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E-Blue Auroza Laser Gaming Mouse

E-Blue Auroza Laser Gaming Mouse

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With the money it's worth, you could buy a much better mouse with an actual good sensor (Steelseries Rival 100, Cougar 300M, Logitech G302 etc.)., so I won't recommend it.
However, props to E-blue for being honest and putting Laser in the title, so people won't be confused. Also, I've had good experiences with e-blue's products in the past, as one of their products (E-blue silenz, a 3-button mouse with silent clicks) lasted me 3 years and is still working.
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You are right, though my point is comparing it to other products you can get at a similar price, instead of comparing it to much better mice (which in turn should also come at high prices, at about $50)
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Thx, u and Menthalion are right, we use this Laser sensor ensure high performrace tracking ability, it is not the best sensor in the industry but surely one of the top level(u sure knew that now), an other point i would point out is the design and the shape of this mouse. It's really great comfort while gripping it and give so cool palm feeling. I would say it's one of the best retro design of IE 1.1 mouse shape concept in the market,thx
And another laser mouse. For a tech community did no-one pick up on optical mice taking over the accuracy crown from laser 5 years ago ?
Ugh, really?
I wonder why half of the stuff labled as "Gaming" needs to look like a damn spaceship.
Funny enough, the peripherals out there that aren't as flashy, are usually the better ones for gaming.
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