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8-25-2009 @ 7:14PM
I don't know why Ettanin's comment was downrated. Every point he made is true. I've never, ever had a connection issue with my wireless mouse. If I happen to leave it completely idle for 5 minutes it takes half a second to kick back in and that's it. Using 2 AA's (not a fan of rechargables) gives me roughly 3-4 weeks to play at medium resolution on my MX600. I get a pop-up warning at about 10% to change the battery that's visible even in WoW. At 10% that's still about 2 days of play where I'm being warned every 10 minutes or so. It's just plain not going to fail in the middle of play.There is also no speed difference that anyone could ever notice. The speed of light is still the speed of light. The only difference comes from the extra conversion from RF to the wire, which is less than 10 milliseconds. Anyone who thinks they can feel a difference is probably just playing with a wireless mouse set to a low resolution. @ Jofla: That guy was spewing BS about it being too much information. The wireless mouse I use has left/right buttons, wheel, wheel button, wheel left/right buttons, 3 top buttons, and 2 side buttons. The only reason they don't make the Naga wireless is because the price would be too high.
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