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Originally Posted by bruzanHD View Post

Anyone know any good glass pads? Can't seem to find any. Or maybe another hardpad is better.
Maxtill G pad used to be available at a decent price on ebay. never tried one though.
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I still have a G Pad in black. Wish I bought the G2 version but oh well. I'd sell it off if someone really wants it.
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Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

http://www.pcgamer.com/the-best-gaming-mouse/

lol.
Eh. DA is good enough that I could understand someone recommending it. Not the "best" but not awful. Sensei Raw is an... Interesting pick. Naga Hex looks awful. G900 is a great high-end mouse. G502 is good if you want a heavy mouse (no idea why you would want one, though.)
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Originally Posted by itsn0mad View Post

Eh. DA is good enough that I could understand someone recommending it. Not the "best" but not awful. Sensei Raw is an... Interesting pick. Naga Hex looks awful. G900 is a great high-end mouse. G502 is good if you want a heavy mouse (no idea why you would want one, though.)

The Deathadder has almost a perfect shape for me... except those flare-outs near the M1 & M2 buttons. It's why I use an EC1A instead. If Razer would just fix that issue I would probably go back to the DA -- I mean it has an amazing sensor and side buttons, an OK-to-bad mouse wheel (depending on the batch you get) and a decent shell. But those flare outs kill it for a lot of people with larger hands that palm grip.


Remove the flare-out and get a plastic cable, plzzz



The Sensie Raw on the other hand has a pretty poor sensor and equally as poor quality control (almost on par with Razer). I would say the FK or ZA would be better, on all accounts, over the Sensei Raw here for ambi users.
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Originally Posted by RaleighStClair View Post


The Sensie Raw on the other hand has a pretty poor sensor

Are you sure you're not talking about the Sensei rather than the Raw?
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If anyone ever builds a mouse with a grease/oil resistant finish...I will be incredibly happy. I'm always scrubbing my mice any keyboards down...
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Originally Posted by saintruski View Post

If anyone ever builds a mouse with a grease/oil resistant finish...I will be incredibly happy. I'm always scrubbing my mice any keyboards down...

I think someone would need to invent a human being that doesn't secrete oils before any mouse is truly resistant to oil and grease.
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Originally Posted by saintruski View Post

If anyone ever builds a mouse with a grease/oil resistant finish...I will be incredibly happy. I'm always scrubbing my mice any keyboards down...
PBT plastic is much more resistant to oils and sweat. It's also very expensive, so the only mouse that uses it is the Ducky Secret.
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

I think someone would need to invent a human being that doesn't secrete oils before any mouse is truly resistant to oil and grease.

You don't have to, wait till you hit 50+ years of age then you won't sweat or secrete any more oils through your hands or forearms.

It's you youngsters that are a bubbling pot of oils and secretions 24/7, so once you pass puberty then watch the body slow down when it comes to making anymore stench.
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