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post #151 of 1594
Hand Rapha a Magic Mouse or trackpad and he would probably still win.

Using a sponsors mouse = money. But they can adjust well to most mice anyway. And most of the pros used Microsoft mice before sponsors.
post #152 of 1594
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Hand Rapha a Magic Mouse or trackpad and he would probably still win.

Using a sponsors mouse = money. But they can adjust well to most mice anyway. And most of the pros used Microsoft mice before sponsors.
The point is that he is willfully angering his sponsor and refusing to use a free Xai which is extremely close in shape and size because he considers the $15 WMO superior. Steelseries claiming that he uses the Xai just adds to the lulz.

Edited by Derp - 3/24/11 at 7:09pm
post #153 of 1594
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Its called a sponsor, the kids are getting paid to use them. Take away the sponsorships and you would see a lot less people using the Xai or kinzu, especially the kinzu lmao.

Steelseries loves to claim that rapha uses a Xai on their website but he actually uses a WMO with a freaking steelseries sticker on it even during huge tournaments.
He did actually use the Xai for quite some time and still raped with it. When he switched back to WMO he publicly stated in an interview that the Xai was just too bulky. Since then he's kept quiet about in fear of angering SS.

The main reason why every Quake player with a Xai/Kinzu/Ikari/Deathadder eventually go back to glorious WMO master race is because of the weight. 95+ grams is absurdly heavy for a game as fast as Quake.
post #154 of 1594
kinzu heavy? for sure it weigh less than the unglorious wmo
post #155 of 1594
The shell from the G5 alike are pretty good. Getting my hand sweet meaning I can output more than 100 %. But it required right grovy mousepad such as SteelSeries S4 I believe.
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post #156 of 1594
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kinzu heavy? for sure it weigh less than the unglorious wmo
The kinzu is lighter and is a perfect shape and size IMO but the sensor is a complete piece of crap. Not only does it have five times more positive acceleration than the Xai but it also has the highest form of prediction I have ever felt in a mouse, Drawing circles with it usually come out as rectangles.
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The kinzu is lighter and is a perfect shape and size IMO but the sensor is a complete piece of crap. Not only does it have five times more positive acceleration than the Xai but it also has the highest form of prediction I have ever felt in a mouse, Drawing circles with it usually come out as rectangles.
Lets not forget about the <2 m/s malfunction rate
post #158 of 1594
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kinzu heavy? for sure it weigh less than the unglorious wmo
Nice to see that I have my own little stalker following me through every thread.

Don't worry kiddo, if you ever get tired of being a worthless peasant you can always join the WMO master race for the low price of $10

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The kinzu is lighter and is a perfect shape and size IMO but the sensor is a complete piece of crap. Not only does it have five times more positive acceleration than the Xai but it also has the highest form of prediction I have ever felt in a mouse, Drawing circles with it usually come out as rectangles.
It isn't that severe, but yes if SS were to rerelease the Kinzu with a proper sensor it would be the greatest ambidextrous mouse of all time.
post #159 of 1594
ppl have thier own opinions about microsoft mouse, BUT U CAN't EVEN SAY KINZU IS A MOUSE THAT CAN COMPARE IN TRACKING to a WMO.

GO use ur kinzu for working excel files and clicking icons on the desktop. Maybe its sensor can have that level of accuracy.
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@ PureTrak, any date for Pre-Ordering?
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