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post #871 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Chuck89 View Post

Thank you for your quick answer!

Unfortunately ( as you know) there is now way to test this mouse here in germany before ordering it. I used a logitech g5 for 7 years - tried a G502, DA 2013 and a Rival the last few weeks. None of these mice did satisfy me, because of poor building quality or other flaws. I guess i have a) too high expectations and/or b) was struck with bad luck.

My problem is that the Mionix mice seem to be the only alternatives left. I have big hands, i dont like ambidextrous mice, i want an optical sensor and a high quality mouse in general - so theres nothing much left out there.

I have seen that maybe amazon.de is going to have a few Naos 7000 in stock in a few days.
http://www.amazon.de/Mionix-Scroll-Rad-PC-Maus-2-Wege-Produkt/dp/B00HGKQ6VY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1399979983&sr=8-1&keywords=naos+7000.

3-4 days shipping time are acceptable, but the naos will be cheaper from amazon...

just to update my last post, in case you are still interested in this information.
it took a little more than 1 week to get my refund.
that's very fast compared to some of the german online shops. thumb.gif
still can't find anything negative about those mionix guys rolleyes.gif
post #872 of 1929
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I don't particularly lift my mouse a lot, but is it worth changing the default LOD?

Same here. but if its to high or low the feeling of the aiming changes. at least for me using hardpads. but im very sensitive to this kind of things.
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post #873 of 1929
Ordered the Avior (again) to give it another shot.

Quick question - is the Angle Tuning option in the Mionix software the same as angle snapping?
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post #874 of 1929
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Originally Posted by MLJS54 View Post

Ordered the Avior (again) to give it another shot.

Quick question - is the Angle Tuning option in the Mionix software the same as angle snapping?

Should be. I always keep it off anyway
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post #875 of 1929
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Ordered the Avior (again) to give it another shot.

Quick question - is the Angle Tuning option in the Mionix software the same as angle snapping?

Angle tuning option is to adjust the orientation of the sensor. For example, if you held your mouse at a 15 degree angle, you could compensate by setting the angle tuning setting to 15 (or is it -15, I forget).
post #876 of 1929
For this mouse can you remap the dpi buttons below the scroll wheel to be generic buttons as I would like to use them for functions in a game?

I've been using a SENSEI for about 3 years now and are satisfied with the sensei but need 2 extra buttons below the mouse wheel, already using all the other buttons on the mouse.
post #877 of 1929
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Angle tuning option is to adjust the orientation of the sensor. For example, if you held your mouse at a 15 degree angle, you could compensate by setting the angle tuning setting to 15 (or is it -15, I forget).

Thanks for the clarification. I definitely hold mine at a 10-20 degree angle. Will have to mess around with this setting to see if it helps.
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post #878 of 1929
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For this mouse can you remap the dpi buttons below the scroll wheel to be generic buttons as I would like to use them for functions in a game?

I've been using a SENSEI for about 3 years now and are satisfied with the sensei but need 2 extra buttons below the mouse wheel, already using all the other buttons on the mouse.
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post #879 of 1929
Does anyone's right click feel slightly less clicky or softer than the left click?
post #880 of 1929
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Does anyone's right click feel slightly less clicky or softer than the left click?

Nope, both click's feel pretty same for me.

P.S Does anyone can tell me what really the Angle Tuning does ? I tried -30 and +30 and can hardly notice any difference though....
Edited by fnade - 5/23/14 at 11:34pm
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