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post #31 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-13-2020, 07:05 AM
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This shape is good, a clone to it.
but the buttons are too stiff. if the buttons were more ergonomic its would be better

and there is clones on 85 g and on the review-link 82 g
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Quote: Originally Posted by Fluxmaven View Post
You might want to check the date before replying to posts

The person you replied to was last online: 10-07-2016

At that time he asked, maybe those companies weren't releasing the mouse, : PPP

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the buttons are too stiff. if the buttons were more ergonomic its would be better

and there is clones on 85 g and on the review-link 82 g
Guess this is what we get for a price less than Sensei , hhh


KROM company has 3 dm1pro/sensei clones, shame, sensors ranging 3050 to 3330 , weights up to 105g

P.S. Croad M350 with A3050 sensor, here are clicks of it, i assume could be same in m360, which i wouldn't mind, also they sell m360 for ~21.95$ in korean global market (korean ebay)

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best mouse for awping myself

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