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Does anybody know how hard do FK's switches feel in comparesence to G400 switches?
post #272 of 2197
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Originally Posted by inox View Post

Does anybody know how hard do FK's switches feel in comparesence to G400 switches?

In terms of pressure its not any harder to press the switch. I would describe it as more tactile.
post #273 of 2197
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I guess these days most people are to entrenched in habit. I can switch between 4 different mice and still perform well.

well then why do you have 4 mice?
post #274 of 2197
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

well then why do you have 4 mice?

I don't understand what you're implying. If your question is simply why I use 4 different mice...

Every mouse I own has its own ergonomics traits, CPI, LOD and switch actuation characteristics.

Some days I feel like a stiffer switch, other days I feel like something light, depends on the game or play-style/role I will play. For instance the Zowie EC eVo has very light side buttons -- I feel those are better when using an AWP in CS -- I have mouse 4 bound to quick switch. However, the eVo has an "unresponsive" shell for rapid clicking and I have yet to fix the scroll wheel. So if I want to rapid click an AK or AR and do a lot of boosts/jumps I use an AM. On certain pads I will use a DeathAdder or when I want to use 900 CPI instead of the very high second step of the Zowie mice. On not so demanding days I may use a Diamondback (scroll wheel broke mad.gif) because it has light switches, that are more tactile than a DeathAdder 3.5G do to being placed in front of the scroll wheel.

There are many other reasons why I will choose one over the other. Fact is there hasn't been a mouse yet that suits my demands. Maybe the FK will replace the AM. I will see about that when I can get a white version. I dislike rubber coatings to the point of not purchasing a mouse because of it. BST's mouse may replace my Diamondback as it is very similar.
Edited by popups - 3/3/13 at 2:19pm
post #275 of 2197
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

well then why do you have 4 mice?



that's an old pic, i have added about 6 new mice to the collection biggrin.gif
post #276 of 2197
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Originally Posted by Antero View Post



that's an old pic, i have added about 6 new mice to the collection biggrin.gif

i'd like to take the spawn and inteli mouse for a spin please...
post #277 of 2197
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I don't understand what you're implying

as i wasnt trying to imply anything, i was legitimately curious to why you switched between 4 mice. you seemed to have explained it all, thanks.
post #278 of 2197
http://tech.163.com/digi/13/0302/22/8P0BDO52001618JV.html

got from bing search ,, its better than google in search
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Thank you for the links. I think the reviewer did a really good job actually, even though he said it was just an overview.

The fact that people keep saying it's shape is close to the Sensei makes me want this mouse. I use the AM now, but shape-wise, the sensei is the most comfortable mice I have ever used.

Waiting for the white glossy version to hit the market. (if it ever gets released)
Edited by kazuyamishima - 3/4/13 at 1:46pm
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