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post #151 of 155
Ive got no probs with high lod on my glorious & cougar control 2 ... thats the only 2 pads I use atm ...
post #152 of 155
You get less than 1 cd with the glorious ???
post #153 of 155
I like this mouse better than the G Pro. For one, when you rest your fingers on the mouse buttons, the buttons do NOT depress. You can actually rest your fingers on the buttons now. Two, the cable is orgasmic. Three, I got the white version and it looks fantastic with the lighting. Four, the mouse wheel seems easier to click. Five, it's cheaper than the G Pro. What's not to like?
post #154 of 155
The feet in the front of the mouse are held with adhesive, yes? I gather you can just lift the corner of the foot with a knife and access the screw and then put the feet back. Also there'd probably be no problem with just snipping that thing there and removing the side button actuator assembly. The button assembly is screwed on there, you can see it, it's an easy removal. Also, you don't need both screws to hold the thing together. One is fine, and it's heavy overkill. Could probably pour any glue in the upper shell mounting area (where the screw drills in) and just put it back together (just one of the drillpoints) it'd be much improved.

Actually, most mice have a notch around where the cord connects holding the shell together yes? Just toss the screws probably.

Yes, that black thing, it's notched. God, thing's upper shell is hilariously overbuilt. This thing could be an easy 71g if they wanted it. If they really wanted to, they could make a 30g version that would be hard to break - all they'd have to do is use furnacing and reinforcing material at some points. They probably responded to market pressure in that people don't want things that are "flimsy" and "too light."

A custom job of these that weighed like 52g would run maybe 800-1300 bucks or so I think.
Edited by PrincessSlipper - 7/5/17 at 4:07am
post #155 of 155
I got this mouse a few days ago.
It's a very nice one,especially for it's price but it feels small to my hand.And I don't have a big hand.
Maybe I got used to the microsoft laser 6000 I had for almost 10 years and not covering by whole palm really itches me.
If I dont get used to it,I'm thinking of bloody t70 for a replacement.
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