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post #101 of 244
I will buy Kiro for sure to try out.
I really like what they are doing as well.
post #102 of 244
Why no new smaller shell sad-smiley-002.gif
post #103 of 244
I've never tried the Lua shape, how is it compared to the Rival 100/Kana/Kinzu? Kiro has the A3050 so I'd probably like the performance at 500 CPI.

It's 100 grams though...
post #104 of 244
Lua has a very narrow shape.
post #105 of 244
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So let's say, if at work you guys start to insult each other, does it mean you should be able to do the same in a public forum?

Protip: Words are just words. They literally have no more weight or value than what you let them have. If you find what someone says offensive, I question why you are allowing a series of random letters or sounds to have mystical powers over you. The only thing that matters is the intent behind them.

That being said, where I work F-Bombs are used in place of "um" or "like" pauses. The intent is to be a filler sound, thus it's nothing more than a filler sound. Nothing to get upset over, unless of-course you do in fact give words magical powers over you. Basically, chill, no blood no foul, and it's silly to expect everyone around the world from different environments to speak only in a manner that you personally find appropriate.


Back on topic: I for some strange reason really like the looks of the new Kova, how are the older variants of it in general as far as comfort goes?
post #106 of 244
Using F-bombs to compensate for the lack of vocabulary? Damn, people these days.
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post #107 of 244
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Using F-bombs to compensate for the lack of vocabulary? Damn, people these days.

Most versatile word in the English language cheers.gif
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Protip: Words are just words. They literally have no more weight or value than what you let them have. If you find what someone says offensive, I question why you are allowing a series of random letters or sounds to have mystical powers over you. The only thing that matters is the intent behind them.

That being said, where I work F-Bombs are used in place of "um" or "like" pauses. The intent is to be a filler sound, thus it's nothing more than a filler sound. Nothing to get upset over, unless of-course you do in fact give words magical powers over you. Basically, chill, no blood no foul, and it's silly to expect everyone around the world from different environments to speak only in a manner that you personally find appropriate.


Back on topic: I for some strange reason really like the looks of the new Kova, how are the older variants of it in general as far as comfort goes?

It doesn't bother me so no, i'm not upset. And that's not the point.
I'm just saying that, in general, trying to justify a bad behavior because in your workplace everything is allowed doesn't make sense.
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post #109 of 244
Somebody knows wich optical sensor it will be in the new KOVA??
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Somebody knows wich optical sensor it will be in the new KOVA??

Pixart PMW3320 most likely. Not sure if it was confirmed already. Specs match.
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