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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by sk0g View Post

60 people who saw the thread, realised they had no experience with this obscure mouse and didn't post. Your point being?

this.
post #12 of 18
get a wired mouse
post #13 of 18
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Originally Posted by headoncollision View Post

not understanding something doesn't mean it's dumb. Especially when it works.

it's dumb
post #14 of 18
Thread Starter 
I went ahead and bought the mouse 2 days and my initial impression is that it's AWESOME!, I have owned logitech g700, RAT 7, Steel series Sensai, mionix naos and avior along with corsair m90 and I tell ya this one is on par with mionix, A4tech is a very underrated company, the thing is very well made, and everything is though off, great switches, accurate sensor, and no lag what so ever, the metallic feet are awesome, smooth and consistent, its software can show u the battery level and it has tons of options in terms of connection, when ur computer is off the mouse goes off cuz there is no transmission and only turn on when it gets a signal from the laptop, very neat and automated, I'm very pleased with it so far, I got to the point where I might buy another one for my desktop, the thing is really well made and thought off, the attention to details in the usage is great, its wireless performance is better than the Logitech g700, u can even use it while charging which is neat, and 27 hours of wireless performance translates to like 4 to 5 days of average usage, so u get to charge it once a week, when battery is low it blinks and u can turn off the lights to save power, all the things that u usually find in high end mice, I didn't expect all these features in a 40$ wireless gaming mouse. I'm impressed and happy smile.gif now my portable gaming setup is complete along with bluetooth speaker here are the pics.















if your wondering why it looks shiny in the last 2 pics it's cuz I create a protective skin for my mice, cuz I have sweaty hands and the acid eats through the coating and make the mouse look really ugly and its touch become inconsistent, I use non residue remnant adhesive like the one u find in computer shops for laptop backs protector but its transparent.
Edited by headoncollision - 6/11/16 at 10:42am
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it's dumb
not understanding something doesn't mean it's dumb. Especially when it works.
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post #16 of 18
Why am I not surprised that the Bloody mat does not lay flat on the table?
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Why am I not surprised that the Bloody mat does not lay flat on the table?
it comes packaged in plastic tube form and its thickness along with how rigid it feels, it takes times to lay flat, it doesn't really bother me, its performance is rather good for a 9$ mousemat, very durable as well, although the edge stitching can be annoying sometimes, but its for my second setup so I wanted something durable that I can transport without fearing of the material splitting after few Lan trips.
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post #18 of 18
hey man! I'm planning to buy a bloody TL70! so I saw your post and it has basically the same shape and wired but with quite a difference in specs and features. Can you tell me more about them? I also started a thread about it in case someone else can help me with it
http://www.overclock.net/t/1603976/gaming-mouse-help-a4tech-bloody-tl70
oh yeah and about it's software how is it?
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