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post #371 of 477
fair enough! smile.gif

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post #372 of 477
There is a new review on youtube. Has someone else have problems with skipping sensor on the talent or another pad?
post #373 of 477
Seems like this mouse is perfect in every way except the 1,000,000 click rating of the sidebutton switches... Is that really such an issue? The switche should still last a long time right?
post #374 of 477
In my opinion, the 20m clicks are more a theoretical parameter. You can read so much of double click problems and low lifestyle of this switches. Maybe it is just marketing. For me the real feeling of the switches is more important. And the Ducky seems to be variable for a change of the switches. No problem imo.
post #375 of 477
rated amount of clicks is always one of the last things you should look at. you really think those 20m and 50m and 60m mean that much..?
big numbers is marketing. noobs like us/me should stick with reviews and with experience.
if you see a lot of complaints about buttons failing, then what do you care if the marketing says 60m presses?
10 people saying their buttons started to fail after 5k presses means a lot more than marketing says it's good for 20m clicks, doesn't it?

just ignore those numbers.

as for numbers.. 12k DPI? who would ever use 12k dpi? or even 6k? or 4k?
i use a dual 1080p monitor setup and i think 800 is already too much.
yet, i see so many people hype these huge numbers. you'd think they are kidding, it's still weird to me that they're not.
post #376 of 477
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

i use a dual 1080p monitor setup and i think 800 is already too much.
I feel 800 is a bit too slow for me on my dual monitor (1920x1080 + 1920x1200) setup. I prefer 1200. These things are personal preference and depend on some factors what different people feel "right" for themselves. There surely are people who blindly go for numbers, but it's our all fault because we tend to not understand things. Some people are just ignorant and believe only their opinion is right, everyone else sucks. As long as we don't understand that I don't feel like brands even should educate us more and do less marketing. Just my opinion. You're free to have yours.
post #377 of 477
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Originally Posted by hza View Post

I feel 800 is a bit too slow for me on my dual monitor (1920x1080 + 1920x1200) setup. I prefer 1200. These things are personal preference and depend on some factors what different people feel "right" for themselves. There surely are people who blindly go for numbers, but it's our all fault because we tend to not understand things. Some people are just ignorant and believe only their opinion is right, everyone else sucks. As long as we don't understand that I don't feel like brands even should educate us more and do less marketing. Just my opinion. You're free to have yours.

I have a 5760x1080 setup and use 400. It is 100% personal preference.
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post #378 of 477
After using this mouse for some time, I really do feel like it's a bit too small and heavy. I honestly would just love to see them release another mouse with dimensions similar to the Intellimouse and an ABS body to reduce the weight.

I think they'd rake in the cash with a mouse like that, cause as far as the driverless setup and everything being ready to go on the mouse, it's absolutely brilliant. I don't know why Mionix or Zowie haven't caught on and done the same. Zowie could fit some RGB on their stuff.
post #379 of 477
Too small? Holy s***. How long are your hands and how is the width?
post #380 of 477
Does anyone know where I can buy this mouse in Canada? The only place I see right now is on NCIX and they're currently out of stock.
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