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post #121 of 393
considering this mouse sells for under 50€/$ I seriously doubt it has gamer grade sensor in it (3330/3360)

or microsoft just wants to sell a bunch of these and they mass produced them (in quantities larger then razer and logitech do)
post #122 of 393
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Originally Posted by Fanu View Post

considering this mouse sells for under 50€/$ I seriously doubt it has gamer grade sensor in it (3330/3360)

or microsoft just wants to sell a bunch of these and they mass produced them (in quantities larger then razer and logitech do)

MM530 sells for <€50 and has a 3360
post #123 of 393
MLT04 with accelerometer please, how hard is that?

I know many would like to see a worthy MLT04 sucessor in this release but the truth is Microsoft is Microsoft and it's full of fails. As you know, the MLT04 was an "accident" because it wasn't meant to be used for gaming, MS didn't see the potential and business opportunity they created by accident. I'm talking about their (WMO, IMO, IME3.0) mice were the ones that created a new market, the gaming mice market. Oh wait, they actually saw an opportunity there but then they figured out how to screw it up with the Habu and so on.

I mean, how hard was it for the biggest company in the industry at that time to just do some R&D and enhance the MLT04 to make it the best sensor for everything, then fix their scrollwheel and that's it.. Sigh.. oh man, there was soo much potential there
post #124 of 393

Trust Flebay to go EXTREME on a retail product, that shouldn't be sold for more than $39.99USD.

I recon the buyer will now do a pathetic begging routine, in trying to avoid paying this bill, for something that anyone down the street can get way cheaper.
post #125 of 393
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Originally Posted by benllok View Post

I mean, how hard was it for the biggest company in the industry at that time to just do some R&D and enhance the MLT04 to make it the best sensor for everything, then fix their scrollwheel and that's it.. Sigh.. oh man, there was soo much potential there

This is the prime example of the BIGGEST software company in the World and how it operates.

They have a sea of middle-managers, accountants and assistant morons, that all heap praise for failed decisions that cost the company money. Have seen it at work and how it quickly deludes the higher management into an extreme stupor of incompetence and stupidity.

Most other companies would simply liquidate or collapse but not Redmond Central, they just keep going like some monstrous (Zombie-like) entity, completely safe from the real business world and how it actually operates.
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post #127 of 393
Ill probably get one im not as picky with sensors as some are smile.gif
post #128 of 393
Eagerly awaiting some impressions on this mouse since my WMO is on the fritz. If this thing has a decent optical sensor it is going to be legendary... Although it looks like it's going to be some highly accelerated and filtered proprietary garbage, sadly.
post #129 of 393
I ordered one online at Best Buy for local pickup. I got the confirmation that my order was ready. Will be getting it later this afternoon so I'll report back some basic details this evening after a few rounds of Battlefield.
post #130 of 393
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Originally Posted by Alya View Post

Heck you then, maybe I will go get it tomorrow.
Better save up for that DM Kinzu that was teased today
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