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Just read that the side buttons on the 531 are very stiff & you can't hold them down so I am gonna try the M4

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I tried the EC2 A but the clicks are too stiff, I think I have settled on the mm531
odd, my EC2-A is like a basic Omron mouse when it comes to click stiffness.

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I tried the Razer Viper, because it is ambidextrous I accidentally right click with 😕
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MM530/531 is a very solid mouse only problem i had with mine was that the m1/2 buttons started to squeak other than that it was the best small-ish ergo mice i have used, definitely better than an ec2

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MM530/531 is a very solid mouse only problem i had with mine was that the m1/2 buttons started to squeak other than that it was the best small-ish ergo mice i have used, definitely better than an ec2

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Is it true that you if you hold the side buttons in it just clicks once?
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Is it true that you if you hold the side buttons in it just clicks once?
Wait...isn't that normal on every mouse? Or do you mean if you press both buttons together that only one click registers?

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Is it true that you if you hold the side buttons in it just clicks once?
Wait...isn't that normal on every mouse? Or do you mean if you press both buttons together that only one click registers?

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Apparently if you want to cook a grenade with the side buttons it just throws it instantly
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