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Quoted from?

Nvm, you're from corsair.
Edited by Skylit - 6/4/13 at 1:57pm
post #22 of 113
m30 looks nice. Was gonna wait and see if Zowie would do an update to the EC series. Im really liking that mice companies are adding rubber side grips. If that would be on a EC i would cream......
post #23 of 113
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Corsair Raptor M40

Corsair is also releasing two new gaming mice to complement the new gaming keyboards. The Raptor M40 is a right-handed optical mouse with seven programmable buttons. It features adjustable weight, an Avago ADNS-3090 4000 DPI optical sensor, and DPI switching buttons.

The new gaming mouse will be available later this month for $59.99.




Corsair Raptor M30

Finally, Corsair is also launching a low-cost gaming mouse called the Raptor M30. This mouse is a less complex design, but it still packs a 4000 DPI optical sensor, six buttons, DPI switching, and red LEDs. It ergonomically favors right handed gamers.

The Raptor M30 will go on sale sometime this month for $49.99.




M30 weights around 120g (without cable)
M40 weights around 99.5g (without cable, weights)

Hoping those weights are actually wrong and switched around. Why would the m30 weigh so much? Also can we get some dimensions.
post #24 of 113
@Corsair

Your web design and or marketing team is very confused.

http://www.corsair.com/us/gaming-peripherals/gaming-mice.html


Edit: Seems the issue was fixed wink.gif
Edited by Skylit - 6/4/13 at 5:04pm
post #25 of 113
If i hadnt already ordered my M60 for a good price (49.99) I would be a little mad, that M40 looks more up my alley (optical sensor)

But it doesnt have the slick aluminum body or sniper button of the M60, so who knows...
post #26 of 113
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Was gonna wait and see if Zowie would do an update to the EC series. Im really liking that mice companies are adding rubber side grips. If that would be on a EC i would cream......

Just get the all rubber eVo....?
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post #27 of 113
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Still has no clue why Corsair purchased Raptor gaming.

For the lolz, thats the only explanation, one that actually makes more sense than the official one. biggrin.gif
post #28 of 113
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Just get the all rubber eVo....?
I have a ec2 evo, but the coating is slippery for me. Gets less slippery after a while of gaming but still.
post #29 of 113
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A4tech mold.

< Still has no clue why Corsair purchased Raptor gaming.
For what it's worth they probably got Raptor for a song. Maybe it was worth it for for their contact list? Eh, Corsair didn't seem to understand the peripheral market when they started making mice, maybe they overestimated Raptor's market penetration. Do ya know how the ID has been on their existing lineup?
    
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post #30 of 113
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Hoping those weights are actually wrong and switched around. Why would the m30 weigh so much? Also can we get some dimensions.

Hoping the same as I like the shape of the M30, reminds me of the Habu.
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