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post #21 of 91
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Originally Posted by pez View Post

OCN users here that buy the mouse and talk about it and like it? I gave you two examples of sources here, but I see your mind is set. Enjoy smile.gif.

most of which got it for free and still don't even use it as their daily driver. no idea why you'd even bother to comment on what I said about its competitive viability of g900 when all you can say is there are some people on overclock.net that likes it and talks about it.
post #22 of 91
this mouse is exactly the same as the g900... after chemo
post #23 of 91
Your original statement was questioning why we thought the G900 wasn't all that great for competitive FPS, we replied that like the G502 they're not popular with pros due to things like shape and weight.
You then posted links of people who've posted on this forum saying how much they like the mouse.

Lets be clear, those people have shelled out a lot and most people will ignore faults, or aren't experienced enough to recognise issues. Pros are in the unique position of being able to pick whichever of their sponsors mice they'd like free from any buyers remorse.
post #24 of 91
Yay, a 200g mouse. Exactly what we need.
post #25 of 91
the pope wouldn't bless this mouse
post #26 of 91
Hm, well, I mean, I'd never dream of using it for gaming-- the shape and overall design are pretty much the exact opposite of what I'd want for that purpose, except for the fact that it has a good sensor-- but right now I'm working on re-learning some of my long dormant 3D graphics skills (not that they were ever much to begin with), and I could definitely see the additional analogue input modalities and other functions being useful in that context.

Edit: I dunno, maybe I'll back this after all. It'll depend on just how broke I'm feeling later in the campaign...
Edited by FoxWolf1 - 6/28/16 at 12:08pm
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post #27 of 91
This looks like the Samsung approach towards mice: cram as much sensors as you can with as much useless stuff as you can. While this mouse is absurd for gaming I believe designers will find this mouse quite a useful tool. Oh and the in-air gestures look pretty cool for flying games.
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post #28 of 91
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This looks like the Samsung approach towards mice: cram as much sensors as you can with as much useless stuff as you can. While this mouse is absurd for gaming I believe designers will find this mouse quite a useful tool. Oh and the in-air gestures look pretty cool for flying games.


I'm pretty sure that the majority of decent designers would use a wacom tablet instead of a mouse, even more so when the mouse looks like a war wound
Edited by Wphantom - 6/28/16 at 11:05am
post #29 of 91
That looks incredibly stupid.
post #30 of 91
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I'm pretty sure that the majority of decent designers would use a wacom tablet instead of a mouse, even more so when the mouse looks like a war wound

It could be nice for 3D designers, like the 3Dconnection space pilot. Obviously this is not a mouse for competitive gaming, but I think the ideas are interesting. Probably not really feasible, because who would hold their mouse in midair for several minutes when doing flying games for example, but the thing like entering setup mode when you look at the lcd screen is a nice feature imo.

But even while I say that: I can think of nobody who would actually use any of that.
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