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post #11 of 83
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Originally Posted by Killerlinez View Post

Thanks, going to look into it =) Too bad it isn't wireless =( But cheap and awesome!!
I am a pretty casual gamer =) I play most often FPS games but sometimes TPS (third person shooter)

Get the g602 as metal said.
post #12 of 83
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Like, any noticeable "lacks"?
post #13 of 83
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Like, any noticeable "lacks"?

Not for the casual gamer. That's why I asked, if you have mental problems as me and you play 8 hours a day you'll not like that mouse.
post #14 of 83
It has a lower perfect control speed than some laser mice, but outside of that, the sensor is pretty nice.
post #15 of 83
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It has a lower perfect control speed than some laser mice, but outside of that, the sensor is pretty nice.
Pretty much this. Also the fact that it isn't as light as an FK1 and has too many side buttons for FPS that aren't needed.
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post #16 of 83
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Not for the casual gamer. That's why I asked, if you have mental problems as me and you play 8 hours a day you'll not like that mouse.
I do play like 2-10 hours (rare that i play 7-10 hours tho)

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Originally Posted by DivineDark View Post

It has a lower perfect control speed than some laser mice, but outside of that, the sensor is pretty nice.
What does this mean?
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Pretty much this. Also the fact that it isn't as light as an FK1 and has too many side buttons for FPS that aren't needed.
If you have any experience, how's the light? And it has a TON LOAD of buttons... That's why I didn't consider it in the beginning
post #17 of 83
Big fan of the steelseries rival at $59.99 it's a great buy. Can also 3d print your own nameplates which is kind of cool.
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Big fan of the steelseries rival at $59.99 it's a great buy. Can also 3d print your own nameplates which is kind of cool.
Not wireless, awful customer support, only passable build quality.

Low PCS means if you move the mouse too fast it will skip and not track properly. Also the 602 is the only optical wireless gaming grade mouse in existence.
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post #19 of 83
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Originally Posted by Killerlinez View Post

I do play like 2-10 hours (rare that i play 7-10 hours tho)
What does this mean?
If you have any experience, how's the light? And it has a TON LOAD of buttons... That's why I didn't consider it in the beginning

It means that you can only move the mouse 2.5m/s(?) before the sensor stops tracking. Many low sensitivity gamers can out pace the sensor. For comparison, the new 3310 and 3366 can pass 5m/s, and even the 3090 will approach 4m/s.
post #20 of 83
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Big fan of the steelseries rival at $59.99 it's a great buy. Can also 3d print your own nameplates which is kind of cool.
I know, the first mouse I realized I wanted til' I wanted wireless cause of my ducked up desk...
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

Not wireless, awful customer support, only passable build quality.

Low PCS means if you move the mouse too fast it will skip and not track properly. Also the 602 is the only optical wireless gaming grade mouse in existence.
Oh... I really don't want to risk that if I'm going to put 100 dollars on a mouse. And if you count out the SS Sensei Wireless (cause of the price) then there is really no mouse... The world is poor on wireless gaming technology...
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It means that you can only move the mouse 2.5m/s(?) before the sensor stops tracking. Many low sensitivity gamers can out pace the sensor. For comparison, the new 3310 and 3366 can pass 5m/s, and even the 3090 will approach 4m/s.
Ok, thanks!
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