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1-17-2009 @ 8:24PM
I had the mouse for a short while as well (came out December 31st, returned it January the 2nd).It did indeed feel cheap, and I had the exact same problem as the guy who sent a review in, with the sticky buttons (which was the main reason I returned it). Also, the mouse is WAY too bulky, doesn't feel good in your hand at all.Some buttons are also placed horribly, and it's macros are something you could put on any mouse. Example:One button is assigned to stop all combat. Instead of it doing so invisibly, you actually see /stopcasting and /stopattack being written...I tell you, it's not worth its money. It really does feel like a mouse which costs only €20,-. The reason it's so expensive is mainly due to the lights (which add nothing useful), and the steelseries and WoW name.I won't be rebuying it. I'll be sticking to logitech mouses again.
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