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Someone knows what they are doing ;)

 

Yup, undeniably the best mouse I have bought so far! 


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Congrats. I guess :lol:


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wow. that still isn't a great deal. you could probably have got a 570 for that. you must have been very drunk. 

 

GTX 570's are roughly double that, there were some cheaper  but I wouldn't put any trust into them.


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GTX 570's are roughly double that, there were some cheaper  but I wouldn't put any trust into them.

my mate got a dcu ii for £45.


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my mate got a dcu ii for £45.

 

Really? Wow but I still have no regrets.


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Yup, undeniably the best mouse I have bought so far! 

I like my Razer 2013 Death Adder.  I was thinking about getting this 30 buck mouse with a DPI so high you have to question why?!  http://www.amazon.com/Redragon-Precision-Programmable-programmable-Cartridge/dp/B00GU4F4OM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1432024567&sr=8-1&keywords=mammoth+mouse claims to be 30G in speed...O.o "

  • Built for gamers: up to 16400 DPI (1000/2000/4000/8200/16400 DPI), 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration and an Avago sensor, Omron micro switches."

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I like my Razer 2013 Death Adder.  I was thinking about getting this 30 buck mouse with a DPI so high you have to question why?!  http://www.amazon.com/Redragon-Precision-Programmable-programmable-Cartridge/dp/B00GU4F4OM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1432024567&sr=8-1&keywords=mammoth+mouse claims to be 30G in speed...O.o "

  • Built for gamers: up to 16400 DPI (1000/2000/4000/8200/16400 DPI), 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration and an Avago sensor, Omron micro switches."

 

 

I have never bought a "no brand" gaming mouse or professional mouse like the one I have now, but I certainly have lots of friends who have. In their experience there is always something wrong with products like these. Either the buttons are too stiff, the materials feel extra cheap or the paint fades off after a couple of months use. This is exactly why I do not like Razer and will never buy one of their products after my horrible experience with the latest Mamba, I think it was the 2013 edition, or the Ouroboros that I got as a replacement, whose side buttons flexed so badly, it eventually got removed from most local retailers, at least where I live.  

 

Anyway, the Deathadder 2013 is a decent gaming mouse. I am not a particularly fond of the light trigger buttons or its shape but if you like it, I would keep it and not change it for a a mouse as cheap as the one you gave me a link to. In most cases, there is a reason why some products are cheaper than other. 


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I have never bought a "no brand" gaming mouse or professional mouse like the one I have now, but I certainly have lots of friends who have. In their experience there is always something wrong with products like these. Either the buttons are too stiff, the materials feel extra cheap or the paint fades off after a couple of months use. This is exactly why I do not like Razer and will never buy one of their products after my horrible experience with the latest Mamba, I think it was the 2013 edition, or the Ouroboros that I got as a replacement, whose side buttons flexed so badly, it eventually got removed from most local retailers, at least where I live.  

 

Anyway, the Deathadder 2013 is a decent gaming mouse. I am not a particularly fond of the light trigger buttons or its shape but if you like it, I would keep it and not change it for a a mouse as cheap as the one you gave me a link to. In most cases, there is a reason why some products are cheaper than other. 

I am not getting it to replace it, but more because I just find the product amazingly pointless.


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I am not getting it to replace it, but more because I just find the product amazingly pointless.

 

Ah, ok. Then it's like watching an incredibly stupid movie, just because it is stupid and you want to laugh at the poor job of the producers. I get that! ;)


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Upgraded to 16GB due to increased workload in photoshop, gotta love the red!

 

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6 donuts, 2 bags of Doritos, a cuban sandwich, bread and chocolate milk.

 

So healthy, lol.

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Time to make things pretty!


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Upgraded to 16GB due to increased workload in photoshop, gotta love the red!

Your upgrading to 16 and Im here wishing I had more


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Ordered a pair of Lawton Angled Pads a short time ago, they showed up in my mail today....I will have to wait a little while to put them on my Denon AH-D7000, it's being modded with HiFiMan sockets so I can use different HFM tipped cables with it.

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Upgraded to 16GB due to increased workload in photoshop, gotta love the red!

 

Yeppp did the same around easter. Went from some random desktop ram to the g skill ones. Worth it..

 

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Upgraded from a 5800.

 

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Bought myself a new 3ds xl and super smash bros.

 

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Logitech MasterMX

 

How is it? As good as the reviews say? Im leaning towards replacing my current with it.

 

They're just good... Really :P

I buy them every year to 1,5 year, they last that long.

 

I got slightly cheaper ones and when they break, i do a exchange. As long as its less than 2 years old i get free replacements... ;) so keep the recept.. you never know.


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I remembered I had 2000 coins on Amazon for apps, so I went and immediately purchased FFVI. BOO-YA!

 

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Also bought a new charger cord for my PS3 controller (though mostly because I needed one for my PSP and emulation) for 2$, and got some Marracash albums (digitial). :)


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Your upgrading to 16 and Im here wishing I had more

 

haha, been happy with 8GB for years, never needed more, never filled it. But lately been loading more RAW photos into Photoshop and started to fill it!


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How is it? As good as the reviews say? Im leaning towards replacing my current with it.

 

Honestly, it's the best thing ever. The shape is perfect, the build-quality is outstanding and wireless connectivity works flawlessly. I haven't experienced any acceleration issues or delay during gaming, as well. 


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