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post #131 of 717
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Umm, sorry for the retarded question, but is ~4ms faster than WMO a good thing? I mean, I never worried about the click latency, but I would love to know if CM did a good job with this mouse overall, before buying it.

Thanks! smile.gif
The WMO is average at best so this is better than average but still slower than any of Logitech's mice. This merely suggests CM probably put some effort into optimizing click latency which most mouse companies don't do. In fact I dont think Steelseries realize click latency exists or is important.
post #132 of 717
i think zenith is right

for this pricepoint and if you get along with the shape its way better than g100s

i personally didnt notice any major difference below 8ms
post #133 of 717
Oh, I see, thanks a lot for clearing things up! smile.gif
post #134 of 717
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This merely suggests CM probably put some effort into optimizing click latency which most mouse companies don't do
they put in about as much effort as i did in typing this sentence.
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When is release?
post #136 of 717
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When is release?
I got mine 23.10. , so it is released ...
post #137 of 717
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Originally Posted by Zenith Phantasm View Post

This merely suggests CM probably put some effort into optimizing click latency which most mouse companies don't do
they put in about as much effort as i did in typing this sentence.
Thats more than what Steelseries does tho.
post #138 of 717
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When is release?
I got mine 23.10. , so it is released ...

Yeah, its not out in most countries however.
post #139 of 717
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Thats more than what Steelseries does tho.
well they're probably both just rolling the dice with the ODMs (who are probably the ones who write the firmware)
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Thats more than what Steelseries does tho.

It's really not at all. They are just as lazy.
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