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post #11 of 27
WMO 1.1a with omrons


Oh wait, i have that. smile.gif
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post #12 of 27
My Kinzuadder 3gv2 with some new alien wireless tech that beats wired and doesn't add extra weight or USB 3 @ super-speed. Dpi cycle switch between 900/1800 dpi. Kana v2 scroll. M1/M2 detached from the shell.
Native 900 dpi step, although would prefer 800 slightly more.
Edited by Yahar - 3/19/14 at 7:21am
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Originally Posted by Yahar View Post

My Kinzuadder 3gv2 with some new alien wireless tech that beats wired and doesn't add extra weight or USB 3 @ super-speed. Dpi cycle switch between 900/1800 dpi. Kana v2 scroll. M1/M2 detached from the shell.
Native 900 dpi step, although would prefer 800 slightly more.

Ah, yes... that would certainly be the ideal mouse for me as well. thumb.gif

I'm jealous of your Kinzuadder, though. winksmiley02.gif
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post #14 of 27
G9x-adder (3G) with FK's scrollwheel and cord.
Edited by paers - 3/27/14 at 2:09pm
post #15 of 27
  • Shape: Zowie AM (with rubber finish)
  • Sensor: The old Deathadder 3G Sensor with no prediction firmware
  • Buttons: I actually like the distinct click feel of the huano's, but if they could make them slightly more easily to press multiple times in a row that would be great
  • LOD: I don't really care, as long as it doesn't affect sensor performance

If anyone makes that, I'll place an order of 10 and sell all my other mice.
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post #16 of 27
Hm maybe I should revise a bit.

Shape of the Sensei, coating and weight of the Sensei raw or lighter. Scroll wheel of the Avior. An ADNS-9800 or a derivative of that tech with NO ACCELERATION and 1 mm LOD. Then someone needs to make a 19"x14" hard plastic mat with the surface of the MM400 to go with that.

I would sell my entire peripheral setup to get that.
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post #17 of 27
Steelseries kinzu shape with a razer deathadder sensor + perfect sensor position. Oh wait this thing lies right next to me.


Ok ill have to admit i would still prefer a mx300 with 900/1600 CPI native step sensor. Maybe even with a little bit of angle snapping.
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post #18 of 27
Sensei Raw shell
Omron's that are present in the Thronmax Carbon X1
3310 sensor
Customizable LEDs (not important, but nice)


Make that, and I'm set for life.
Edited by maxvons - 3/24/14 at 5:21am
post #19 of 27
I am fine with a Deathadder 2013 with a 3310 and good build for example..

But ye i am not too picky and could write up some small wall of text with features i want.
Anyway.. imagine a mouse that actually keeps your hands warm while gaming, that'll be neat. LOL
Edited by Amperial - 3/25/14 at 1:37pm
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I am fine with a Deathadder 2013 with a 3310 and good build for example..

But ye i am not too picky and could write up some small wall of text with features i want.
Anyway.. imagine a mouse that actually keeps your hands warm while gaming, that'll be neat. LOL

Cold feet and hands have something to do with the effects of adrenaline. You can try to counteract this by warming up your core by wearing a thick sweater for example. The body will start to pump more blood into your extremities to try to keep your core cool.

I have a hunch that both cooling or warming a hand done by the mouse wouldn't be a good idea. It would backfire and you'd often wish for the opposite of what the mouse does.
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