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post #11 of 143 (permalink) Old 07-31-2019, 01:27 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Elrick View Post
Looks like Razer has done a Rip-off shape copy of the G902/903 series.

Go figure.

Hoping that 'Million-dollar' Logitech Lawyers burn Razer to the ground for stealing their shape here, would be good (Great) to see this.
First off it is not G902 shape even if it resembles it.
Second, they is nothing at all to possibly sue for, so even if Logitech wanted to they would not have chance in hell of doing anything.
Third, lol
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Looks like a pretty slick new mouse!

And the Nixeus Revel FIT is almost a carbon copy of the Logitech G5. Doesn't bother me as it creates new options rather than paying $200+ for a new old stock G5.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Nivity View Post
First off it is not G902 shape even if it resembles it.
Second, they is nothing at all to possibly sue for, so even if Logitech wanted to they would not have chance in hell of doing anything.
Third, lol
Having a Joke here sunshine, so please calm down.

Trust all the youngster's to spit their dummy's when someone attacks their Razer-corp(se) - perhaps the worst company making ANY input devices anywhere on Planet Earth.

Also they're still pushing their bloatware Synapse 3 or whatever they call it now. That alone cripple's their efforts because there are loads of other decent Mouse manufacturers, building far better products than what Razer-corp could ever achieve.

Their competitors don't produce 350+ MB of FAT-ware to infest any Windows OS .

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Their competitors don't produce 350+ MB of FAT-ware to infest any Windows OS .
No need to bodyshame their mining scam.

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I'm interested in trying the optical switches (we rarely get any fancy pants stuff like that here in Australia!) but no sale if it doesn't have 'full' onboard memory and I'm forced to use synapse.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Elrick View Post
Having a Joke here sunshine, so please calm down.

Trust all the youngster's to spit their dummy's when someone attacks their Razer-corp(se) - perhaps the worst company making ANY input devices anywhere on Planet Earth.

Also they're still pushing their bloatware Synapse 3 or whatever they call it now. That alone cripple's their efforts because there are loads of other decent Mouse manufacturers, building far better products than what Razer-corp could ever achieve.

Their competitors don't produce 350+ MB of FAT-ware to infest any Windows OS .
If you're dumb enough to manually install it, yeah.

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If you're dumb enough to manually install it, yeah.

Then the poor end user is FOREVER stuck with 1800 dpi, with no adjustments whatsoever.

That should be entailed in the sales contract, when handing over any money for a Razer Mouse. Then we'll see how many would choose to buy it in the first place .
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Then the poor end user is FOREVER stuck with 1800 dpi, with no adjustments whatsoever.

That should be entailed in the sales contract, when handing over any money for a Razer Mouse. Then we'll see how many would choose to buy it in the first place .
I am talking about that Softminer crap you are talking about. It does not install with Synapse like you are implying and is a separate software that you would have to install manually.

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I'm interested in trying the optical switches (we rarely get any fancy pants stuff like that here in Australia!) but no sale if it doesn't have 'full' onboard memory and I'm forced to use synapse.
Every recent mouse they've made I've had to install synapse to get 400 dpi / 1000hz, and as far as I remember once you uninstall synapse as soon as you do something it'll forget your last DPI or something in that regards. Not sure if they fixed it

Also thought you guys were trolling but razer does actually have a softminer holy crap lol..... that would push me even further away from installing their software even if it's something entirely separate
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Resembles me a combination of the Deathadder Essential and Elite. Though in my honest opinion. I would there is a lot of money we pay extra for it having in mind it is a well known brand. I would personally go for the Dream Machines FPS. Have that one for almost a year now and damn, these huano swiitches have something to it while they click with a loud crisp. Besides it's an ambidextrous mouse, so everyboy can enjoy it Check these out. Good mouse for 50$ is a real bargain in it's range.



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