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That one? I suppose so, although my version would look completely different.

God dammit, I knew stupid ranking pictures like this would spread too fast. Even after the mods deleted the thread...

That picture alone should be reason enough to ban Mancubus. It's flawed beyond recognition!
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post #12 of 16
G500, lord of the mice, now starring alongside:

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G500, lord of the mice, now starring alongside:


Yeah... so... can we get back on topic now? I still don't know whether the Supernova has some deal-breaking flaw, or where I can get one in Europe, let alone how much it weighs without the built-in weight.
post #14 of 16
While I cannot tell you where to buy it in Europe i can help you wiht the rest.

Weight:
~100gr without cable.
80gr without weight.

It uses a 3050 with holtek mcu. clip and lens dont look original.
ttc switches for left and right, and some unknown brand sub switch for middle click and as encoder. Warning: Pictures (Click to show)
















Do i need to elaborate why
- you dont want a 3050 interpolated to 3500 dpi
- it does not offer the 306/8/90 performance
- there would be ebtter component choices
- the build quality is lacking as well as the mechanical design flawed

i hope not - time seriously wasted discussing this model.
Edited by Skar - 5/27/13 at 7:34pm
post #15 of 16
Rather ugly inside biggrin.gif
post #16 of 16
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Thanks! That's exactly the kind of reply I was hoping for, more elaborate if anything. Too bad really, I would have put up with poor build quality, generally cheap components, an off-center sensor, and even a braided cable, if it meant I'd get an 80gr, ambidextrous, V-shape, 7-button mouse with an Avago 3090 sensor, but if it uses a 3050, I might just as well buy a Razer Taipan (which I won't). Thanks again for taking the time. It certainly wasn't a waste as far as I'm concerned.
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