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A lot of the best FFXIV raiders use MMO mice because sensor is irrelevant in those games for the most part, I, however (and I am the #2 MCH on my server) use a Kinzu with no side buttons and use my mouse almost not at all when playing, the majority of my input (turning, moving, and casting) are all on my keyboard.

Same. I have 3 full tabs for my WHM, all controlled by keyboard. MMO mouse wouldn't be of any use.
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only because the nyth didn't get traction.

i'd easily use the hex for any moba/mmo, before that i did just fine with naga, no reason why anyone wouldn't use a naga back then
Edited by lyrill - 9/1/17 at 8:14pm
post #33 of 114
I actually am so disappointed by Razer's shape design.
Other than that, Razer isn't that bad.

The only Razer shape that worked was the original krait.

DA has a safe shape so it has been widely adapted by so many people.
I bet Razer made it by accident. Because they never duplicated the success of DA shape.
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Mamba has a pretty good shape. Would buy one with a 3389 in a heartbeat.
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duh
but it's 8 button bruh

Lol yeah I know, but you're not using the top two buttons for anything, are you? You're gonna change your whole grip just to reach them in the middle of a game?
post #36 of 114
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I actually am so disappointed by Razer's shape design.
Other than that, Razer isn't that bad.

The only Razer shape that worked was the original krait.

DA has a safe shape so it has been widely adapted by so many people.
I bet Razer made it by accident. Because they never duplicated the success of DA shape.
razer never make good shape. The whole success of the DehathAdder is success of the Microsoft intellimouse.
But shape of basilisk not bad and looks like shorter and higher g502
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Mamba has a pretty good shape. Would buy one with a 3389 in a heartbeat.

True, a wired mamba with proper sensor would be great.
post #38 of 114
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you mean the mamba te has bad sensor? it;s k i never bought naga hex v2 either

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Lol yeah I know, but you're not using the top two buttons for anything, are you? You're gonna change your whole grip just to reach them in the middle of a game?

dude you do realize that 310 dpi switch is progammable?

i would ignore it if the ride side buttons were anti misclick as marketed, they were borderline so but clicking them is hard thanks to that too so i just disabled them for now, if i could use them i would have 4 keybinds and not all cluttered together like a mini nagahex, instead now i rely on that switch to change up 2 pairs and give up using all 4 at once
Edited by lyrill - 9/1/17 at 8:37pm
post #39 of 114
Even if I loved the shape, I'm sorry but a 107g FPS mouse? kookoo.gif

Better be cordless for that weight and even at that it's going to push a lot of sales away.

Again an FPS mouse, so why 16,000 DPI? doh.gif I guess more is better, sooooo must be better. whistle.gif

IMO mouse companies marketing FPS mice should use 50 DPI increments for fine tune ability as a selling point, not a kazillion DPI.
     
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dude you do realize that 310 dpi switch is progammable?

Lol yeah, I know that... That's not what I'm saying, though. For example, take two mice. Say that one has 2 buttons on the top of the shell, and the other has 1. I'm not immediately going to prefer the 1st mouse over the second because of this, because those buttons are useless to me in an FPS game. I'd have to change my grip to reach them, or take my hand almost completely off the mouse. That's what I meant earlier by practically a 6-button mouse. And the point I was trying to make was that the weight of the mouse made no sense. It's not like it has 12 buttons or an OLED display or anything. Gets completely beaten by the G403 for example, assuming you're comfortable using both shapes.
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