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Avior beats both of these guys if you like the shape but is more expensive and correspondingly much better in build quality wink.gif

I cant stand Ambidextrous mice. Never liked the shape to much. Build quality is questionable. I had Naos 3200 a couple years ago. I Really didn't notice anything over competition. If your going for build quality my vote would go towards Corsair or Logitech.
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I cant stand Ambidextrous mice. Never liked the shape to much. Build quality is questionable. I had Naos 3200 a couple years ago. I Really didn't notice anything over competition. If your going for build quality my vote would go towards Corsair or Logitech.

Naos 7000 fixes that. Actually I almost forgot, the Corsair M45 is pretty good too.
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I thought about going for Naos 7000 its just $80 price point was the deal breaker for me. I think where they have leg up on SS Rival and the DA is the ability to store your presets within the mouse . Really nice feature if your switching computers a lot. Although Cloud storage will do the same.. I will say theres one thing I don't like about the Rival is no x/y axis dpi. Not sure why they haven't done this.. Mionix and Razer have done it.
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I think where they have leg up on SS Rival and the DA is the ability to store your presets within the mouse . Really nice feature if your switching computers a lot. Although Cloud storage will do the same.. I will say theres one thing I don't like about the Rival is no x/y axis dpi. Not sure why they haven't done this.. Mionix and Razer have done it.

The Rival stores settings on the mouse.
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Naos 7000 fixes that.
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The Rival stores settings on the mouse.

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