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post #41 of 79
Getting this mouse soon and am so excited. Currently have a FK1 but the buttons are a bit too stiff for my liking. They work but I prefer omrons. This looks like the inbetweener of Sensei and Kana I've been waiting for, for so long. Good review too!
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post #42 of 79


Really want this mouse now actually. I had the kinzu v3, the sensor minus the low malfunction was pretty nice. a souped up version should be more than adequate for my purposes.
Edited by subreach87 - 11/9/15 at 3:41pm
post #43 of 79
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Really want this mouse now actually. I had the kinzu v3, the sensor minus the low malfunction was pretty nice. a souped up version should be more than adequate for my purposes.

Just be careful it weighs ~20g more its pretty absurd. I thought the same thing coming from the Kinzu.
post #44 of 79
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Really want this mouse now actually. I had the kinzu v3, the sensor minus the low malfunction was pretty nice. a souped up version should be more than adequate for my purposes.

Uhh... Doesn't the Kinzu v3 have a ADNS-3050?
post #45 of 79
I suppose he means the "improvements" that were implemented into the 3059.
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I suppose he means the "improvements" that were implemented into the 3059.

I still think that is just a marketing name.
post #47 of 79
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I still think that is just a marketing name.
Oh no doubt. They couldn't advertise super-high DPI so they had to push the "new and unique" sensor.
post #48 of 79
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I still think that is just a marketing name.
Oh no doubt. They couldn't advertise super-high DPI so they had to push the "new and unique" sensor.
Why not just use an Avago 9800 and interpolate it to 16400 dpi? Bigger dpi=bigger mouse marketing e-peen
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I still think that is just a marketing name.

The worst part? Even if it was unique, it would be still pathetic.
post #50 of 79
Yup, nothing special. Just marketing buzz.
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