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Imagine a ambidextrous Mouse like the Sensei RAW Frost-Blue....

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with the new Razer 4 G optical combined with its Adjustment Possibilities and the best and most responsive Omrons on the Market.

Wouldn't that be a real professional Gaming Hit?

So why doesn't it happen?

What is so hard to create a ambidextrous well ergonomic Mouse with those relatively big Sensei Dimensions and a clean optical Tracking Beast?
post #2 of 23
Ambidextrous and ergonomic are mutually exclusive as far as mice go. Ergonomic is more popular than ambidextrous, so that probably answers your question.
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a lil bit yes but not really in general. why creating the thenth sensei adns 9500 pro grade laser version like a frost blue if those clean and strong optical exist.

not to mention steelseries is a sponsor of many top teams in the world and especially in the fps sector only very few using a Sensei and probably just if they have to, to represent their sponsorship.

the question just is why companies using those hardware accel lasers the tenth time in a row like SS with their tenth Sensei Version and not a modern optical without prediction and accel and maybe even with LOD Adjustment.
Edited by mousefan - 1/28/13 at 1:45pm
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They must know I'm a sucker for white products. Instabuy.
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Gimme 98g DeathAdder and I'm fine, shorter is a plus. White edition w/ blue sky-alike blinking led too. thumb.gif
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They must know I'm a sucker for white products. Instabuy.

Racist XD

And what about the poor black mice?

You don't care about them? XD
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Ambidextrous and ergonomic are mutually exclusive as far as mice go.
I wouldn't say that. In marketing terms, yes they are. Take me for example, I find ambidextrous mouses(that is also a correct plural form) to be the most ergonomic.
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I still have no idea how Steelseries managed to screw up the [RAW] in the first place. All they had to do was make a Sensei with a vinyl rubber top and I'd never need another mouse again. The [RAW] was a completely different product.

Unfortunately for SS pocket book, the Razer Deathadder 2013 is amazing, so I don't plan on going back to SS unless they make something great.

But, I know what you mean. I have no idea why Razer hasn't made a Mamba that wasn't wireless, or a new Deathadder that has onboard memory for eg.
Edited by GridIroN - 1/28/13 at 4:12pm
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I wouldn't say that. In marketing terms, yes they are. Take me for example, I find ambidextrous mouses(that is also a correct plural form) to be the most ergonomic.
By definition, something is only ergonomic if designed for that purpose. You find ambidextrous mice to be the most comfortable, which isn't the same thing.
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By definition, something is only ergonomic if designed for that purpose. You find ambidextrous mice to be the most comfortable, which isn't the same thing.

By your own definition, a mice can be designed/intended ergonomic and result to also be ambidextrous. So they are not mutually exclusive.
As a side note, I find it wrong when people ask for a comfortable mouse, and people automatically then refer to mice labeled as ergonomic. As you correctly pointed out, ergonomic and comfortable isn't always the same thing.
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