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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-08-2010, 09:32 PM
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kone has no gimmicks.



I own one and love it. I want the kone +


If you say so


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EDIT: Is older Deathadder (3g) better?
Was. Now they're fairly equal.

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post #22 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-09-2010, 01:33 AM
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Yeah easyshift, which is major, the absolute best mouse software on the market, great function assignments to buttons that beats out most other mice, if not all,
Personally I have no need for EasyShift or Macros in general, ofc that doesn't mean it's a great thing for other people.

As a side note A4Tech lets you do way more things with macros.

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the ability to set the lift off behaviors, which by all accounts works very well, and nice weight customization.
I was just talking about exclusivity, weight tuning is obviously nothing new and the LOD adjustment is a simpel feature of the used sensor.
Some of the other mice with that sensor let you also adjust it, others just do it automatical.


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Is there no option to turn the sound off?
ofc you can turn it off
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I have a deathadder, it's great as soon as I get 35 rep I'm going to sell it though. G9x took over as my main mouse.

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