Originally Posted by CtrlAltel1te
another 3310 mouse after the SS Rvial,
Seems more indeed a claw fingertip grip with no mussy buttons but with some tactile feedback.
Nice to see but I dont think it worth 80 euro or even 90 with shipping,.
Curious when other brands like Roccat, Razer, CM Storm and other compagnies will bring out there models with the 3310.
End this year or Q1 will be interesting, rather curious if Razer joins the DPI race and increases it even further over 7000.
One thing is kinda interesting for me and thats the surface scanning or whats is called I am curious if it rates hard pads over cloth pads.
Or what Colour it prefers in cloth pads (black, red, blue).
Probably at CES 2014 some new mice will be revealed.
That's about the Surcface analyzer i can test out later if i am willed to do so. i have a red hien here and a few old hard pads, so no problem.
really buddy i am not here to convince anybody cause of a specific reason. but i invested for sure 2000 euros if not more in mice until yet and had almost everything enthusiasts knowing and talking about since my very first original Razer Diamondback back in 2004. even the big righthand mice.
i mean what you think is better? Investing once 80 euros in a mouse that offers a quality really making a cut above the rest and previous mice you tested and which is alone switchwise and technical made for a decade of usement and a mouse you really pleased with for a long time don't even think about to use something different, or investing a bunch of multiple dollars in different medium quality mice you are never pleased with for real and spending a few hundred dollars for one after another?
this was a rethorical question and i think you know what i mean and the answer. i am saying that because of personal experience.
cause this is a simple product consumer methode worth gold. better invest in quality once, than investing in lowclass stuff mulitiple times.Edited by mousefan - 12/1/13 at 6:36am