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Originally Posted by badben25 View Post

You think I should add that to the click latencies spreadsheet, or wait for some IRL results?
You should wait. That is what past Razer mice have used afaik and I doubt they changed it, but I don't think anyone has tested yet.
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Thanks for the laughs Razer.
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

You should wait. That is what past Razer mice have used afaik and I doubt they changed it, but I don't think anyone has tested yet.
I dunno. After using the Elite for a good 5 days now, coming from the Chroma, I really feel and see no actual improvement (aka: upgrade) with these 'new' switches vs. the switches they've always used in previous iterations of the DeathAdder. They're good switches but not overwhelmingly a vast improvement in my opinion. Sure, they sound more 'clicky' - so cute, right?

I dunno if Razer was paying any attention when Logitech was tuning their G900 wireless mice to perform better than their last DeathAdder. They would be unwise not to improve on that. Then again, unless I had actual tests, graphs, etc. that I'm constantly perusing rather than focusing what's going on in-game, I wouldn't know the difference. thumb.gif
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I can't freaking comprehend. I guess my english is too bad.

"designed from ground up by Razer"
"co-designed with Omron"

I mean if you design something from ground up it's supposed to mean that YOU design it, no?

Edit.: they seriously are trying to market HIGHER click latency........................
Edited by M1st - 10/4/16 at 6:11pm
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

I can't freaking comprehend. I guess my english is too bad.

"designed from ground up by Razer"
"co-designed with Omron"

I mean if you design something from ground up it's supposed to mean that YOU design it, no?
Well, Apple does the same thing. Designed from the ground up in the U.S. but built in China as well as most of the parts being from there (to keep costs down and to maximize profit$ and sap all the money from all the iSheep who love to buy iPhones bi-annually - lol)
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Well, Apple does the same thing. Designed from the ground up in the U.S. but built in China as well as most of the parts being from there (to keep costs down and to maximize profit$ and sap all the money from all the iSheep who love to buy iPhones bi-annually - lol)

No i mean, apple at least doesnt say that they design in US and then say that it's designed in US and China in the very next sentence.
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

No i mean, apple at least doesnt say that they design in US and then say that it's designed in US and China in the very next sentence.
I hear ya. Razer's past history isn't exactly fantastic. They've been known to cut corners (go with their "own rendition" of mechanical switches for their keyboards) and it seems like they do a lot of over-marketing. Aside from that, I don't really mind where the thing is made or designed as long as it works well (especially when it comes to PC peripherals or accessories) thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

I dunno. After using the Elite for a good 5 days now, coming from the Chroma, I really feel and see no actual improvement (aka: upgrade) with these 'new' switches vs. the switches they've always used in previous iterations of the DeathAdder. They're good switches but not overwhelmingly a vast improvement in my opinion. Sure, they sound more 'clicky' - so cute, right?

I dunno if Razer was paying any attention when Logitech was tuning their G900 wireless mice to perform better than their last DeathAdder. They would be unwise not to improve on that. Then again, unless I had actual tests, graphs, etc. that I'm constantly perusing rather than focusing what's going on in-game, I wouldn't know the difference. thumb.gif

They simply got a stronger spring for the switch. Much like I was saying about putting a stronger spring in the D2F-01F switches, but they did it for the Chinese Omrons. They also didn't put the adjustable button thing from their Mamba in the new DeathAdder "Elite" (not like that design was awesome). They didn't separate the button piece either. All they did was add debounce, increase the spring strength so they wouldn't get RMAs and market it as "esports."

Razer saw what Logitech was doing and the response they were getting from places like this forum. They tried to scoop up those consumers with the "new" sensor DeathAdder. It worked. You wonder why they don't improve the shape? Why they don't improve the buttons? Because for the last decade they didn't have to and apparently still don't. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

I hear ya. Razer's past history isn't exactly fantastic. They've been known to cut corners (go with their "own rendition" of mechanical switches for their keyboards) and it seems like they do a lot of over-marketing. Aside from that, I don't really mind where the thing is made or designed as long as it works well (especially when it comes to PC peripherals or accessories) thumb.gif

I don't mind it either, i'm just super attentive to this kind of cognitive dissonance inducing stuff.
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