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post #161 of 477


Zowie polling rate implementation & Logitech LOD detection. Doesn't seem like there is any software either. Only thing that might be a problem is this is their first released mouse so I hope the 3310 implementation is decent. I'm still hyped though biggrin.gif
post #162 of 477
I'm looking forward to seeing this mouse in the hands of some reviewers. I really like the style and how they implemented the button presses in order to change dpi, rate and lift off. The big waiting points for me will be the input delay and the weight.
post #163 of 477
For 120 euro's i can buy two other great mice.
Like a G502 and a Steelseries Rival.
post #164 of 477
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Originally Posted by pinobot View Post

For 120 euro's i can buy two other great mice.
Like a G502 and a Steelseries Rival.
One of them is a brick with a hideous wheel and the other one has a terrible coating that will melt in your hand in 3 months. Great mice indeed.
post #165 of 477
Did we get a weight for this?
post #166 of 477
Ducky singapore told me that pre-orders will be shipping next month, in case anyone was wondering.
post #167 of 477
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Originally Posted by end0rphine View Post

Ducky singapore told me that pre-orders will be shipping next month, in case anyone was wondering.

Good, looking forward to an all PBT shelled mouse cheers.gif .
post #168 of 477
didn't even know you could pre-order. where?
post #169 of 477
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didn't even know you could pre-order. where?

PM Ducky singapore on facebook. They said they do international shipping.
post #170 of 477
That's only if you don't mind paying 2x the actual cost.
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