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post #1111 of 1929
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Originally Posted by phamtom View Post

Just a quick question, i have a rival but the build quality is awful, is the avior better?
Definitely.
post #1112 of 1929
well, with regards to build quality yes, one of the best I've tried.
but it does indeed click differently right/left, so QC may be a bit strange, or it's partially the shell design since a lot of people got it like that now...?
it's not a big issue at all for me, though. or at all. thumb.gif
post #1113 of 1929
Anyone successfully RMA a mouse from Mionix? My AVIOR 7000 died after 4 months and it seems like they are giving me the run around. I told them I have plugged my mouse into 2 different MacBook Airs and 2 different PC desktops and the mouse does not even turn on or work. They told me it was a Windows 8.1 compatibility issue and to wait for new firmware. This was 1 month ago.

I have a NAOS 5000 I'm using in the mean time, but if this is how Mionix support is going to be I think this will be my last mouse with them. It's a shame because I love their stuff.
post #1114 of 1929
is it possible that you could plug in a non-Mionix mouse and set it up so you can try updating the FirmWare on the Avior, while it is plugged in?
maybe it could actually be a FirmWare issue.
post #1115 of 1929
Not sure if that works but I'm already on the latest firmware and software. Their firmware and software haven't been updated in months.
post #1116 of 1929
ohh ok, well that sounds problematic frown.gif cable yanked too hard or something? seems like it should be RMA-able in either case...
post #1117 of 1929
Nope I never touched the cable, just using it normally and one day it suddenly died... really hope they will resolve this...
post #1118 of 1929
is there any stuff that hold cable on the desktop?
i ve seen it from razer or zowie but cant remember name or form factor
are they useful?
post #1119 of 1929
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Originally Posted by ajx View Post

is there any stuff that hold cable on the desktop?
i ve seen it from razer or zowie but cant remember name or form factor
are they useful?
I use a big can of soup; for the bigger the can would be, the cable wouldn't bend excessively, to prevent damage.
post #1120 of 1929
How to hold your cables down:
1) Take unused CPU or GPU heatsink...
2) Success!


Or just use some duct tape or something and tape it down. Save your moneyz!
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