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post #11 of 19
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Horrible answer....
If I'm doing a test to see how fast I can click on the mouse buttons, the Xai/Sensei would come in probably dead last while the ones in the lead would mostly be Logitechs. As for durability, I've never had any mouse button die before on me on any mouse I've owned. Any durability problem is luck of the draw.
Dont know how much your experience was, but my Xai survived really good 2 and half years. of course the pefect feeling (which my answer was based on) was descrease, but nowdays I cant pinpoint on any decent mouse in that regret. most overall click to force based mice nowdays are made for a pu$$ys
post #12 of 19
The best button click I've ever tried is the one on my Razer copperhead.
In nowdays mice, I like the Saphira's clicks: very crisp, enough travel, not too light but not too stiff.
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post #13 of 19
Out of the mice I've owned:

Cooler Master Spawn > Abyssus > Mionix Naos 3200/5000 > Deathadder > Roccat Savu > Lachesis > Zowie EC2 > Kinzu v1
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post #14 of 19
CM Storm Spawn is my favourite.
post #15 of 19
Thread Starter 
There are too many different opinions I do not know that the reason most of you.

I also suspect Avini work in the marketing division of Steelseries. tongue.gif

I just have to find the mice used by major esport champion to decide.

I am an extremely demanding my mouse 13 hours per day so I need to have professional equipment very comfortable for my use sustainable intensive writing and office and first personn shooting games on internet with hight level skill thumb.gif
post #16 of 19
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Bump !


Recommend me a mouse with the best tactile feel and tactile bump of her clicks

And while you're there I'm looking for a keyboard also advise me the best that you know to play fps and write and programing.
post #17 of 19
I think Xai has the best click-feel ever.
Better than Sensei thumb.gif
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post #18 of 19
Switches and feel will vary regardless of model branding. Different batches could have a lot or next to no travel distance.

As for my preferences, I don't really care for the feedback of my specific cm spawn. Though, I don't care for the feedback of a lot of mice from this specific OEM.
post #19 of 19
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I think Xai has the best click-feel ever.

So Avini was not alone in thinking that thanks for confirm this info. smile.gif
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Different batches could have a lot or next to no travel distance.

Yes, but it does not much varira next batch because it is mostly the materials flexibility, hardness and profundity of the hull, switches, which give a unique touch and feel so different for each model.

I do not think the difference is acts as a real dicernable for each batch.
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Though, I don't care for the feedback of a lot of mice from this specific OEM.

I think this is a huge mistake not specify in detail the feeling of cliques in your rewiews and compare between different models in your comparisons because as a gamer I attach great importance to quality and conford cliques as important as usability it serves as a mouse to click and foremost not to target only.
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