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Just got the sensei and i feel that my right mouse buttons is more sensitive than my left click. Is it normal ?
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any replies ?
post #3 of 5
no its not normal if you dont like rma it.

that simple.

What kind of answer where you expecting? tongue.gif
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Yeah I think mine is like that too, but it may vary from unit to unit. If you don't like it, RMA it and try another unit. Or you can take it back to the store if you got it from a store. I almost always like to try and return mice from brick&mortar stores before actually buying it at a good price online just in case, or for reasons like this.
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

Yeah I think mine is like that too, but it may vary from unit to unit. If you don't like it, RMA it and try another unit. Or you can take it back to the store if you got it from a store. I almost always like to try and return mice from brick&mortar stores before actually buying it at a good price online just in case, or for reasons like this.

I found the whole return process is always much easier for online stores. Here , we are protected in the sense that we can send anything back withing 14 days after receiving it. You can just send it back, no questions asked, and you do not have to wait , discuss, explain and drop by customer service. The other reason why I think returns and making use of warranty is easier is because typically the receipt is mailed to you in digital version. In the past, I never used warranty for anything. Nowadays I just go and do a search in my gmail to see the purchase date, check for warranty and get the receipt.
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