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post #721 of 1502
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

Sensor

mouse-feet

RE-added dpi buttons. They did not upgrade the side grips.

They did not upgrade it in every single way. Not by a long shot.

the new omrons although they do feel the same maybe the durability really is there, who knows.
i guess the new scroll wheel which personally I dont like. infact i wonder if the chroma scroll wheel is interchangeable?
post #722 of 1502
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Originally Posted by Gonzalez07 View Post

the new omrons although they do feel the same maybe the durability really is there, who knows.
i guess the new scroll wheel which personally I dont like. infact i wonder if the chroma scroll wheel is interchangeable?

Same scroll that wss on the overwatch DA chroma. Lol

Interchangeable i woulllllllld guess yea.
post #723 of 1502
I know in my case the side grips really got slippery fast so kind of disappointing they weren't changed in that respect. I suppose it keeps me tied to regularly cleaning the mouse as opposed to cleaning it when it gets noticeably dirty.
post #724 of 1502
All in all, my Elite feels and performs exactly the same as my Chroma, only that there are 2 more buttons on top and better skates. That's pretty much it (subjective of course)
post #725 of 1502
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

Sensor

mouse-feet

RE-added dpi buttons. They did not upgrade the side grips.

They did not upgrade it in every single way. Not by a long shot.

The braided cable is smoother than the Chroma and the switches are supposed to last longer, so there is that. Also the side buttons felt crisper, dunno if they're using the Razer switches as well but they felt better.

I'd say outside of the shell materials and side grips they improved everything else. I didn't say everything was improved about the mouse, the things that felt better to me were the only things that weren't confirmed by Razer to be different. I'm sure you can tell the difference as well.
Edited by JsBee - 10/19/16 at 4:53pm
post #726 of 1502
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Originally Posted by JsBee View Post

I'd say outside of the shell materials and side grips they improved everything else. I didn't say everything was improved about the mouse, the things that felt better to me were the only things that weren't confirmed by Razer to be different. I'm sure you can tell the difference as well.
I've used my Chroma for over 2yrs. After about 3wks with the Elite, I'd say any performance 'enhancements' are placebo effects in my mind. The sensor feels practically the same to me. Like I stated earlier, DPI buttons and better skates seem to be the only difference I can tell from personal experience. The Elite remains to be my #1....... backup mouse. Been using a G403 as my main ever since I got it.
post #727 of 1502
Quality ptfe replacement feet for Chroma are 3-5$ shipping included,
cable can be debraided for more flexibility, but I would advice replacement by ultra-soft paracord anyways, it makes a huge positive difference, as mentioned it feels like wireless
post #728 of 1502
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

I've used my Chroma for over 2yrs. After about 3wks with the Elite, I'd say any performance 'enhancements' are placebo effects in my mind. The sensor feels practically the same to me. Like I stated earlier, DPI buttons and better skates seem to be the only difference I can tell from personal experience. The Elite remains to be my #1....... backup mouse. Been using a G403 as my main ever since I got it.
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Originally Posted by turbocrea View Post

Quality ptfe replacement feet for Chroma are 3-5$ shipping included,
cable can be debraided for more flexibility, but I would advice replacement by ultra-soft paracord anyways, it makes a huge positive difference, as mentioned it feels like wireless

Yeah, I was mainly trying to compare it to the Chroma cable. I'm sure with a debraided one or a paracord would be even better.

I mainly got the mouse because it IS an updated Chroma and I had some money to spare, so why not? I know Best Buy was having a sale on the Chroma for like $35 which is insane. I would buy another one of those in a heartbeat or recommend that if it is still going on.

I don't know, maybe all of these things are placebo....lol
post #729 of 1502
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Originally Posted by JsBee View Post


I mainly got the mouse because it IS an updated Chroma and I had some money to spare, so why not? I know Best Buy was having a sale on the Chroma for like $35 which is insane. I would buy another one of those in a heartbeat or recommend that if it is still going on.

I don't know, maybe all of these things are placebo....lol

The main point is, some readers me included don't see any noteworthy update (for real gaming periphal enthusiasts anyways smile.gif, which makes this move and the advertisement by Razer seem pretty crooked.
post #730 of 1502
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Originally Posted by turbocrea View Post

The main point is, some readers me included don't see any noteworthy update (for real gaming periphal enthusiasts anyways smile.gif, which makes this move and the advertisement by Razer seem pretty crooked.

A new sensor isn't a noteworthy update to a mouse?
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