic cover that generates soft spots after about 6 months of use. it's a nice looking pad though
post #26 of 55
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the dimora pad is an OEM made by a company in s. korea. the surface is a scratchy feel soft plastic cover that generates soft spots after about 6 months of use. it's a nice looking pad though

nah its ODM, i emailed the company specifically to find out. i dont have one yet though so i dunno how good it is
post #27 of 55
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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...)

Yup... that's way to exorbitant a price for essentially the SAME mouse every other company sells for $50...

And on top of that it's Laser.
post #28 of 55
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Originally Posted by shenoaVOX View Post

nah its ODM, i emailed the company specifically to find out. i dont have one yet though so i dunno how good it is

it doesn't really matter but i assure you it's OEM. the people behind feenix are a good group of guys most of are old WoW and SC players... but there are only 3 people behind the brand
post #29 of 55
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you dont know at all what your talking about, in my experience they had better customer service, warrantys, packaging, and quality than both razer and logitech. they arent going to say somethings ODM when its really not. i dare you to find a mousepad that looks at all similar. and the company brings gamers on board their team, doesnt mean its run by those gamers lol
post #30 of 55
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you dont know at all what your talking about, in my experience they had better customer service, warrantys, packaging, and quality than both razer and logitech.

My apologies for the uber bump, but it seems I get to be the unlucky user to get to test their CS department frown.gif.

Just received my Nascita 2013 model and yeah... the nascita text doesn't light up, the left mouse button sticks in a depressed mode every now and then. Button 10 (under the DPI switches) seems to be unmappable, just resets to "Game Key" and opens the drivers when pressed... and also the tilt scroll wheel doesn't scroll properly, it jumps around vs scrolling... and it only has that sporadic scrolling in notepad( doesn't even jump or scroll in any other piece of software).

Oh well. Here goes nothing.. time to contact Feenix and see what can be done....

If it's worth anything, the packaging on the mouse and the Dimora mouse pad were stunning. The Nascita has a great feel. Just got unlucky frown.gif
    
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