Corsair Vengeance M90 Laser Gaming Mouse - Ratón
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- Entusiasta grado sensor láser de 5700 dpi
- Ajuste contorneado, diseño de chasis de metal
- 15 Botones inteligentemente posicionadas,, Incluye 9 teclas macro
- Perfil seleccionar/de memoria
- Ajuste de DPI sobre la marcha
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Cuando la acción es Fast and Furious, usted está constantemente y se mueven el reposicionamiento su ratón y el M90 incluye detección de elevación permite el rastreo de alta precisión y fiable colocación del cursor incluso cuando se levanta fuera de la superficie de la mousing. cuando la acción es Fast and Furious, usted está constantemente y se mueven el reposicionamiento su ratón el M90 incluye detección de elevación permite el rastreo de alta precisión y fiable colocación del cursor incluso cuando se levanta fuera de la superficie de la mousing. el metal sólido, goma Rueda
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The naga programing was a little easyer to start with, but after 10 min use with cosair software it realy is better "again i got new firmware and software as soon as i hooked them up" but if you know anything about macro making and delay time and that sort of stuff you will own in gaming with this mouse. in WoW frost dk 386 ilvl gear i can do 34k with 1 button lol, enhancement sham 384 gear i do 36k 1 button. dont get me wrong you gota know the game and how to make macro but this mouse has the power...."which the naga could do that also any macroing mouse could"
as far as some saying it dont work in swtor they are wrong, INFACT this is where it will beat other mice. let me explain. some games try to stop macroing it allows the ones with the knowledge to run all over the peeps who dont know how, so to beat this record the profile to the mouse then select hardware mode "that way its not running in the software emulation of the mouse". and BOOM, i have 14 level murader and and get 30- 50 kills pvp so there you go. plus i never seen software out run hardware direct input, i think the mouse works even better in hardware mode.
Gamers dont hate me for macroing, in my day i was hardcore killing machine... it has lead me to have trigger finger, carpal tunnel, and arthritis. so i paid my dues, and to make the macro takes having the knowledge of the game engine, so it proves im a real gamer. lol
I for one think at this price you would be a fool not to buy this mouse. if i had the extra money i would buy some for back up use. These are top quality feel, tracking, and programing, if some one broke in my house i could give them a good beating with this thing, and it would probaly still work. lol
and before someone says im just a fanboy or something....no to be truthful i dont use corsair ram i use patriat ram lol.. and as far as naga fans dont get mad just telling my side... the naga is still a good mouse just not the right one for me.
thank you for reading just getting the word out there.
background I am a hardcore gamer for 15 years. have spent around 45k to 50k in gaming gear in 15 years so i do have alittle exp with it.
Also the scroll wheel has problems and is well documented on various tech forms as a common problem. Mine eventually developed this problem as well. Scrolling up or down will seem fine for a few clicks then all of a sudden it will scroll several lines at once or even all the way to the bottom of the page. Other times scrolling down on the wheel will scroll up on the page. It is as if the scroll wheel has a built in troll... troll-wheel. Otherwise, all other features of the mouse work properly. The scroll wheel has become more and more inaccurate with time and the behavior is becoming more erratic and annoying.
Strike number 1 (and this was the deal breaker), you cannot program mouse clicks in a macro. I need this for Skyrim for multiple magic buff routines. Even Razer let's you macro a mouse click. Cripes, even my G15 keyboard software allows me to macro mouse clicks, and it's not even a mouse.
Strike 2, I can't find or figure out the best place to rest my hand. The design of the mouse is such that there is a dead area above the long backward pointing button and it feels like this is where you should rest your thumb. I even have what I consider longer than normal fingers and the act of trying to push the bottom most buttons is pretty impossible unless I shift my entire hand to the right. And what happens when you shift your hand on a mouse? The mouse moves to the right as well. Think about that...having to shift your entire hand on your mouse to push a button...in the middle of playing a game. Did they have no idea how disruptive that would be? Was the ergo designer related to Andre the giant? Did he have some sort of mutant second thumb growing out of his regular thumb? If you rest your thumb against the arrow button in the groove that seems like another place you could rest your thumb you can no longer press the forward buttons without the same issue. And no matter how I held the mouse, I could not reach the index finger button that is furthest forward. The only functional way I found to have access to all the buttons is to make a spider or a claw with your fingers and hold your palm about 3 inches off the mouse. But that is just stupid.
Strike 3, the thumb buttons are waaaaaay too stiff (though I hear this was addressed with the M95). Pressing the bottom buttons or any button for that matter causes reverse pressure and causes you to move your mouse. In a game like Skyrim where weapon strikes are based on actual character position in relation to your target, this is an absolute abomination.
I like the smoothness of the scroll wheel
When I press the right mouse button, my computer recognizes that I right clicked my mouse
Hardware playback. This was an important one because a big problem with Synapse and Skyrim is exactly this (look it up if you need to know).
So...to sum it all up. This mouse is an ok mouse if you ignore the side buttons. But why would you spend $60+ on a regular mouse? Next up...Logitech G600.