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post #1761 of 1843
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

A4Tech is finally upgrading....
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.... to 3325


but its something i guess.

Are they even close to being in the market ?
post #1762 of 1843
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

A4Tech is finally upgrading....
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.... to 3325


but its something i guess.
Totally trash company.
post #1763 of 1843
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Originally Posted by shaiaz View Post


Are they even close to being in the market ?

 

I dont quite understand the question.

 

If you mean A4Tech itself being represented and selling, well, they are avalaible in retail here in middle europe.

 

If you mean their 3325 mice being available, besides the P81 i havent seen one yet, though they are honestly terrible ID wise.


Edited by woll3 - 4/17/17 at 11:59pm
post #1764 of 1843
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

I dont quite understand the question.

If you mean A4Tech itself being represented and selling, well, they are avalaible in retail here in middle europe.

If you mean their 3325 mice being available, besides the P81 i havent seen one yet, though they are honestly terrible ID wise.

I get that they're kind of a budget company but are they competitive to 'us' , like would we consider a4tech instead of logitech or razer or even finalmouse.

Or is it just for the more budget type of market
post #1765 of 1843
a4tech basically makes office/home peripherals
post #1766 of 1843
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Originally Posted by shaiaz View Post


I get that they're kind of a budget company but are they competitive to 'us' , like would we consider a4tech instead of logitech or razer or even finalmouse.

Or is it just for the more budget type of market

 

Well, instead of Finalmouse i would reconsider life.

 

Jokes aside, A4Tech is more Budget/featurebomber oriented, what makes them weird though is the Ideas that they actually put into production, but fail on their implementation, e.G. the light strike switches, and ID, tooling, and fit is just China Tier on nearly everything:

 

 

Something like the A91 is more fitting to our expectations:

 

 

 

however its still built like crap and as most brands in China they either use A3050 or go straight to A9800.

In terms of tracking/cursorfeel i personally can live with a well done A3050, the Bloody mice i tested were close to Zora tier of Cursor Cancer though.

post #1767 of 1843

Got this beauty last week, quite good except of the sidebuttons
post #1768 of 1843
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Originally Posted by shaiaz View Post

I get that they're kind of a budget company but are they competitive to 'us' , like would we consider a4tech instead of logitech or razer or even finalmouse.

Or is it just for the more budget type of market

You can consider a4tech instead of finalmouse. Basically you get similar quality to finalmouse but with cheaper internals.
post #1769 of 1843
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

Well, instead of Finalmouse i would reconsider life.

the Bloody mice i tested were close to Zora tier of Cursor Cancer though.

heh biggrin.gif
post #1770 of 1843
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Originally Posted by t3ram View Post


Got this beauty last week, quite good except of the sidebuttons

Can you post a real picture of the sides and texture?
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