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Seem so since the lovley Guys from Razer don't implement onbaordmemory's anymore. ^^ Or does this new DA have one? I mean that you can save the basic Settings you want in the mouse and dont have to worry about Synapse 2.0 anymore.
razer said the new DA dont have onboard memory... beside even if you could save basic settings, where can u retrieve those settings, the next time you reformat your computer or get a new computer?
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razer said the new DA dont have onboard memory... beside even if you could save basic settings, where can u retrieve those settings, the next time you reformat your computer or get a new computer?

from nowhere so much i am informed. The first time I heard about Synapse I thought all settings you make for a unit will be saved over the cloudsystem and that this is the sense behind this system, but I installed my Taipan a few times now and always had to set everything from scratch and new. ^^

I mean this is not a big Deal ofcourse, but the real Problem is that you are always bounded to the Razerservers where Synapase is running and if they fail or go down, you can't use the mouse with your own custom settings.
Edited by mousefan - 11/24/12 at 8:17am
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Anyone that got the mouse manage to do some performance tests?
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Yeah but the G400 is available for more than half of the Deathadder 2013 Costs. You have to see it from this Perpective. I mean those Companies always want to make the Impression of new Technologies which are worth their Money. But the Truth is, that the Adavantages on Paper are not relevant for us as a Gamer. The only Reason buying this new Deathadder compared to a G400 lay maybe in its Shape, even if think the G400 Shape is superb better for a excellent and solid Palmgrip.
I mean who needs those 50G Speeds for real? Who is so insane straight outta bughouse to need those Improvements if really everything can be even done with a old Intelli 3.0 Explorer and even as a extreme Low Senser where those Speeds become relevant. RPK of Verygames plays with a over 100 cm low sense out of this earth and still uses a Intelli 3.0 as a real international CS Progamer.
I wouldn't say the new Deathadder isn't worth its money, but you always have to consider what's really important for you. Plus this Synapsestuff under those Conditions is a clear nerving NOGO.
You know I got five G400's stacked in my Room. One is in use and four are original sealed for the Future. Some Guys would say for fun drop the dose mousefan, but if you look at the market as a competitve oriented Gamer, you see things getting more and more in the wrong Directions when we talk about mice. Directions which are totally unimportant even for a competitive Gamer. I mean the Improvements compared to the old Standards.
You know I like those Mice and the whole Equipment stuff so much as Guys Guys hanging around here, that's why I bought so much uselesss ****, but we have to face the truth and discern real relevant Improvements from moneyoriented strategies. ^^

RPK actually uses the brand new DA 2013. Also used the DA 3.5G prior to this for a long time. He stopped using the MS 3.0 a long time ago.
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Using the mouse for a couple of days now and it's actually really nice. No complaints thus far.

I like the new coating that they're using and the rubber grips are really nice to use. Makes it feel a lot sturdier and higher quality.

The buttons also feel great too. I'm not sure if this is because it's brand new and the ones on my old Deathadder were ageing. The side buttons definitely feel a lot clickier and the wheel gives positive clicks.

As for Synapse, well, it's not as bad as a lot of people are making out. Ok, yes, I agree that having to register a mouse to unlock any features even including basic ones such as DPI switching is pretty bad. But once registered and set up to my preferences, I could simply close the program and stop it from starting on launch via msconfig.

Some have speculated that the new sensor shines a bright red light beneath but this isn't true. Infrared i assume.
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Still looking forward to performance tests as well.
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post #268 of 565
I was going to get one but buying from Razer store is very expensive so I passed. I will wait until stock is delivered to others.

Is it true that there is no on board memory?

All the current "reviews" are from people who don't have a clue.
post #269 of 565
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I was going to get one but buying from Razer store is very expensive so I passed. I will wait until stock is delivered to others.
Is it true that there is no on board memory?
All the current "reviews" are from people who don't have a clue.

Yes it's true but then again none of the Deathadders had any (which is a shame in my opinion but hey...).
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Yes it's true but then again none of the Deathadders had any (which is a shame in my opinion but hey...).

Huh.. I thought DA 3.5G and BE had onboard memory, no?
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