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post #91 of 1544
If the new DA has a sensor on par with 3366, low click latency, crisp tactile switches and the QA is better then i'm interested, it might as well replace my g403. Shape/Weight is fine for me(i've used DA's more than any other mice), i dont mind the rubber sides and you can always debraid the cable.

I'm not going to impulse pre-order it this time though, no razer online stores or anything only local stores/amazon. biggrin.gif
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post #92 of 1544
Update DA sensor but don't put at least the 3989 in the Abyssus.
2nd refresh of DA where the right side of the mouse, where one grips, has more non-stick surface area than polymer grip.

Despite having too much disposable income for my own good, I'm pretty pleased to not be sending any of it in Razer's direction. Wasn't Razer an industry leader at some point? Looking back through their product line since I last PC gamed, its like Corsair tripling the price of their garbage and just riding the advertising train. Bleh.
post #93 of 1544
They've always been garbage with cool looking devices and non-existen qc, but I like the DA ;(
post #94 of 1544
I want a DA with rubber sides like the G403's or the Mamba's at the very least.
post #95 of 1544
Enjoyed using my Deathadder Chroma, but absolutely hated the rubber grips. When my hand would get a little sweaty, the grip would become too slippery. Personally, I love the coating on the Logitech G Pro. The coating never became too slippery too hold when my hand got sweaty.
Edited by SynergyCB - 9/27/16 at 4:06pm
post #96 of 1544
Hopefully they fixed the plastic piece that breaks between the shell and mouse 1 switch. What are the odds they don't use the 3360?
post #97 of 1544
i'd buy the gigantus black edition if razer didn't have ridiculous pricing for shipping
post #98 of 1544
I'm suprised that razer hasnt separated the click from the shell.
It seems like Zowie and Razer are the only ones not separating the click from the shell.
I'm pretty disappointed with the fact that there is no on board memory.
Not much reason to switch from a chroma to an elite
post #99 of 1544
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Originally Posted by AuraDesruu View Post

I'm suprised that razer hasnt separated the click from the shell.
It seems like Zowie and Razer are the only ones not separating the click from the shell.
I'm pretty disappointed with the fact that there is no on board memory.
Not much reason to switch from a chroma to an elite

They are more talk than action. People will still happily buy this mouse.
post #100 of 1544
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They are more talk than action. People will still happily buy this mouse.

Yeah which I why I have no respect what so ever for Razer. The fact that they are still bringing in high DPI is absurd and shows they have no respect for themselves or the consumers.
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