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post #371 of 1493
Is SteelseriesDave legit? I just noticed he posted the same thing on the reddit topic under the name dzldave. Only been a redditor for 17 hours.

post #372 of 1493
Well he hasn't been confirmed legit to my knowledge.
post #373 of 1493
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Is SteelseriesDave legit? I just noticed he posted the same thing on the reddit topic under the name dzldave. Only been a redditor for 17 hours.
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Well he hasn't been confirmed legit to my knowledge.

Remember that guy that came onto the forums right before Razer released their Philips Twin Eye mice? The guy that was trying hard to sell the PLN sensor as the world's most advance sensor for gaming.
post #374 of 1493
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Is SteelseriesDave legit? I just noticed he posted the same thing on the reddit topic under the name dzldave. Only been a redditor for 17 hours.


Yeah, i noticed the same discussion on reddit. Thought i share some info there as well. As im not the official rep to reply in forums i didnt bother register a name including Steelseries.
post #375 of 1493
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Remember that guy that came onto the forums right before Razer released their Philips Twin Eye mice? The guy that was trying hard to sell the PLN sensor as the world's most advance sensor for gaming.
His claims weren't so far off if you exclude the exaggerations. This guy, however, claims to work at Steelseries and that he has insider knowledge concerning the sensor - yet he calls the Rival 100 as ergonomic even though it's 100% ambidextrous (except the side-buttons seem to be only on one side). Doesn't seem very legit to me.
Edited by trism - 9/25/15 at 10:22am
post #376 of 1493
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Remember that guy that came onto the forums right before Razer released their Philips Twin Eye mice? The guy that was trying hard to sell the PLN sensor as the world's most advance sensor for gaming.

My intention was not to overhype it, just clearify it was a new 3059 sensor(yes, base on 3050) and not 3050 which most thought before. This is for sure not the most advance mouse(standard Rival is still more advance), but a very competitive mouse for 39.99 € and good enough for pro-gaming.
post #377 of 1493
What did steelseries pay you?
Free gear? Get out of here, ur not real.
post #378 of 1493
Well no need to prove anything. Time will tell whether your statements are accurate or not and I have no doubt we will know everything about the performance of this sensor shortly after it's release. I was just posting what I observed.
post #379 of 1493
Making a custom sensor based off the 3050 (which is old tech) is ludicrous, why not just use the 3310 instead and call it a day.
post #380 of 1493
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Well no need to prove anything. Time will tell whether your statements are accurate or not and I have no doubt we will know everything about the performance of this sensor shortly after it's release. I was just posting what I observed.

no, problem. fair enough
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