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post #81 of 83 (permalink) Old 02-12-2020, 02:02 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by r0ach View Post
After messing with the Model O more, sorta feels like the standard O is too big and the O- is too small lol. It's like you need large hands for the regular one and 10 year old hands for the O- and there's no inbetween.
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did you get the glossy one? how is it compare to the Matt?

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I've owned several mice; the model O's LOD is pretty standard.

My advice to those who have problems with LOD (tilting and whatnot) is stop using your hand wrong. If you're holding your mouse so forcefully and/or so weirdly that you tilt it and screw up tracking, you have to revise the ergonomics of usage.
any mouse compare to the mm711 you can say? I wish there were more glossy mouse.

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I just plugged the O- back in. I definitely play better with the O-, so if you get one of these mice, I guess I'd go with the small version. My version is matte.

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I just plugged the O- back in. I definitely play better with the O-, so if you get one of these mice, I guess I'd go with the small version. My version is matte.
so 1 VS 1 which would u recommend also for lexip mouse feet compability . glorius 0 - glossy or mm711 glossy?

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