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post #61 of 125
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Originally Posted by AloneInTheDuck View Post

Wired have so much weight. 104g frown.gif

Meh ec1 is like 99g, as long as it grips well and is distributed it shouldn't feel too awful.. I'll wait for a best buy display to pop up lol
post #62 of 125
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

€90 = ~98 USD for europeans upsidedwnsmiley.gif

Is wireless edition supposed to cost 150 euro? Here Polish shop ProCPU made page for it with price 389 PLN, which is ~92Euro, but it isn't available at the moment. For example in the same shop Deathadder elite is ~68Euro - similar to Zowie prices.
Edited by Avantu - 4/27/17 at 2:10pm
post #63 of 125
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post


Meh ec1 is like 99g, as long as it grips well and is distributed it shouldn't feel too awful..

 

Its smaller than Sensei though, also the buttons are extending to the side. :/

post #64 of 125
Not gonna lie, Razer know a thing or two how to make cool looking products.
The shape is kinda reminiscent of a less flat Avior
Edited by RevanCorana - 4/27/17 at 12:58pm
post #65 of 125
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

€90 = ~98 USD for europeans upsidedwnsmiley.gif
120 in Canada for the TE, same as the wireless G403 rolleyes.gif
post #66 of 125
I am kinda happy that the wired version is too heavy for my liking (so i can talk myself out of buying it). The shape looks great and i would have definitely bought it, if it wasn't for the weight. I already own way too many mice now.

God damn it.
What is wrong with me? I just buy everything and can only use one mouse anyways.
post #67 of 125
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Originally Posted by James N View Post

God damn it.
What is wrong with me? I just buy everything and can only use one mouse anyways.

Nothing it is just a "cultural" thing biggrin.gif
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consumerism
post #68 of 125
I've always dismissed razer products because they don't have onboard storage. Looks like they are bringing it back? Is there a catch? I hate synapse but generally like razer shapes. Hope they do this for other models.
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post #70 of 125
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Originally Posted by Ashbury View Post

I've always dismissed razer products because they don't have onboard storage. Looks like they are bringing it back? Is there a catch? I hate synapse but generally like razer shapes. Hope they do this for other models.

We don't know for sure - as of right now the software that supports the 'onboard' storage apparently hasn't released yet.

I hope it's something people can change their desired settings and uninstall and have the mouse retain everything - and not one of those 'oh you can exit synapse or put it in offline mode - but if you uninstall it then the mouse forgets everything'

At the very least if it does have full onboard memory you can expect the mouse to not have a 400 dpi default and start at 500hz to ensure that you at least download the software and create a razer profile (all speculation but it seems to be their tactic for whatever reason)
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