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post #11 of 146
i might pick it up just because Hori makes awesome fight sticks (im too poor to own one) frown.gif
my Qanba Q4RAF is no joke either tho wink.gif.
post #12 of 146
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Originally Posted by Snakesoul View Post

Well, maybe it's made for ninjas, you're in a lan and have a enemy target to get, unscrew that and throw it... Just kidding :-P

Logitech already has a patent for that.


post #13 of 146
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Originally Posted by fuzzybass View Post

As someone else said... Hori is definitely a legitimate name in the arcade stick business. It's the option "other than" Mad Catz... which is basically all you need to know.

Well to be fair, if someone is unfamiliar enough with arcade sticks that they don't know Hori, then they likely know Mad Catz as a company that sells junk (still don't get how they're so much better at sticks than everything else they do).


In any case, neat to see Hori entering the mouse fray. Curious about whether their proprietary switches are actually different or if that's just marketing. The weight seems ok for a mouse of that size, glad the metal part is removable.
post #14 of 146
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Originally Posted by a_ak57 View Post

Well to be fair, if someone is unfamiliar enough with arcade sticks that they don't know Hori, then they likely know Mad Catz as a company that sells junk (still don't get how they're so much better at sticks than everything else they do).

Yea... I think I worded that incorrectly. And I didn't know Mad Catz is decent with arcade sticks.

But basically what I meant to say was that Hori is the anti-thesis to Mad Catz... or at least the Mad Catz that I know to make crappy peripherals.
post #15 of 146
Ahahah so funny derp, couldn't stop laughing.. And I'm at work :-P
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post #16 of 146

This mouse looks interesting.

 

The plate weight seems a clever way to add or remove weight but keep the mouse balanced. The two buttons at the butt of the mouse are interesting though I can't say whether that is good or bad. Cable isn't braided.

 

I hope that they are going to give access to full sensor functionality such as fine LOD adjustment and 50 CPI steps.

 

Nice to see it being ambidextrous rather than another ergonomic mouse. Need to know the mouse dimensions though.


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post #17 of 146
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Originally Posted by Dreyka View Post

This mouse looks interesting.

The plate weight seems an interesting way to add or remove weight but keep the mouse balanced. The two buttons at the butt of the mouse are interesting though I can't say whether that is good or bad. Cable isn't braided.

I hope that they are going to give access to full sensor functionality such as fine LOD adjustment and 50 CPI steps.

Nice to see it being ambidextrous rather than another ergonomic mouse. Need to know the mouse dimensions though.

According to the article Secret Cow posted, the mouse is 125 x 65 x 40. According to google translate, it will feature 50 CPI steps and have 5 settings for LOD.
post #18 of 146
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According to the article Secret Cow posted, the mouse is 125 x 65 x 40. According to google translate, it will feature 50 CPI steps and have 5 settings for LOD.


Sounds like it will strike fear into the heart of the Zowie ZA series.

 

There will almost certainly be software with that many buttons and that means each side button can be mapped to something different like on the Mionix Avior.

post #19 of 146
The tiny bit of respect I still had for Logitech after their space and RGB parade and weird design decisions is all lost for good now after seeing that ad. Just how bad does it get really..? doh.gif


The Hori mouse is another design flaw.
A mouse doesn't need extra weight. It's just stupid. It's all plain design, aestethics and most of all checking tick boxes for the general potato consumer.
post #20 of 146
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Originally Posted by detto87 View Post

The tiny bit of respect I still had for Logitech after their space and RGB parade and weird design decisions is all lost for good now after seeing that ad. Just how bad does it get really..? doh.gif


The Hori mouse is another design flaw.
A mouse doesn't need extra weight. It's just stupid. It's all plain design, aestethics and most of all checking tick boxes for the general potato consumer.

I must have missed the memo where your standards spoke for everyone else.
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