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G100s is an older budget mouse. Compare it to G302 and all the points for the G900 apply there too.

Also LGS doesn't influence mouse cursor movement, that was only true for setpoint back in the day.
That's true. Forgot about the G302. But let's say we go back a generation. Abyssus 2014 vs. g100s. I would say the 2014 is overall better. It goes back and forth with every new release. Also, LGS still affects mouse movement for me.

Again ONLY you, seem to notice that effect, NOT for anyone else. Hence stop posting it as some kind of RECOGNIZED affliction here because it isn't. Also choosing the G100S and making comparisons with an Abyssus 2014 which is,(was) more expensive than the G100S to begin with. Hypocrisy doesn't seem to affect your own RANT in regards to choosing which choice samples to air here.
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Either way, my point was that blind hatred towards a company is just stupid.

The ONLY blindness shown here, is by you..... applaud.gif
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"To give the gamer more control and command over so much power there is some sort of a smoothing agent incorporated on the mouse chip that gives that different feel, that edge, that authority over your shots."

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You are funny.
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You are funny.
That entire "review" is one of the greatest works of theater I've ever witnessed. Literally a contemporary classic. Still not sure if that guy was a lunatic, a lying Razer crony, or simply one of the greatest comedic minds of the past century.
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That entire "review" is one of the greatest works of theater I've ever witnessed. Literally a contemporary classic. Still not sure if that guy was a lunatic, a lying Razer crony, or simply one of the greatest comedic minds of the past century.

Each time I sea that sig I smile a little. I finally today googled it. I'm convinced he must be a razer employee, cause that text just reeks ad copy.
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Still not sure if that guy was a lunatic, a lying Razer crony, or simply one of the greatest comedic minds of the past century.

People are strange creatures indeed.

Anything to do with Razer have literally brought out the crinks and loopy's who actually believe in the Company's Propaganda.

Now you know why Hitler was so popular in the beginning because EVERYONE wanted to believe in his Promises (Lies) devil-smiley-019.gif .
post #246 of 422
Whew


btw this mouse has heavy smoothing

Just going to throw that out there in case someone was trying to decide between it and some mouse that doesn't
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Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

People are strange creatures indeed.

Anything to do with Razer have literally brought out the crinks and loopy's who actually believe in the Company's Propaganda.

Now you know why Hitler was so popular in the beginning because EVERYONE wanted to believe in his Promises (Lies) devil-smiley-019.gif .

That's true for everyone, you for example have your beliefs, that also, may or may not be based on falsehood. Our nervous system isn't built to handle information 100% correctly. And what happened in germany could happen everywhere, for example where you live. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milgram_experiment for example was tested in several different countries, and didn't deviate much in results in germany or the us.
post #248 of 422
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

Whew


btw this mouse has heavy smoothing

Just going to throw that out there in case someone was trying to decide between it and some mouse that doesn't

Uh-oh, order cancelled. Thanks for saving my hide thumb.gif
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gj wareya lol
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Smoothing even without Synapse, I take it?
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