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post #31 of 37
"extremely light at only 105 grams"

lmao

Aside from that, the mouse looks ridiculous, in a good way. I'm curious to see what more people see about it.
Edited by wareya - 9/25/15 at 5:36am
post #32 of 37
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

"extremely light at only 105 grams"

lmao

Aside from that, the mouse looks ridiculous, in a good way. I'm curious to see what more people see about it.

Well the Pro S is 77g. For a mouse that size, it's very good.
post #33 of 37
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

"extremely light at only 105 grams"

lmao

Aside from that, the mouse looks ridiculous, in a good way. I'm curious to see what more people see about it.

Well the Pro S is 77g. For a mouse that size, it's very good.

Are we now seeing past RAT haters slowly becoming future RAT Lovers thinking.gif ?
post #34 of 37
200 bucks only get 1 sensor additional sensors cost 25 bucks a pop.
post #35 of 37
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200 bucks only get 1 sensor additional sensors cost 25 bucks a pop.

Just get the Madcatz PRO S... worth giving a shot imo, they provided a brush in the pro x to clean out things stuck between crevices. Even madcatz are aware of their impractical design...

The PRO X is $200 but I doubt it will stay near that price for long.
post #36 of 37
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Originally Posted by semantics View Post

200 bucks only get 1 sensor additional sensors cost 25 bucks a pop.

Just get the Madcatz PRO S... worth giving a shot imo, they provided a brush in the pro x to clean out things stuck between crevices. Even madcatz are aware of their impractical design...

The PRO X is $200 but I doubt it will stay near that price for long.
True that mouse uses what a 3310 weights like 80g much more fitting to this crowd.
post #37 of 37
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The PRO X is $200 but I doubt it will stay near that price for long.

That will always be the newly released price, then afterwards it drops faster than the resale value of a Ford Falcon yessir.gif .
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