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You have to understand that every OCN reader here expects the DA shape to be the ONLY mouse worth buying and using so when you get a totally different shape their minds explode into distrust and the never going to happen epilogues.

Not true ... I've been "reading" OCN every day for 10 years and I'm not even sure what the DA shape is ... LOL ...

I bought two Gigabyte M7 Thor's about four years ago and have found no reason to upgrade to something "better" or more expensive. I've bought several high end Logitech and Corsair mice over the years just to test but always returned them as I found nothing better about them for me personally than the Gigabytes ...

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I'm not sure what sort of sensor it uses or otherwise but it works real good and my CS:GO score is just as crappy as it always is (with this mouse or any other LOL) ...

Love it.

Almost bought a Logitech G402 Hyperion the other day when it was on sale for 29.99 on some special Amazon deal but in the end didn't as I just couldn't justify the 30 bucks...

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Not true ... I've been "reading" OCN every day for 10 years and I'm not even sure what the DA shape is ... LOL ...
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The DA shape is my way of saying the Death Adder Mouse like shape, which is in effect a brief copy of an IE 3.0, the TRADITIONAL mouse shape recognized here as a Classic Great Mouse shape worth using.

As this is a brand new Z shape, it doesn't match any other previously or currently produced mouse which is good since most here are expecting the old type of designed shape which doesn't work anymore.

Time to experiment with a new shape and I don't mean re-hashing old styles yet again. The G303 isn't new because it's shape still requires the users right hand to remain in it's traditional position only in a more deformed formation. Would like to use this NEW mouse to see personally if it's worth using for long periods of time and doesn't transmit pain like a G303.

If it has a good sensor then it'll be the first firing shot into the arm of stagnant producers, who are still producing over 20 year old shapes, that have never progressed beyond that type of design other than to include useless RGB (Vegas-styled) lights and 16000dpi settings.
post #63 of 91
I thought people ran out of ideas to make mice look ugly. This thing is an award winning.
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I thought people ran out of ideas to make mice look ugly. This thing is an award winning.

That is your FIRST mistake, again concluding an input device's performance strictly by how it looks helpinghand.gif .
post #65 of 91
The problem with this mouse is that it has a high probability of failing in some way because of so many new designs present!
post #66 of 91
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The problem with this mouse is that it has a high probability of failing in some way because of so many new designs present!

Yea the QC better be OUTTA this world. Or GG.
post #67 of 91
*if I'm going to hear another noob praise sensor above anything I will either a: delete my account, b: start looking for the ignore function on this board.
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*if I'm going to hear another noob praise sensor above anything I will either a: delete my account, b: start looking for the ignore function on this board.

Who said sensor was more important than shape, click delay etc? confused.gif
post #69 of 91
Man some people here really have their heads stuck up their butts to the extreme. "my way or the highway" is all I see here, full of egos...
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I bought two Gigabyte M7 Thor's about four years ago and have found no reason to upgrade to something "better" or more expensive. I've bought several high end Logitech and Corsair mice over the years just to test but always returned them as I found nothing better about them for me personally than the Gigabytes ...

that sensor isn't bad at all
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