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    Question gaming mouse suggestion ... budget 1500 :(

    1500tk er vitor kon gaming mouse ta valo hobe? ebong kano?
    aar dpi jinis ta ki?

    will be looking forward to your ans

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    A4Tech V3.....

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    a4tech x747 ekta mouse ase, oita kmn hobe? any idea?
    plus eita r price koto?

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    A4-Tech X7 is a Good mouse . I used that mouse a long time ago . You can take X7 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by asap View Post
    a4tech x747 ekta mouse ase, oita kmn hobe? any idea?
    plus eita r price koto?
    eita ki available?

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    X7 is market out....tao valo moto khoja khuji korle bodhoy paoa jaite pare....

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    X7 is market out....tao valo moto khoja khuji korle bodhoy paoa jaite pare....
    IDB + Multiplan khujle hoito pawa jete pare .

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    valo moto khoja khuji korleo pawa jabe nah x7, budget baraite na parle AZURUES MINI nao 1.2k may be

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    valo moto khoja khuji korleo pawa jabe nah x7, budget baraite na parle AZURUES MINI nao 1.2k may be
    Do you have any idea how bad this Ryujin (AZURES MINI) mouse is?????? It has more than 1 inch LOD. I bought one once, sold that within 6 hours at a clean half price. It is that bad.


    **** EVERYBODY STAY AWAY FROM Tt Ryujin aka AZURUES MINI mouse! ****

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Do you have any idea how bad this Ryujin (AZURES MINI) mouse is?????? It has more than 1 inch LOD. I bought one once, sold that within 6 hours at a clean half price. It is that bad.


    **** EVERYBODY STAY AWAY FROM Tt Ryujin aka AZURUES MINI mouse! ****
    well the review was good thats why just suggested him and without this there are no gaming mouse can be good within his budget

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    ^^this happens when people relies too much on the web reviews instead of the own personal experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    ^^this happens when people relies too much on the web reviews instead of the own personal experience.
    can you please tell us what is the issues that irritated you instead making off topics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asap View Post
    1500tk er vitor kon gaming mouse ta valo hobe? ebong kano?
    aar dpi jinis ta ki?

    will be looking forward to your ans
    Go for A4tech Bloody V3. Price is 1,700/=tk. A damn good mouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asap View Post
    1500tk er vitor kon gaming mouse ta valo hobe? ebong kano?
    aar dpi jinis ta ki?

    will be looking forward to your ans
    Go for A4tech Bloody V3. Price is 1,700/=tk. A damn good mouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Go for A4tech Bloody V3. Price is 1,700/=tk. A damn good mouse.

    yeah, using this one for three months, best mouse for low budget. I think its even better than X7. Grip control is good, good precision. It has a optional feature called Core3 for burst mode for FPS. But this take 20$ more to purchase the feature & as far as I know this mouse is banned in Gaming competition like WCG. So overall its a good one in low price.

    http://www.bloody.tw/en/product.asp?cid=1&scid=&id=2

    Heres the product link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    can you please tell us what is the issues that irritated you instead making off topics?
    He already told you that. LOD or Lift Off Distance is how much distance the sensor can read even after lifting off. If you are a fast gamer you need it low. Because if it's 1 inch like @Vanguard said than you need to lift it atleast more than 1 inch to stop sensing. Imagind a scenerio, you are playing competitive at LAN in your local gaming cafe or at home in online or the single player with the hardest difficulty. And after some sniping your mouse is almost at the edge of your mousepad. You need the mouse in the center of the pad. Now you need to lift it more than an inch to keep the crosshair where you left it. Unless of course you like moving your crosshair too much when sniping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    can you please tell us what is the issues that irritated you instead making off topics?
    He already told you that. LOD or Lift Off Distance is how much distance the sensor can read even after lifting off. If you are a fast gamer you need it low. Because if it's 1 inch like @Vanguard said than you need to lift it atleast more than 1 inch to stop sensing. Imagind a scenerio, you are playing competitive at LAN in your local gaming cafe or at home in online or the single player with the hardest difficulty. And after some sniping your mouse is almost at the edge of your mousepad. You need the mouse in the center of the pad. Now you need to lift it more than an inch to keep the crosshair where you left it. Unless of course you like moving your crosshair too much when sniping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Do you have any idea how bad this Ryujin (AZURES MINI) mouse is?????? It has more than 1 inch LOD. I bought one once, sold that within 6 hours at a clean half price. It is that bad.


    **** EVERYBODY STAY AWAY FROM Tt Ryujin aka AZURUES MINI mouse! ****
    xD Hahahahahahaha

    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    ^^this happens when people relies too much on the web reviews instead of the own personal experience.
    ^^Exactly . 2+

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    bought the bloody G3 V3 few months back. its a fantastic mouse. was bit heavy for me at first but got used to it now. Wish they'd bring a model with weight adjustment option.

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    eita banned??? :O
    kano?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumit Pramanik View Post
    yeah, using this one for three months, best mouse for low budget. I think its even better than X7. Grip control is good, good precision. It has a optional feature called Core3 for burst mode for FPS. But this take 20$ more to purchase the feature & as far as I know this mouse is banned in Gaming competition like WCG. So overall its a good one in low price.

    http://www.bloody.tw/en/product.asp?cid=1&scid=&id=2

    Heres the product link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunia_r_JAURA View Post
    He already told you that. LOD or Lift Off Distance is how much distance the sensor can read even after lifting off. If you are a fast gamer you need it low. Because if it's 1 inch like @Vanguard said than you need to lift it atleast more than 1 inch to stop sensing. Imagind a scenerio, you are playing competitive at LAN in your local gaming cafe or at home in online or the single player with the hardest difficulty. And after some sniping your mouse is almost at the edge of your mousepad. You need the mouse in the center of the pad. Now you need to lift it more than an inch to keep the crosshair where you left it. Unless of course you like moving your crosshair too much when sniping.

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    He already told you that. LOD or Lift Off Distance is how much distance the sensor can read even after lifting off. If you are a fast gamer you need it low. Because if it's 1 inch like @Vanguard said than you need to lift it atleast more than 1 inch to stop sensing. Imagind a scenerio, you are playing competitive at LAN in your local gaming cafe or at home in online or the single player with the hardest difficulty. And after some sniping your mouse is almost at the edge of your mousepad. You need the mouse in the center of the pad. Now you need to lift it more than an inch to keep the crosshair where you left it. Unless of course you like moving your crosshair too much when sniping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asap View Post
    eita banned??? :O
    kano?
    bcz of its so called strife mode.

    In Core 1 u can configure the mouse for RPG or RTS gameplay. There are 7 buttons+Wheel. U can configure them all.
    In Core 2 u can use it for FPS. 3 button: 1 for single click, n for double click and 3 for 3x click in same Left click button. U just have to switch it.
    Core 3 for hardcore FPS in which u can use macros and us button 3 for burst shot which is illegal in FPS game. So I think u know the answer now.
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