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post #91 of 371
Unable to disagree with that.
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A store in Greece has had this mouse for over a month now. I assume this is the first batch. Is there anything wrong with this batch? What's all the talk of delays? Why?
post #93 of 371
Yeah, so i guess i'll spend that voucher now.
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It has been available in Asia for a month now (still selling well I think). However, only the mouse is available, the two optional backpieces (glossy and rubber) are not and probably will not be for a long time.

As for issues, the first batch does have an issue where the USB cable is too tight and has been recalled in the UK (or you can keep the mouse and wait for the replacement cable). I also had some issues with the driver not allowing me to change the mouse profile - turning Gamesense off fixed it for me.


post #95 of 371
dat RF 10th anniversary though

what are those 2 orange dots on the thumb-area? just as an orientation thing like the bumps on F and J on keyboards?

edit: and HD800
Edited by Bucake - 5/5/16 at 4:26am
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It has been available in Asia for a month now (still selling well I think). However, only the mouse is available, the two optional backpieces (glossy and rubber) are not and probably will not be for a long time.

As for issues, the first batch does have an issue where the USB cable is too tight and has been recalled in the UK (or you can keep the mouse and wait for the replacement cable). I also had some issues with the driver not allowing me to change the mouse profile - turning Gamesense off fixed it for me.



What's your grip and how's the sensor?
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dat RF 10th anniversary though

what are those 2 orange dots on the thumb-area? just as an orientation thing like the bumps on F and J on keyboards?

edit: and HD800

It serves no purposes except to differentiate the Rival 700 from 300 ("Hey I'm more expensive and I got these orange dots to prove ..."). It's not like the homing key on a keyboard; if you place your thumbs there then the three side buttons is a bit hard to reach quickly.

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What's your grip and how's the sensor?

I use claw grip most of the time. The mouse is a bit too long for my small hand but I still manage. Sensor feels slightly better than the other 3310 mice that I had (KPM, Castor, Zowie). Not sure how it compares to Logi's 3366 though; no g303s here and I hate the g502 shape; G900s won't be available until next week or so.
post #98 of 371
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It serves no purposes except to differentiate the Rival 700 from 300 ("Hey I'm more expensive and I got these orange dots to prove ..."). It's not like the homing key on a keyboard; if you place your thumbs there then the three side buttons is a bit hard to reach quickly.
I use claw grip most of the time. The mouse is a bit too long for my small hand but I still manage. Sensor feels slightly better than the other 3310 mice that I had (KPM, Castor, Zowie). Not sure how it compares to Logi's 3366 though; no g303s here and I hate the g502 shape; G900s won't be available until next week or so.

How's the weight?
post #99 of 371
I'm also interested about the weight w/o cable.
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dat RF 10th anniversary though

what are those 2 orange dots on the thumb-area? just as an orientation thing like the bumps on F and J on keyboards?

edit: and HD800

Orange dots are memory buttons so you can place your thumb in the same spot every time. They did the same on one of their keyboards.
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