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1.) Depends heavily on the grip/sweat/usage time.

2.) Viable, was introduced with the Roccat Pyra a couple of years ago. Its not a first in the Savu.

ohhh... My hands sweat a lot..
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Regarding the Savu and the easy shift button. I really wish they had a dedicated button that was specifically for easy shift, instead of (for default) using the mouse "back" button as it's just too difficult to get used to. Just looking at the mouse, it looks like there is a "button" right at the far edge of the mouse (just right of the right-mouse click button) but sadly it's just a piece of plastic/part of the shell. It looks like it would be a *perfect* place for the easy shift button. It would be pretty easy to hit with your ring finger. It almost looks like it was planned to be a button but was abandoned and they just turned it into a cosmetic feature.
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Regarding the Savu and the easy shift button. I really wish they had a dedicated button that was specifically for easy shift, instead of (for default) using the mouse "back" button as it's just too difficult to get used to. Just looking at the mouse, it looks like there is a "button" right at the far edge of the mouse (just right of the right-mouse click button) but sadly it's just a piece of plastic/part of the shell. It looks like it would be a *perfect* place for the easy shift button. It would be pretty easy to hit with your ring finger. It almost looks like it was planned to be a button but was abandoned and they just turned it into a cosmetic feature.

what he said, but for every mouse with easy shift
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Question, what is the ID-Card for?
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Question, what is the ID-Card for?

Funny I had the same question. smile.gif It might have something to do with the achievement system. :shrug:

Congrats on your new Savu thumb.gif Take a pic and post it. Mine has been growing on me every day a little more and more. Solid as they come optical sensor.
     
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Here's my submission to the club, I love it so far but after an hour my pinky starts to ach, that's probably cause I'm so use to the DA. My hands are small but fit perfectly, I can touch the front button now! LED is awesome as well and the non sweat sides kinda work.. I'm not sure as I haven't played too long. Scroll is perfect, quite enjoy it more then my DA. Side buttons feel very solid and the mouse 1 and 2 clicking is great. Very glad I bought this mouse. Also sorry about the quality of the picture, flash ruins everything but my house is very dim.

Edit: also the mouse is very responsive at 125hz 400 dpi.

Edit 2: how do I stop the mouse cord from dragging on the desk?
Edited by ANDMYGUN - 1/31/13 at 9:01pm
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post #169 of 1526
The mouse cord dragging if you're sensitive can be stopped with the mouse bungee.

My kids have a shorter desk and they can feel the mouse cord drop off the desk quicker and the weight of the cord pull on the mouse. I bought them the Cooler Master Skorpion mouse bungee and it now takes away that weight like its wireless. It was only $19.99 with free shipping a week ago.

Roccat has the APURI with 2 USB and LED lights and costs $50.

My personal desk is so large that I have most of my cord on the desk and it takes away the weight. Leaving no drag.
     
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nab an Apuri or some other cable bungee type accessory. thumb.gif
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