NMD - New Mouse Day! Bow to Your Sensei.

Discussion in 'Computers, Electronics, IT & Gaming' started by Aevolve, Dec 24, 2012.

  1. Aevolve

    Aevolve Yugen.

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    Ended up getting a Crimmus present a little early- a SteelSeries Sensei RAW:
    SteelSeries - Gaming Mice - SteelSeries Sensei [RAW]
    (I went with the rubberized surface.)

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    Initially the mouse feels incredibly light, glides well, and it feels great. Good precision, and the surface on it is perfect for me. Gotta admit the LEDs make it look pretty snazzy too. This thing will definitely be given a lot of use considering my Steam purchases this year. :lol:
     
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  2. The Atomic Ass

    The Atomic Ass Redefining Sound

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    Cloth cords FTW.
     
  3. Tang

    Tang Master of Chihuahuas

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    I wasn't aware they still made corded mice.

    :fawk:

    For real though, I haven't used a corded mice in years! I'd imagine they're much better for gaming than wireless?
     
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    Aztec On a perennial quest

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    Looks really classy, but I'm happy with my G5. :D
     
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    Watty Naturally Cynical

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    Without looking at the section, I totally thought you had bought a live mouse...
     
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    jam3v wat

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    Sweet mouse - I owned one for a few days.
     
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    Aevolve Yugen.

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    Indeed :)
    And yeah I hadn't either, but I believe it's less latency. Plus you don't have to keep replacing batteries and it keeps the mouse lighter.
     
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    Xaios Foolish Mortal Contributor

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    Latency actually hasn't been a problem for wireless mice for several years now, and a lot of wireless mice have rechargeable battery packs. I'm still using the Logitech MX1000 that I bought 7 years ago, the battery in it just amazes me.

    Still though, enough people simply prefer the "feel" of wired mice that they keep making them, and there's certainly nothing wrong with that.
     
  9. Aevolve

    Aevolve Yugen.

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    Ahh, well shows how much I know. :lol:

    I'm not really partial to either, I just know I like this one.
     
  10. Origin

    Origin Rainbow In The Dark

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    Great stuff dude. If I didn't love my G5 to the point that I've resold multiple Razers and a G9, I'd pick one of those up in a second. :lol: SteelSeries makes fantastic gaming hardware. Soon as the G5 breaks I know what I'm getting next :) love the cord too. Grats :yesway:
     
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    Aevolve Yugen.

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    Thanks man :) My friend picked up a DeathAdder yesterday and I played around with it a bit- I definitely prefer this mouse over anything Razer that I've gotten a hold of.
     

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