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post #11 of 103 (permalink) Old 10-18-2019, 10:32 PM
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It's one of the best Razer mice imo since the inception of the Deathadder. Though not for me, I don't like how the front flares outwards.
Not sure what you mean. It looks and feels pretty straight to me. Not like the DA's right side curve out at the front which made it unusable to me.



Looking at the RJN video, I see he says it flairs. I don't think that's accurate, but rather it indents at the middle.



I notice his reviews have adopted some of the characteristics of mine

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In my opinion any "gaming" mouse pad over $10 is a rip off unless you want to spend money on pure aesthetics. The $8 Supermat is better and cheaper than any "gaming" mousepad I've used. Zeus Gear XL is a good alternative.

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post #12 of 103 (permalink) Old 10-19-2019, 01:38 AM
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How are you arguing with people who have actually touched/held the mouse, while you haven't? LOL.

My observations, when I briefly checked it out at Best Buy, were the same as CorruptBE's. The front does flare out, and is one of the reasons why I've hesitated to buy the Viper.
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I even have the mouse in a box here lol. It's just Razer its design, they over exaggerate the front, etc. Whereas FK, Sensei, Model O, ... after the indent in the middle they only flare outward a tiny bit.

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My main issue with this £150 mouse is the rubber on the sides wearing. Too much of a weak link for such a premium priced mouse.
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Looks good, I am in the market for a new wireless mouse.

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Quote: Originally Posted by fuzzybass View Post
My observations, when I briefly checked it out at Best Buy, were the same as CorruptBE's. The front does flare out, and is one of the reasons why I've hesitated to buy the Viper.
Can confirm - source: Have the wired Viper - it flares out towards the front.
Way more noticeable when you actually use it and not so much on most pictures.

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My main issue with this £150 mouse is the rubber on the sides wearing. Too much of a weak link for such a premium priced mouse.
That should be a non-issue as the sides are injection molded and not simply glued on. Not comparable to anything you might have experienced using the infamous Steelseries Rival or other mice with bad side grip implementation.
You will have a hard time to get them off even if you would try by using excessive force.

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It's not so much them falling off, more how they will wear over time. Have you had any long term experience with rubber sides? I haven't myself but would be interested to hear from those that do.
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It's a good comfortable mouse for sure. My only issue with it is the side buttons are to flat and hard to press.. anyone know how to fix that?
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It's not so much them falling off, more how they will wear over time. Have you had any long term experience with rubber sides? I haven't myself but would be interested to hear from those that do.
If you get the mouse it feels like a much harder durometer rubber and it's very low profile. I have no concern about wear.

As said above, other than steelseries, most rubber on mice doesn't wear down anyway. The glue gives out well before the rubber due to heat. Cannot happen with the viper.
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