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Meh... I'll hang onto my G9x... I didn't buy this thing the moment it came out just to switch when I saw another "nice" gaming mouse. I was happy to get my hands on this thing.

Looks wicked though. Can't deny the allure... it's just less than what it would be if I didn't have the G9x.

/Logitech Fanboy
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eh i found it to feel cheaply made. great on appearance, not so much on manufacturing parts.
Mine is rock solid what are u talking about? Great features, usability, and performance. Better than any other option out there for sure. And I DO NOT use the headshot button... Thats for scrubs... The adjustability is great as is the thumb wheel. Set it to your side arrows and fly through word documents. Gaming mouse they say? Productivity mouse I say. 10 page thesis. 3 hours. 94%. Thank you for assisting my daily activities Cyborg.

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agree with u, I had rat 5, used it for couple of days and sold it on craigslist and picked up deathadder instead.
lol rat5 is trash. The whole point of this mouse are the features in the rat7/9... fail kid
    
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lol rat5 is trash. The whole point of this mouse are the features in the rat7/9... fail kid
The RAT7 and RAT5 look identical construction wise minus a few silly "features" here and there...

Both mice use variations of the same pathetic Philips Fail Eye that suffers from a notorious z-axis tracking bug while lifting. The PTE sensor also happens to be extremely sensitive to vibrations as seen below.



I also don't really see how you're able to compare your $80 mouse to one almost half it's price, but wutevs.
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The RAT7 and RAT5 look identical construction wise minus a few silly "features" here and there...

Both mice use variations of the same pathetic Philips Fail Eye that suffers from a notorious z-axis tracking bug while lifting. The PTE sensor also happens to be extremely sensitive to vibrations as seen below.
Even though I own a rat 7 my old G9 hung a dump on it.

I got mine because of the features, but if I have my music(preferably RANCID, ATM) turned up the mouse bounces along the screen and sometimes I can't double click quick enough to start applications. I am left there clicking multiple times just to open a game.

So now I have two mice one for general use and then I pull out the RAT 7 purely for gaming to save the headache of imperfections of the Phillips Twin eye.
I am very much looking forward to getting a G9X to replace the RAT 7.
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I hate to sound like a noob here, but I've never seen the purpose of getting a gaming mouse. Even when I had my G15, I never thought it was that much more amazing than my standard 1000 DPI mouse. I just thought the G15 was much more customizable.

Someone please enlighten me on why they like these mouses?
G15 is a keyboard, in fact I am righting from it right now.

Also using G500 mouse..

I'm all logitech.
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The RAT7 and RAT5 look identical construction wise minus a few silly "features" here and there...

Both mice use variations of the same pathetic Philips Fail Eye that suffers from a notorious z-axis tracking bug while lifting. The PTE sensor also happens to be extremely sensitive to vibrations as seen below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbinkRoWrRY


I also don't really see how you're able to compare your $80 mouse to one almost half it's price, but wutevs.
The thumb wing's ability to adjust side to side and forward back makes me cause I have some long hands. I like this mouse because I can make it HUGE which is far more comfortable. Plus the weighting options are nice (even if I elect to just remove them all)

No issues with mine, maybe I'm lucky? It is a very picky mouse in terms of what mouse pad it likes. I've had success with a simple black neoprene mat...

Why compare the two? To me mice are cheap add ons, especially for how much you use them. I have no qualms paying really any price for a mouse if its justifiable. R.A.T.7 is.
    
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R.A.T. 7 still wins
tracking issues but god damn, that side-scroll wheel and the dpi toggle button are ******* sexy, i would buy one if not for the issues with the sensor.
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Looks like the Gigabyte mice. Which are pretty terrible imo. Plus they make my hands sweat like crazy
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post #49 of 53
Nice copy of ulti-mat's Chill .

Seems like rude gameware's every product is a copy. The Fierce 3200 mouse is a copy of Mionix's Saiph . The Teflon pad and another mousepad are also copied straight from ulti-mat.

Link

http://www.rudegameware.com/index.php/about-us

I wonder if they have developed a single product themselves
post #50 of 53
I thought i posted here or was it removed in a few minutes?

Anyways, all rude gamewares stuff are copied, check link
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