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post #1271 of 4018
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Originally Posted by geForZ View Post

IMO no software is a good thing. it makes the ceiling for quality slightly lower but it makes the floor WAY higher. Look at the ASUS Sica, great little mouse but it has a lot of delay and it had WAY more at launched, like 30ms. this is because the software was programmed poorly. If it had no software, the floor quality of this mouse could have been way higher.
what you just said made no sense. having optional software doesnt make a mouse perform worse
post #1272 of 4018
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Originally Posted by geForZ View Post

IMO no software is a good thing. it makes the ceiling for quality slightly lower but it makes the floor WAY higher. Look at the ASUS Sica, great little mouse but it has a lot of delay and it had WAY more at launched, like 30ms. this is because the software was programmed poorly. If it had no software, the floor quality of this mouse could have been way higher.

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post #1273 of 4018
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Originally Posted by Dylan Nails View Post

what you just said made no sense. having optional software doesnt make a mouse perform worse
I posted just after that saying that I was given false information and trusted what a friend of mine said. Although, I still prefer no software. I'll take button combos any day since they're so much easier for LANs.
post #1274 of 4018
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I posted just after that saying that I was given false information and trusted what a friend of mine said. Although, I still prefer no software. I'll take button combos any day since they're so much easier for LANs.

You can do this with software and on board memory and not have to deal with any button combinations at all.

There's no positive gain to not having software support. Unless you don't want fixes, enhancements, and enjoy buying the next model for simple updates that could be done through software.

Or if you own a Ninox Aurora. But that was the fault of bst and whomever made the shoddy software to begin with one of an outlier than a reason to not have e software.
post #1275 of 4018
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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

You can do this with software and on board memory and not have to deal with any button combinations at all.

There's no positive gain to not having software support. Unless you don't want fixes, enhancements, and enjoy buying the next model for simple updates that could be done through software.

Or if you own a Ninox Aurora. But that was the fault of bst and whomever made the shoddy software to begin with one of an outlier than a reason to not have e software.
I'm just a combo of lazy and old-fashioned. What I meant by it being easier on LAN is that at the CS:GO majors for example, they have pre-built computers (only Steam and CS:GO installed) with very limited internet access. Going to download that stuff like Razer Synapse and Logitech G or whatever is a pain. That probably won't ever be a problem for me, but since I use a lot of different computers I still hate that ****. As for the on board memory, that's fantastic but a lot of the time settings don't stick on mice, idk why.
post #1276 of 4018
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Originally Posted by geForZ View Post

I'm just a combo of lazy and old-fashioned. What I meant by it being easier on LAN is that at the CS:GO majors for example, they have pre-built computers (only Steam and CS:GO installed) with very limited internet access. Going to download that stuff like Razer Synapse and Logitech G or whatever is a pain. That probably won't ever be a problem for me, but since I use a lot of different computers I still hate that ****. As for the on board memory, that's fantastic but a lot of the time settings don't stick on mice, idk why.

You have to supply your drivers to the organizer and then download them from the FTP. Some organizers don't care about you using the internet (you still have enough internet access at stricter tournaments).
post #1277 of 4018
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Originally Posted by 3Shells View Post

wow, it looks terrible, like a 15 dollar mouse from aliexpress. The coating looked better earlier.

That's just a picture with poor lightning and no white balance, if he took a picture of anything at that same angle/lightning it wouldn't look good
post #1278 of 4018

By the time this mouse is released there is going to be so many other 3360 mice on the market that Finalmouse is going to be irrelevant. Logitech hurry up with the G200 already.

post #1279 of 4018
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Originally Posted by geForZ View Post

I'm just a combo of lazy and old-fashioned. What I meant by it being easier on LAN is that at the CS:GO majors for example, they have pre-built computers (only Steam and CS:GO installed) with very limited internet access. Going to download that stuff like Razer Synapse and Logitech G or whatever is a pain. That probably won't ever be a problem for me, but since I use a lot of different computers I still hate that ****. As for the on board memory, that's fantastic but a lot of the time settings don't stick on mice, idk why.

Most mice have onboard memory that allows you to set them up once with software and then use that configuration on whichever computer you use the mouse on.
Best way imo is what Mionix did with the Castor, having an exe that allows for changes to the mouse without any need to install it.

No software at all these says is just lazy.
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post #1280 of 4018
I don't get why people act like Zowie-style button combos to change stuff and software are mutually exclusive. There's no reason you can't have both; only reason we don't see it is because people let companies get away with only putting in the effort for one. And worse we have people spreading misinformation and acting like software is some evil thing which allows companies to market "software-free!!" like it's actually a good thing.
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