Originally Posted by detto87
You're right, the hype got way out of hand on here.
Still, it's the only mouse nowadays that has
- above 4m/s
- without acceleration or jitter or prediction
- and with a low (or adjustable) LOD
- that is ambidextrous
- and has good quality switches
No other mouse as of this day offers this.My FK spazzes out from time to time when doing quick swipes in-game.
The coating of it is really oily and nasty now too.
And the huano switches (as much as I like their feeling) don't help for following moving targets while shooting.
Same with my Zowie AM, sadly. >:
Originally Posted by metal571
The only reason I was excited about it is that it hits a number of marks that are missed often on other mice. Build quality is a big one. Being ambidextrous and having the latest optical sensor is another one (are you listening yet SteelSeries). It was the perfect mouse to transition to from the Sensei. I find the shape highly neutral to a large amount of possible grips, just by playing with it. My grip is kind of weird though, I think I'm somewhere in between a fingertip and a relaxed claw, but maybe that's why it works so well for me. I have the FK also and it works with my grip just as well.
Ye i get the love for the AVIOR.. and i didn't deny it, it's a good mouse. Not matter if i don't like the shape.
Yet i (and you guys aswell) can't understand how those companies don't get the point.
As you mentioned Steelseries. A Sensei with a 3310, so difficult. Why Steelseries, why?