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post #571 of 1498
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Originally Posted by kicksome View Post

That's with the cable right?

yes, thats right. dont have it w/o cable.
post #572 of 1498
But That 120g includes the cable doesn't it?
post #573 of 1498
edit.
post #574 of 1498
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Originally Posted by dzlDave View Post

yes, thats right. dont have it w/o cable.

Well, you can get a pretty close sans-cord measurement by simply putting the mouse on the scale with the cord hanging off then lifting the cord somewhat near the mouse so it's applying negligible weight. You can see if you're doing it right by checking any other mice you have for which you know the weight without cord.
post #575 of 1498
how can i find out the release date of my used Rival by having serial codes/ P/N under mouse only? After reading some comments, I assume there were released two batches of Rivals, one with bad clicks, another one with crisper (good) clicks, amiright?
post #576 of 1498
As far as I know, they released one batch with poor quality rubber on the sides, and then the next batch had slightly better quality rubber. No changes in switches, that stuff is invisible so SS would not care.
post #577 of 1498
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Originally Posted by Ufasas View Post

how can i find out the release date of my used Rival by having serial codes/ P/N under mouse only? After reading some comments, I assume there were released two batches of Rivals, one with bad clicks, another one with crisper (good) clicks, amiright?
First you write a comment about the Rival 100 in the Rival thread and then a Rival comment in the Rival 100 thread. Complete chaos!
post #578 of 1498
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Originally Posted by RDno1 View Post

First you write a comment about the Rival 100 in the Rival thread and then a Rival comment in the Rival 100 thread. Complete chaos!

This just again shows that I am interested in both mice, ;- )
post #579 of 1498
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Originally Posted by a_ak57 View Post

Well, you can get a pretty close sans-cord measurement by simply putting the mouse on the scale with the cord hanging off then lifting the cord somewhat near the mouse so it's applying negligible weight. You can see if you're doing it right by checking any other mice you have for which you know the weight without cord.

I would but I dont have any scale...the wight I had was from product info page.
post #580 of 1498
anyone know what this guy is saying?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZoGthuKgxI

mouse looks good. im really curious to know how high the LOD is, the kana v2 was unusable for me due to the high LOD (yes i know it uses a 3090) even after the latest fw for it.
my xornet has really low lod and a 3050, hope?
Edited by discoprince - 10/7/15 at 3:54am
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