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Tried it... too big and the side buttoms aren't great

You must have some tiny hands in that case. It fits my hands perfectly, I wish it were a little bigger.
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Thank you for responding. I hope more respond and tell me the same then I will go ahead and buy it on monday
If you only want the best, the razer mamba is the best mouse I ever felt, although it def has a different shape to what you ve illustrated.

Guessing from your name you re in hong kong. the mamba was quite hard to find here, had to get a guy in wan chai to order it for me
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post #23 of 53
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You must have some tiny hands in that case. It fits my hands perfectly, I wish it were a little bigger.
With size comes increased weight. And I want the mouse to be light
post #24 of 53
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa View Post

Why couldn't you stand it? Did you experience any problems using it? Which mice where you using?
The major deal breaker for me was the drastic lift off movement, it was unplayable for me. I also never felt accurate with it lifting or not. Tried two different CM storm sentinels and the Razer Imperator.

I still firmly believe every single laser sensor on the market is a piece of garbage, even the one in my Xai. Manufactures are thinking MOAR DPI first and proper tracking last which leads to 5000+ DPI mice with stupid problems that quality optical sensors don't have.
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If you only want the best, the razer mamba is the best mouse I ever felt, although it def has a different shape to what you ve illustrated.

Guessing from your name you re in hong kong. the mamba was quite hard to find here, had to get a guy in wan chai to order it for me
I had the mamba and same like deathadder its slightly big and bukly. The mamba btw used exactly the same sensor as the mouse I posted. So can I ask you did you experience any of the problems kand listed?

"Tracking issues.
Jitter issues.
You can not use the mouse on a cloth mat or it will give you more jitter than without.
Z-Axis tracking issue."


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The major deal breaker for me was the drastic lift off movement, it was unplayable for me. I also never felt accurate with it lifting or not. Tried two different CM storm sentinels and the Razer Imperator.

I still firmly believe every single laser sensor on the market is a piece of garbage, even the one in my Xai. Manufactures are thinking MOAR DPI first and proper tracking last which leads to 5000+ DPI mice with stupid problems that quality optical sensors don't have.
I prefer optical too but it seems that there are no optical mouse out there with a sensor as good as the deathadder and which are small, with side buttons, none glossy side and not heavy
Edited by HaiiYaa - 2/26/11 at 6:25am
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Hong Kong? Hang on.

Forget Razer. Get something a little bit more reliable.



A4tech X710BH. My Current mainstay which can be had for less than $20 and uses an ADNS3060 sensor.


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I had the mamba and same like deathadder its slightly big and bukly. The mamba btw used exactly the same sensor as the mouse I posted. So can I ask you did you experience any of the problems kand listed?

"Tracking issues.
Jitter issues.
You can not use the mouse on a cloth mat or it will give you more jitter than without.
Z-Axis tracking issue."
I've had a Mamba, a Cooler Master Storm Sentinel which uses the same sensor and both mice exhibited both issues.

post #27 of 53
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I had the mamba and same like deathadder its slightly big and bukly. The mamba btw used exactly the same sensor as the mouse I posted. So can I ask you did you experience any of the problems kand listed?

"Tracking issues.
Jitter issues.
You can not use the mouse on a cloth mat or it will give you more jitter than without.
Z-Axis tracking issue."
havent noticed that myself, did you update the firmware? it had problems when it was first released
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post #28 of 53
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havent noticed that myself, did you update the firmware? it had problems when it was first released
"Any mouse will cause the cursor to move when you lift it off the mouse pad. The Mamba does it in a more predictable fashion, always down and to the right. With higher DPI setting you will notice the affect more, but of course the higher the setting the less likely you are to lift the mouse. You should be able to lessen the affect you are seeing by using a lower DPI setting."

They said that after I said I was already on the latest firmware.

So it's a feature special only to Razer? They should patent this and make money off other companies hoping to make a gaming mouse of their own.
post #29 of 53
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"Any mouse will cause the cursor to move when you lift it off the mouse pad. The Mamba does it in a more predictable fashion, always down and to the right. With higher DPI setting you will notice the affect more, but of course the higher the setting the less likely you are to lift the mouse. You should be able to lessen the affect you are seeing by using a lower DPI setting."

They said that after I said I was already on the latest firmware.
that probably explains it, i lowered the dpi to 2500 because i couldnt get used to the high sensitivity. I just loved the way it felt in your hand
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post #30 of 53
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Originally Posted by Kand View Post
Hong Kong? Hang on.

Forget Razer. Get something a little bit more reliable.



A4tech X710BH. My Current mainstay which can be had for less than $20 and uses an ADNS3060 sensor.
Looks like same shape as a4tech X-750F I had before. I couldn't stand that shape
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