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http://www.zowiegear.com/index.php?i=product&p=13
Edited by SyahmiX - 1/18/14 at 10:46am
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I like the yellow accents on the mouse.
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I would've assumed Zowie would put dimensions somewhere on that page. Or am I just blind?
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I like the idea of making a slightly altered shape. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by end0rphine View Post

I would've assumed Zowie would put dimensions somewhere on that page. Or am I just blind?

Yea, you would think they would show some direct comparison to the "old" AM.
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what about user input regarding hard to press huano switches?
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So its a fat AM.
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The Huano's are still there probably.

If not for that, I would probably buy it. it looks really good for those who prefer MX300/Abbyssus shape.
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Filip Kubski has his own mouse now ^^

Rather disappointed that internal hardware has remained the same. Owell smile.gif
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Yeah really the mouse my lil sister was waiting for. great improvements all over the place. i laugh later guys. ^^

how about a completely new ambidextrous concept than improving a mid-classmouse with almost non existing minor changes for the second time?

don't understand those guys but it must be buizness thing. zowie gotta show balls with high class quality and concepts for the most important hand sizes and grips if they wanna make a cut above the rest for real.

so why not creating one damn good and really well thought ambidextrous that's so good that you can't resist and bring it in two sizes as the ec1 and ec2 evo?

They could have already done that, better than investing their budget in nothing else then a third Zowie AM Version with minor Changes.

sorry, but that is just lame even if it seems to be a solid and good competitive mouse.
Edited by mousefan - 1/21/13 at 2:53am
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I hope it has stable hz...
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