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Anyone know anything about this gaming mouse?

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So, I found this mouse on amazon, and it seems like it has some great features, but it's like really cheap. (in terms of gaming peripherals) 

Maybe @Linus can review it on the next gaming tech for under 100$ 

link below, 

But if you buy it USE the LTT LINK...(DUH!)

DAMAGE-INC-SPECTER-ESPORTS mouse

 

 

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Sounds like you're shilling for the company.

 

That aside, probably one of any number of form over function mice produced at low cost after manufacturers figured out that people were willing to shell out cash for flashy peripherals, and the cheaper they could make them meant higher profit margins.

 

For example, I have a set of Jabra headphones that are actually really nice and retail for about $150.  My coworker picked up an offbrand headphone set made with the exact same design for $30...but not the same materials or components.  The comparison is like chocolate and crap.  They look the same, but one's a lot more appealing than the other.

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2 hours ago, trivstar said:

So, I found this mouse on amazon, and it seems like it has some great features, but it's like really cheap. (in terms of gaming peripherals) 

Maybe @Linus can review it on the next gaming tech for under 100$ 

link below, 

But if you buy it USE the LTT LINK...(DUH!)

DAMAGE-INC-SPECTER-ESPORTS mouse

 

 

61CAA3MeTiL._AC_.jpg

It says it has a 3360DM  laser sensor? I've never heard about that. The PWM3360 is a optical sensor. 

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Just curious if it might be worth it, cause it "claims" to have a stupid high DPI  "12,000 adjustable DPI" my main question is it worth buying it? or would it be a waste of $45

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3 hours ago, trivstar said:

Just curious if it might be worth it, cause it "claims" to have a stupid high DPI  "12,000 adjustable DPI" my main question is it worth buying it? or would it be a waste of $45

If it is a real 3360 sensor then yes, but if its a "laser 3360dm" idk 

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40 minutes ago, b emoji said:

If it is a real 3360 sensor then yes, but if its a "laser 3360dm" idk 

Alright, thank you!, I think i'll wait a bit anyhow to see if any reviews pop up. 

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21 hours ago, trivstar said:

Just curious if it might be worth it, cause it "claims" to have a stupid high DPI  "12,000 adjustable DPI" my main question is it worth buying it? or would it be a waste of $45

Dpi is probably the most useless info to look at. Most ppl are comfortable to use below 3000 dpi, most gamers use way lower dpi than that.

 

More useful spec include the sensor itself, ips, weight, its switch, etc.

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@trivstar @d3adc3II @b emoji

 

There was a mistake on the original listing but yes the sensor used in that mouse is the Optical PMW3360, which has 250 ips and 50g acceleration. Spec wise it's identical to a lot of the high-end gaming mice made by SteelSeries and Logitech. The only difference being is this one is 165grams while most of the others tend to be 100-140 grams, so a tiny bit heavier but based on the current reviews it's not overly heavy and is very comfortable with smooth movement as well as solid build quality. I've ordered one myself since my old mouse is nearing its end. Just looking at specs and early reviews you can tell this mouse probably nears the top of the list in terms of bang for your buck, other companies charging more for a product with similar specs just because they're well known.

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2 hours ago, Vegaslr said:

@trivstar @d3adc3II @b emoji

 

There was a mistake on the original listing but yes the sensor used in that mouse is the Optical PMW3360, which has 250 ips and 50g acceleration. Spec wise it's identical to a lot of the high-end gaming mice made by SteelSeries and Logitech. The only difference being is this one is 165grams while most of the others tend to be 100-140 grams, so a tiny bit heavier but based on the current reviews it's not overly heavy and is very comfortable with smooth movement as well as solid build quality. I've ordered one myself since my old mouse is nearing its end. Just looking at specs and early reviews you can tell this mouse probably nears the top of the list in terms of bang for your buck, other companies charging more for a product with similar specs just because they're well known.

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