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post #91 of 137
Added My Roccat Kova to the list. While I love it it has one or two niggling faults like the build quality and the button placement.
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post #92 of 137
In my opinion the weight of a mouse is very important and should definitely be given more precisely, i.e. in grams. This value should be for an empty (if weight is adjustable) mouse measured without cable.
If no user measurement is available the vendor's spec could be listed marked with an asterisk or similar.

Listing the Razer Imperator as "Very Light" is ridiculous, for example (138g according to spec and feeling on the heavy side when touched in the store).
post #93 of 137
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In my opinion the weight of a mouse is very important and should definitely be given more precisely, i.e. in grams. This value should be for an empty (if weight is adjustable) mouse measured without cable.
If no user measurement is available the vendor's spec could be listed marked with an asterisk or similar.

Listing the Razer Imperator as "Very Light" is ridiculous, for example (138g according to spec and feeling on the heavy side when touched in the store).
It's not accurate because this list is purely based on user input lol

On the other hand, I could accurately place the weight in my thread if it helps others.
Edited by Skylit - 1/31/11 at 7:12am
post #94 of 137
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In my opinion the weight of a mouse is very important and should definitely be given more precisely, i.e. in grams. This value should be for an empty (if weight is adjustable) mouse measured without cable.
If no user measurement is available the vendor's spec could be listed marked with an asterisk or similar.

Listing the Razer Imperator as "Very Light" is ridiculous, for example (138g according to spec and feeling on the heavy side when touched in the store).
Even when the weight is adjustable its important, because there are mouses that without any weight are light, but others are heavy.

An example is logitech g500, I dont know the weight without any weights, but as far as I know its pretty heavy, probably 130g+, an a4tech x-748k just reaches that weight with all the weights.

But its important to put the weight without the cables.
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post #95 of 137
I love my Naga, got the red led one, and matches my logitech G510!
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post #96 of 137
There are no votes for the WMO or IME? I see there aren't many competitive gamers here...

Too many kids playing crysis nowadays
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post #97 of 137
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There are no votes for the WMO or IME? I see there aren't many competitive gamers here...

Too many kids playing crysis nowadays
Because the only thing that really great on that mouse is the grip. It was the best mouse spec-wise until the DA came out. Then came the Xai which has everything the WMO/IME had, and then some.

Sometimes sticking to the old stuff isn't necessary.
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post #98 of 137
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Because the only thing that really great on that mouse is the grip. It was the best mouse spec-wise until the DA came out. Then came the Xai which has everything the WMO/IME had, and then some.

Sometimes sticking to the old stuff isn't necessary.
Except xai costs how much? Overpriced as hell with marginal improvements (if any) over the wmo. I've not used a xai myself but from what I've heard, it's not that good for the price point given.
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post #99 of 137
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Because the only thing that really great on that mouse is the grip. It was the best mouse spec-wise until the DA came out. Then came the Xai which has everything the WMO/IME had, and then some.

Sometimes sticking to the old stuff isn't necessary.
The WMO/IME are still among the best imo. They have no +/- accel unlike a little in the xai(avago 9500) and no prediction unlike the(mx518, ec1,2, ikari, kinzu) and barely any lod unlike the da. The only negitives are the malfunction speed if you hit it that high and the mouse wheel bug.
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post #100 of 137
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Except xai costs how much? Overpriced as hell with marginal improvements (if any) over the wmo. I've not used a xai myself but from what I've heard, it's not that good for the price point given.
If you can still get it, and it works for you, then that's great The malfunction speed is too low for me though, so I'm sticking with my Xai.

I had actually forgotten about it, but yes, the Xai does have negative acceleration on cloth. I don't like using cloth pads so that doesn't affect me. But if you're a cloth fan then the WMO should be a better fit for you.
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