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how to get it to uk?
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how to get it to uk?

UK is part of EU smile.gif. Just write us in Kontakt on Polish website or write us an email. We will help get you an order done quickly. Price will also be same as rest of EU.
post #72 of 908
I dont know which shapes you can get for mouses but i would love a Intelli 1.1A shape or the MX518/G400 shape with a good sensor
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Is there a way we can pay with PayPal or do you guys only accept credit cards currently? I only (for the most part) buy things with PayPal nowadays.
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Even though no software is a huge con, Zowie and Finalmouse have successfully spun it as a positive so if you want someone to thank for making 'no software' gimmick sell more, you can thank the fanboys who blindly copy pros setups.
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Even though no software is a huge con, Zowie and Finalmouse have successfully spun it as a positive so if you want someone to thank for making 'no software' gimmick sell more, you can thank the fanboys who blindly copy pros setups.

How does people "blindly copying pro setups" have anything to do with no software mice becoming popular? Not every mouse has on-board memory and some that do randomly reset to defaults without the software installed. Why is it wrong that some people don't want to go through the hoops of installing what is more often than not bloated software? If you want a mouse with software then get a mouse with software. If you don't want a mouse with software then get one that doesn't have software.

I couldn't care less about whether or not the mouse has software, I just want a mouse that performs well and fits well in my hand with good build quality and click latency that doesn't suck. I haven't found it yet.
    
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Is there a way we can pay with PayPal or do you guys only accept credit cards currently? I only (for the most part) buy things with PayPal nowadays.
. I could pay with PayPal. Got the PayPal mail from their support.
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Is this on amazon?
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How does people "blindly copying pro setups" have anything to do with no software mice becoming popular? Not every mouse has on-board memory and some that do randomly reset to defaults without the software installed. Why is it wrong that some people don't want to go through the hoops of installing what is more often than not bloated software? If you want a mouse with software then get a mouse with software. If you don't want a mouse with software then get one that doesn't have software.

I couldn't care less about whether or not the mouse has software, I just want a mouse that performs well and fits well in my hand with good build quality and click latency that doesn't suck. I haven't found it yet.
I seen $10 mice that have software and don't reset...I don't mind not having software but with that software you can customize a lot of ****, and it's not like your settings will be gone next time you plug it in another computer majority of the times...hence why I dislike this "plug&play" scheme you people fall for.
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why I dislike this "plug&play" scheme you people fall for.

I'm not exactly part of the people that prefer mice with or without software but I guess to each their own, I don't care if it has software or not as long as it's comfortable with good build quality and good latency. thumb.gif

EDIT: Yeah when I go to the site the only option I have is credit card payment.

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Well with 3310 you can still get away with it. With 3360 you can't really. I personally don't need SW. I just want the leds to be turned off and maybe change polling rate.

Finalmouse is going to look like a bunch of dumbarses when they release a 3360 with no software, where it's biggest selling points are customization, surface tuning, small native increments in CPI and others.
But, history will repeat itself and they are doomed to fail in that regard. They are making money in the short term and not caring about customers in the long run. They'll die out eventually.
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I think the biggest issue with mice that don't have software is that most modern day sensors are native in increments of 50 DPI/CPI, what if I want to use 450 DPI? That's what I use over 400 DPI because I prefer it, why do I prefer 450 over 400? Because I just do. I feel that using DPIs like 450, 900, 1250, is more natural to me while most people may consider it a little unusual.
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