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Is the corsair m95 worth $55?

#21somebadlemonade(Topic Creator)Posted 11/17/2013 1:51:24 AM
i keep hearing stuff like that, how does that work?
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#22Kokuei05Posted 11/17/2013 9:44:23 AM(edited)
From: somebadlemonade | Posted: 11/17/2013 3:51:24 AM | #021
i keep hearing stuff like that, how does that work?


They're nice like that. They only ask for your S/N and the problem. Unlike Microsoft; Logitech sends an equivalent or newer model. You can repeat it with the S/N that the new mouse comes with.
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#23somebadlemonade(Topic Creator)Posted 11/17/2013 10:11:15 AM
hmm, maybe i should do that with my mx518
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#24_GRIM_FANDANGO_Posted 11/17/2013 11:07:56 AM(edited)
somebadlemonade posted...
_GRIM_FANDANGO_ posted...
On the other hand, if you are going to be spending a lot of money for a gaming mouse, it makes sense to prioritize the quality of the sensor ( among other things).


for me the order of priorities, is comfort>sensor quality=build quality

the mouse can have the best sensor available, and the best software to customize the mouse, but if it gives me hand cramps from using it, there's pretty much no point in owning the mouse, hopefully it last more than 2 years


I agree. I mean, when I said that it makes sense to prioritize the quality of the sensor, I intentionally added "among other things" because having a mouse with the shape and functionality that suits you is at least just as important in my opinion.
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