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looks cheap with the red sidebuttons and the dpi switch.
Aswell the logo is ugly.
+shape and guessing they weight are off

It certainly doesn't look as sleek as the other TTesports mice I've tried, the Saphira and the Black Element, but that's a matter of style and taste.
Nevertheless, the coating and overall quality looks pretty similar to the Saphira if you ask me, which I find very pleasant., I hope they increased the max perfect speed in this one.
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Don't really care that much about looks. Might try it if max tracking speed reaches near 4 m/s and has no prediction. Won't be using any weights though xD
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It's been a while. Anyone know something new? Weight without cable and extras? What sensor does it use?

Why are the most important details always missing from the specification pages?
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Thermaltake's site claims that the switches are good for 50 million clicks, does omron actually make switches rated for 50 million cycles? They do claim to be using omron switches "throughout the mouse", if that's the case I'm inclined to think they're a bit more serious about this mouse than the goofy marketing would imply. I'm actually interested in this mouse as there aren't many mice that have their peek so far back, something my hand prefers. Reading in this thread that someone who likes the DA's shape doesn't like this mouse's shape is encouraging as the DA was a poor fit for me.

Edit: Oh thats amusing. The Tweaktown review included a disassembly, regular 5 million omrons under left and right click, non omrons everywhere else.
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Thermaltake's site claims that the switches are good for 50 million clicks, does omron actually make switches rated for 50 million cycles? They do claim to be using omron switches "throughout the mouse", if that's the case I'm inclined to think they're a bit more serious about this mouse than the goofy marketing would imply. I'm actually interested in this mouse as there aren't many mice that have their peek so far back, something my hand prefers. Reading in this thread that someone who likes the DA's shape doesn't like this mouse's shape is encouraging as the DA was a poor fit for me.

Edit: Oh thats amusing. The Tweaktown review included a disassembly, regular 5 million omrons under left and right click, non omrons everywhere else.

common translate issue for chinese/english.
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