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post #1161 of 1529
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Also, any word on the price?

99,99 €
post #1162 of 1529
Quite a bit more pricey than its competitors for sure
post #1163 of 1529
The recommended retail price is 99,99€. It comes with the Avago ADNS9800 as most of you already assumed.
post #1164 of 1529
Any official numbers on the weight?
Roccat's site doesn't specify the weight of the mouse, only the physical dimensions.
post #1165 of 1529
I am not in the office for another week, sorry.
post #1166 of 1529
Much deserved vacation, Andi? Or are you at Computex?
post #1167 of 1529
16 programmable buttons mean a Titan-like wheel..., 4 way scrolling and a push straight down for the fifth direction. The two pair of side buttons plus the left and right click (6 buttons). that leaves five buttons to account for the analog stick (2 axis?), the fin (does that program as one or two items?) and what else?
post #1168 of 1529
Gleaning info from observing this German video, the scroll wheel only does press/scroll up/scroll down... 3 items instead of the 5 in a Titan wheel. The fin moved to the right or left.

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Maeuse-Hardware-255539/News/Roccat-Tyon-Computex-1123393/
post #1169 of 1529
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Much deserved vacation, Andi? Or are you at Computex?
Vacation smile.gif
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Originally Posted by ImperialOne View Post

16 programmable buttons mean a Titan-like wheel..., 4 way scrolling and a push straight down for the fifth direction. The two pair of side buttons plus the left and right click (6 buttons). that leaves five buttons to account for the analog stick (2 axis?), the fin (does that program as one or two items?) and what else?
The X-Celerator button has one axis (y-axis in standard configuration) but you can access the x-axis via Easy-Shift[+].
post #1170 of 1529
Omron switches... where? Why are so many people angry about the laser sensor and the acceleration associated with them. Is it really that problematic?
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