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post #91 of 221
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Originally Posted by Oskason View Post

I haven't tried the speed edition but the control edition feels like sandpaper on your wrist, it's horrible. You should get a hard mouse pad if you want a fast gliding surface smile.gif

Hard pad can be too slippery for some.
post #92 of 221
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Anybody manage to find a really good mouse pad for the M60/M90?
post #93 of 221
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Anybody manage to find a really good mouse pad for the M60/M90?

I found this OCZ mousepad awhile ago for a good price. It's very comfortable, just the right size, and does a decent job of tracking well. It might be hard to find, but the price should be reasonable. It doesn't give the highest "Surface Quality" score, but I find it very responsive. I have no reason to replace it at this time as it is working very well. I really like my new M90...feels light in my hand...but heavy enough to feel like I'm holding something. The only problem I have with the M90 is trying to remember which buttons...do what?


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post #94 of 221
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Damn I can't find it anywhere. It looks sick too!

Anybody notice how the M60 and M90 are the same price on Amazon right now?
post #95 of 221
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

what is your grip ?
palm, claw or fingertip ?
Many users said that the M60 model is not confortable for many grip, only for palm grip or clawgrip if u have big hands.

I move the mouse with just my fingertips (I use 3500CPI so I don't move my arm at all, just my fingers) still I like to touch the back of the mouse with my palm, I guess thats still fingertip grip.
The M60 is not uncomfortable, still is heavy and I just don't like how the AVAGO 9500 performs compared to the 3090... The led based AVAGO is just smoother, less jittery, doesn't have that acceleration issue and actually works on cloth.
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post #96 of 221
to M60 owners.

how are your M60 doing? I'm thinking of buying the M60 but I'm reading lots of scroll wheel issues on it. any updates?
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post #97 of 221
I have a kind of odd request but has anyone successfully disassembled one of these? i was considering attempting to mod in some leds to the "cubby holes" on the front and back. i haven't really found any step by steps of anyone doing this thus far.
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post #98 of 221
Hi! Please add me in, I just got my M60 yesterday and enjoying it so far thumb.gif

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post #99 of 221
How is the M90 for left hand users?
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post #100 of 221
I just got my Corsair M90. And I love the feeling, the grip, the movements. Some may complain it's too heavy and not adjustable... I'm one of these weird guys who prefers it even heavier XD

But, the mouse buttons for the thumb are really freaking tough. They are so hard to press that it just strains your muscles. Yesterday I had to press the push to talk button (located at the thumb), for like 5 minutes and after releasing it, my hand was almost numb. Also during the tournaments in gw2 there is no time to rely on these buttons and I actually bought it for that.

I read the whole thread, and I can't believe no one actually said anything about it here.
Does anyone have a solution for these tough buttons, or should I return to the store within my 8 day no good guarantee? I would not like it since everything else is perfect. Just these damn buttons.

And as an answer for gtsteviiee (since I dislike questions being unanswered in a tread). If you use the mouse with the right hand it's no problem. But for the left hand it's a definite no go, the little finger won't be able to press the buttons or even lay comfortably on it. Any other finger except the thumb just won't do. You could contact corsair tough and ask if they have a mirrored mouse available, or if they can make one on special order (higher price ofc).
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