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post #651 of 1544
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

And here's the kicker of all kickers, my DA:Elite feels to run much better with Synapse running in the background as opposed to running the mouse on a rig that does NOT have Synapse installed. In fact, I've had random instances where movement just stops! It's crazy. Yeah, you can use this thing without Synapse (older versions of DAs didn't have this much dependency on it) but I've experienced weird hiccups using it without it.

Just as I guessed.

It's now complete, the Elite model will set the goal from now on to ONLY run effectively with Synapse bloatware installed.

The good ole days of running your Razer Mouse without their bloatware is over, welcome to the new world of keylogging and PC monitoring, almost like another form of Trojan 10 thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif .
post #652 of 1544
If it ever gets to the stage where all companies force you to run their software in the background with potential privacy invasion, that'll be the day I fully support "driverless", software-free mice.
post #653 of 1544
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

If it ever gets to the stage where all companies force you to run their software in the background with potential privacy invasion, that'll be the day I fully support "driverless", software-free mice.

Why would it get to that stage? Not everyone in the world is crazy.
post #654 of 1544
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Not everyone in the world is crazy... yet.

FTFY
post #655 of 1544
How is the glide on it?
post #656 of 1544
This Synapse dependency rules me out. I'm a Linux gamer and there's no Synapse for Linux yet. Going for EC1-A, smooth, driverless experience.
Edited by joaogma - 10/10/16 at 2:44pm
post #657 of 1544
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This Synapse dependance rules me out. I'm a Linux gamer and there's no Synapse for Linux yet. Going for EC1-A, smooth, driverless experience.

Why would you want a keylogger in your system anyway?
post #658 of 1544
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Originally Posted by costilletas View Post

Why would you want a keylogger in your system anyway?

So I can ask Razer what my password is when I inevitably forget it, duh? biggrin.gif
    
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jokes aside, at least you have a choice. The choice of buying the mouse and using it with Synapse.
post #660 of 1544
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Originally Posted by joaogma View Post

This Synapse dependency rules me out. I'm a Linux gamer and there's no Synapse for Linux yet.

PRAY to the Lord it NEVER happens. Bad enough that Razer Corp has it's filthy hands on all versions of Windows to corrupt all their own mouse settings but to inflict that same madness upon the virginal Linux community, would be an atrocious crime.

Long live FREEDOM with your Linux Install thumbsupsmiley.png .
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