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post #2771 of 3818
Well, s**t. I bought a M.M.O.7 yesterday. LOL.
I would try to help with the thread, however I don't quite qualify for such a big club rolleyes.gif
Edited by Tarnix - 4/22/13 at 1:22pm
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post #2772 of 3818
Hi all, I decided to buy a mouse M.M.O.7 but need advice.
I have quite sweaty hands - is it better to buy MATTER OR GLOSS version? What material is use?
(smaller question eventually - if a person sweats hands is probably a better choice white variant what:D)

What a difference in the material in these mice:
http://store.gameshark.net/Mad_Catz_M.M.O._7_Gaming_Mouse/5111/428
VS
http://store.gameshark.net/Mad_Catz_M.M.O._7_Gaming_Mouse_for_PC_and_Mac_Gloss_Black/5380/428
or white version is better? but in this white isnt write matte or gloss :/
http://store.gameshark.net/Mad_Catz_M.M.O._7_Gaming_Mouse_for_PC_and_Mac_White/5340/428

It seems to me that such material what is on matte version that after prolonged time would again show shiny spots.
And it seems to me that the gloss version will be better in this situation.
Or am I wrong?

I now have mouse logitech g700 wireless gaming mouse but there has made ​​me shiny spots on left button and one small spot on right button.


I decided between R.A.T. and Razer Ouroboros. But ourobos is now only in matter version frown.gif and many people wrote on internet that ourobos have problem defact with left click button,strange sound and small problems with x-axis.
Edited by PepeCZ - 4/24/13 at 3:56am
post #2773 of 3818
On quite sweaty hand some matt/non-glossy finish should provide better grip. The white version is glossy too, as the red version. On white you wouldn't see such shiny spots compared to black but if you then would have matt you would see dirt even sooner.

On the matt/shiny topic: it depends on the material the manufacture uses, but sure on glossy it's not possible compared to matt. Yet i can't tell what material Cyborg/Mad Catz uses neither if it last long as i don't got my MMO7 for such a time.

So my advice: Get a black/orange matt and clean it every 2-4 weaks or get a glossy one and adjust with the gripped rests.
post #2774 of 3818

Matte. That's one thing rats do well, I never found my mouse to be slick. :)

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post #2775 of 3818
thx for your reply.

but my problem is: when i made many many clicks (starcraft2,diablo3,etw) this matte matirial after some time down and create shinys spots. (sorry for my english). and therefore I ask yours users cyborg mice. It seems to me that the white version will be better protected from prolonged use of polished places.

(my picture shows: no sweaty areas but the area that long-term use slid and it seems to me that matte version the same material as logitech g700 wireless gaming mouse)
Edited by PepeCZ - 4/24/13 at 7:57pm
post #2776 of 3818
If you are really that worried about it you can go and try a glossy one (don't matter then if black/white/red). You probably want to use the gripped rests then, check here the "One Pinkie Grip/One Palm Rest with a rubber inlay for enhanced grip."
I personally wouldn't want to play with any glossy mouse. Especially with sweaty hands. It just feels uncomfortable, sweaty even on non-sweaty hands, has no grip (while the rubbered rests might allow enough control), and you probably still have to clean it anyways. But if you don't play for excessive hours, don't need heavy control like for fast fps games and feel the finish to be comfort enough for that use it might be perfect for you.
post #2777 of 3818
this is maybe true. i guess i decided for this. only small question for owners this mice - now madcatz used sensor philips?or other? some peoples write me that this sensor isnt good for one axis (same as razor ourobos) is it true or not? or are they just rumors? now i have my mouse with lastest avango sensor (avango s9500) and this sensor haven't problem with any axis.
Edited by PepeCZ - 4/25/13 at 4:17pm
post #2778 of 3818
Yes, it has PLN 2033 which has Z-Achsis Bug and Dynamic CPI Scaling. While with 2033 they addressed that bug in the following way: After you lift off, the mouse still moves but if you let it down the cursor moves back to where it was. Either it has 25g less weight than the Rat7 it is still a heavy mouse (131g minimum) so you don't want to lift-off the mouse anyway, at least i don't lift off generally so .... Dynamic CPI Scaling might be a topic for you as it adds some acceleration. But i found out it's depending on the set DPI. I would use non straight DPI settings (meaning not 900, 1000, 1400, 1800 ...).

True 9500 doesn't have such problems but quite others that would bother me more.
Edited by diNovoM - 4/26/13 at 7:26am
post #2779 of 3818
So I've bought my RAT9 a while back. Probably two years ago. An issue has gotten worse and worse with the scroll wheel. When scrolling one way only, the actual scrolling on the pc jumps a few scrolls in the opposite direction, making it take forever to scroll from for example weapon slot 1 to weapon slot 5 in games.

Anyone have the same problem or know how to fix it? Its been bugging me for a few months now...
post #2780 of 3818
Woot! got my RAT 7 a couple of days ago and I'm hooked . This critter is awesome! . Pity my enemies smile.gif

Also Cyborg G.L.I.D.E 9 surface 10/10 for both.

First post here please go easy on me smile.gif

Regards.

Dave.
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