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Division Zero Gaming M50 by Das Keyboards

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http://www.divisionzerogaming.com/m50/

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Yay or nay?
Edited by aayman_farzand - 1/26/16 at 7:15pm
post #2 of 21
my god what have they done
post #3 of 21
172 grams
????????
post #4 of 21
We're not even in the second month of the year and the worst mouse of all time has already been made. I swear to insert god I dont believe in that nothing can possibly top this in 2016.
post #5 of 21
That mouse looks pretty "advanced" biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

The way they call everything advanced is making me cringe.
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The Division Zero M50 Gaming Mouse is outfitted with the most advanced sensor yet, the 6400 DPI 4G laser sensor. It tracks so precisely, pro gamers will always hit their target exactly where they need to. With 4 LED light indicators, the 4G optical laser sensor has adjustable DPI settings of 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400 DPI.
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I like how they advertise metal parts as if it were a positive thing.
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172 grams
????????

Strictly for Mechanics and Bouncers wanting to use a mouse that won't break during usage applaud.gif .
post #8 of 21
What were they thinking when they made this mouse? Laser sensor, 172 grams, metal scroll wheel, 300 clicks per minute (what does that even mean?), optimized for MOBA and FPS games, 800/1600/3200/6400...?
    
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post #9 of 21
172 grams. Metal components.

You can use it as a flail to defend yourself when someone breaks into your house. I know I wouldn't want to get hit with one of these things.
post #10 of 21
4g laser sensor?
if this is twin-eye and <$100 i'm buying it
but it's probably just another 9800 mouse.

but dear lord the level of bs on the page rivals that of finalmouse's page
>ultra-quiet low-friction aluminium Teflon feet
aluminum teflon. ???? is it that hard to write "teflon-coated aluminum"?
>metal 4D tilt wheel
apparently people have no idea what dimensions mean.
>the 4G optical laser sensor
actually this would be the proper way to call sensors like the 9500 and 9800.
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