Originally Posted by Zammin
I say this because any company other than Razer that uses the 3389 has to pay Razer a royalty fee for every 3389 they use. At least this is what the Razer OCN rep said in the Basilisk Wireless thread. I have no doubt that the cost will be passed on to the end user in this case.
Anyone who actually makes a mouse using their 3389 sensor, is well worth it.
They won't FORCE you to install Razer's Synapse Bloatware, just so you can use their product. That's a pure WIN in my books.
Have the current Max Gaming's HATI Limited Edition Stardust (has a very dark blue colour finish, not shown in the sale pics). It's really nice, the switches all work perfectly and their scroll wheel is another win. Something Zowie has continued to fail in implementing after many years.
Tried to use their current Blue FK2-B model, the switches are BRILLIANT but their scroll wheel
is like a turd
in the middle of a swimming pool. Just stinks and wonders all over the place without any definition.
If a new company like HATI can make mice that use decent scrollers, why is it that Zowie continually fails?
It's almost a crime against humanity issue in regards to using worst Zowie scroll wheels of all time, they get an award for that low achievement and it's floating in the Pool.....