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2-18-2011 @ 12:00AM
I bought one, but I'm disappointed with it.I guess I have large hands because rows 3 & 4 require dis-jointing my thumb to reach.the two buttons on the top are horribly placed and I couldn't reach them if I wanted to.In wireless mode the thing just cuts our in the middle of gaming.the sensor it crazy sensitive, I have a cat and god forbid a cat hair gets under it because my camera will do a 180 straight upward. This didn't happen with my old mouse.The software doesn't remember my sensitivity settings each time.Its really light, so light that when I push the side buttons the mouse moves. Which is not always desirable.Other than it changing colors and being comfortable to hold I'm not really impressed with it. I've had to bind less used abilities to the grid just so that I don't push my mouse by accident.
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