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post #121 of 154
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Originally Posted by petejones7 View Post

The MS-3's don't fit. I just ordered some MS-2's and I'll report here if they fit.
Do they fit? I stand before the same choice.
post #122 of 154
Any new information on this mouse? Yes, it uses an older sensor but it's still one that can perform well in today's mouse market.

Did they ever fix button pre travel in M1/M2? Can M1 and M2 be pressed simultaneously and register at the same time? The shape of the mouse and its feather-like weight have had me intrigued from the start, but the QC issues have kind of kept me away.

Have things improved with the Aurora?
post #123 of 154
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Originally Posted by Brigand253 View Post

Any new information on this mouse? Yes, it uses an older sensor but it's still one that can perform well in today's mouse market.

Did they ever fix button pre travel in M1/M2? Can M1 and M2 be pressed simultaneously and register at the same time? The shape of the mouse and its feather-like weight have had me intrigued from the start, but the QC issues have kind of kept me away.

Have things improved with the Aurora?

it's pretty nice. no issues with mine. but i sold it to a friend since it was meh quality / feel wise in comparison to previous mice i've owned.
post #124 of 154
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Originally Posted by Vaesor View Post

it's pretty nice. no issues with mine. but i sold it to a friend since it was meh quality / feel wise in comparison to previous mice i've owned.

Thanks for the reply. I think I'll be buying this mouse on the near future then. I've had cheap mice and ones with nicer build quality and I think I can put up with cheap, office-mouse feel if the sensor is good and the buttons feel decent.

I also want to try the shape of the Aurora. I think the way it tapers down as it goes from front to rear will really work.
Edited by Brigand253 - 10/28/15 at 2:05pm
post #125 of 154
What is the M1/M2 button actuation force like? Stiff like Zowie or softer like most other mice?
post #126 of 154
Like most other mice.
post #127 of 154
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

Like most other mice.

Well darn, I thought I read somewhere (couldn't find it again) that they required higher actuation force like a Zowie.
post #128 of 154
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Originally Posted by Brigand253 View Post

Well darn, I thought I read somewhere (couldn't find it again) that they required higher actuation force like a Zowie.

They're not as light as Razer, Mionix and Logitech, but they're not as hard as Zowie. That's from my experience.
post #129 of 154
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Originally Posted by Vaesor View Post

They're not as light as Razer, Mionix and Logitech, but they're not as hard as Zowie. That's from my experience.

Thanks for your help on this Vaesor. That's good to hear, I'll be purchasing one today then.
post #130 of 154
Alright lads, some heads up here: Corepad C1 isn't compatible with Ninox's 3090. The sensor is malfunctioning whenever I don't swipe the mouse pararelly with the weaving direction of the mousepad.
As a low sensitivity FPS player I am obviously not going to swipe fully straight lines with it, so whenever I want to make a quick turn or something I'm suddenly looking at the sky or at the ground. Tried this with both feet installed as well, didn't change a thing.
Such a pity, because I love how this mouse feels like, the texture it has is great, the weight is great, the buttons are good for me. The scroll wheel is loose and the cable is a bit stiff but I could live with that.
This malfunctioning tho... nah.

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