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Originally Posted by EarlZ;12799416 
Heh, Obvious troll is obvious!

sorry if i hurt anyones feelings but im serious
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post #32 of 38
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Originally Posted by pauly94;12799174 
i dont understand why grownups buy razer anyways. their products look cheap and childish as hell

As with ANYTHING people have different taste

and its not like theres pokemon or barbie logoes all over their products
post #33 of 38
I just dont understand how it cannot be a problematic.

I think that comapny that use this metrial just dont think / dont care when hard-core players / problematic sweaty users feels.

uses sides reduce holding with the fingers and make it too slip when sweat.
and the feeling of it in general is unnatural beacause all the rest of the mouse have [good] plastic and the sides use the glossy. (razer deathadder).
post #34 of 38
I bought my expensive razer mouse before I knew anything 'bout gaming mice. Don't really regret it too much. Sure, there would've been better choices available but this does the job just fine.

I'm most bothered by the occasional sensor lock up issue, but neither the z axis thing or the side plastic bother me. But yah, living in finland so I don't sweat... at all...
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Originally Posted by pauly94;12799457 
sorry if i hurt anyones feelings but im serious

No worries, the same can be said for all other brands anyway.
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I'm having the same problem with this mouse. I'm a very clean person who washes my hands quite a bit. Also, I've never had this issue with any mouse before. Owned a logitech g500 before this and loved it, but wanted to go wireless. Trying to find something to tape over that spot so it won't bother my ring finger anymore. It sounds silly to those who don't have the issue but it's driving me absolutely nuts. -_-

If anyone has any tips/tricks (besides what was shown above) I'd appreciate it.
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i switched mouses to a logitech g500 and it feels so much nicer than the slippery plastic
 
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post #38 of 38
No problems for me at all.
I prefer a glossy side for grip.
I hate glossy top however, cant use mice with glossy tops.
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