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guys, as I stated I couldn't stop me from buying the new gear.

I understand your point,and above all, the support thing....I would have bought from Mionix, I really hate Razer, but with the discount it was a deal.

sorry guys

I bought deathadder+g240 for 50€ after they made me try them a bit....
the mat is awesome, 1mm thin, good balance between friction and gliding. it's so thin that it does not feel like a cloth math under the weight of the mouse and the hand


but don't worry, knowing myself, in max a couple of months i'm gonna buy the mionix tongue.gif

You better do! Jk, hope your happy with your purchase. You got a great deal after all.
post #32 of 44
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You better do! Jk, hope your happy with your purchase. You got a great deal after all.

I must say I am happy, mostly with the mat

about the deathadder, I find the shape, weight and grip quite perfect...tracking is fantastic too....but...
the scrollwheel is noisy when I scroll up (I was well aware of this) and there is somenthing else that is really annoying me....
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how the hell should I know the dpi level if the OSD isn't shown during fullscreen games?!!?!?!??!!?
post #33 of 44
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Originally Posted by Blashyrkh View Post

I must say I am happy, mostly with the mat

about the deathadder, I find the shape, weight and grip quite perfect...tracking is fantastic too....but...
the scrollwheel is noisy when I scroll up (I was well aware of this) and there is somenthing else that is really annoying me....
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how the hell should I know the dpi level if the OSD isn't shown during fullscreen games?!!?!?!??!!?

You just set it before the game starts
post #34 of 44
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You just set it before the game starts

obviously tongue.gif but I change DPI during gameplay
post #35 of 44
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obviously tongue.gif but I change DPI during gameplay

You can't change DPI during gameplay without using a button that is not dedicated for DPI switching on the Deathadder as it lacks DPI buttons.
post #36 of 44
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You can't change DPI during gameplay without using a button that is not dedicated for DPI switching on the Deathadder as it lacks DPI buttons.

I set the scroll wheel button or wheel down for dpi swithing
post #37 of 44
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I set the scroll wheel button or wheel down for dpi swithing

Well, you'll just have to feel the change in DPI kinda.
post #38 of 44
Personally I would stay away from Razer products.

I would go with the Logitech, at least then you will know you are buying from a half decent company.


I actually use the G500 myself as the shape is so perfect and I have no issues with it. I actually have two G500's but my other one feels kinda different, like it has different button switches and doesn't feel as accurate. Though IDK maybe all G500's are not built the same or something.

Other then some weirdness to the shape of the G400 I would still pick it over the Deathadder.

Plus the DPI Buttons on the Logitech are nice, though the G400 is still lacking in that department.


NVM I guess. Shame that you are now using Razer gear now. tongue.gif
That Company is a joke wink.gif


you should have gotten the G500s
Edited by DzillaXx - 3/3/14 at 7:05am
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I used a DA for a couple of weeks and ended up switching back to my old G400. The main reason behind this was because of the DA's grip - I was getting extremely bad hand cramps during gaming, something I never experienced with the G400. I did not have any tracking issues (pixel skipping, negative accel, etc.,) with the DA, or the G400 for that matter, so I'd say you definitely can't go wrong with either mice. For me personally, I prefer the G400's grip over the DA.
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post #40 of 44
I also had my fair share of Razer products which tended to lack in build quality and died sooner than later.

Then again I never felt in love with the G400s either. The surface material felt like a step back from the original G400, however what completely killed it for me was the stiff cord.
I never managed it to not affect the mouse movement negatively.
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