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1-18-2009 @ 4:26PM
Ok, I read the first page of comments and it seems like nobody has this mouse and the consensus is that Logitech and MS are the ruling mouse superpowers. Well, I got one of these for Christmas. It came in a little late but I really like it. Now. The finger rests on the side took some getting used to; I had to change my holding style. And, the left button used to stick. I did the manufacturer suggested 'pull the button up, like you're going to break it until you hear a loud crack' trick and it worked like a charm.Those were the cons. The pros are that there are a lot of buttons. I love buttons. The more the merrier. My main is a mage and has about 30 buttons (including shift and ctrl modifiers) mapped and another 15 available to me without moving my hands was very attractive. Being able to choose the nearest hostile or assist the tank without losing the auto run functionality, or popping up the map and char screens (default button assignments) while running... well, I love it. 10 different char profiles with their own color lighting is nice icing and the only improvement I can think of is for the software to directly communicate to WoW, so that automatic char profile switching could occur. Security concerns would prohibit that I'm sure.I would wait until the second wave comes out so that the known issue of the sticking button is fixed. Other than that, it is a great mouse and works great with WoW.
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