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Evo-G Introduces Unique Mouse Anchor

Discussion in 'News' started by Darksaber, Aug 28, 2008.

  1. Darksaber

    Darksaber W1zzard's Sidekick Staff Member

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    Evo-G innovative Mouse Anchor is a working result of Evo-G end users and Evo-G Design Group. The Mouse Anchor is an efficient and simple cable management system that prevents unwanted mouse movements caused by long wires. With its heavy-duty construction, it effectively secures excess cable and increases stability and accuracy during fast-paced movements.
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    Features:
    1. Prevent unwanted mouse movements
    2. Push and Save Cable Management System
    3. Heavy-Duty Construction

    Specifications:
    • Weight: 135g
    • Dimensions: 53.5mmX48mmX23mm
    About Evo-G
    Evo-G means Evolution Gaming Gear. Evo-G is all about innovative gaming gear for the market that makes more users professional.Our mission is to create performance-enhancing gaming products, created for and by leading professionals.

    Source: Evo-G
     
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    Sold!!!

    If the price is right, that is.
     
  3. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    I just use a cable gripper thing stuck to my desktop.That does look cooler though.
     
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    Looks good, but it will be too expensive (my guess)
     
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    PVTCaboose1337 Graphical Hacker

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    I'm pretty sure I could make that! Lead + pole = anchor.
     
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    thats what i was thinking lol, iv already got some lead in my mouse for extra weight:)
     
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    I NEED THIS! LOL!

    Right now I've got the cord under my second monitor's base, so the monitor is slightly angled. If I take it out, the cord slides down the back of my desk and the mouse is annoying as hell to deal with.
     
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    Get some play-doh, wrap it around your cable, save 50$.

    Amazing!~:toast:
     
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    I never really liked cord holders that require the cord to be wrapped around them as I find that the cord dies over time if kept like that. I would prefer something like the mouse bungee they have on their site
     
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    heres what i came up with from crap lying around hehe,
    bit of a keyring, hd platter spacer, bike tube rubber an some lead . . .
    i think it looks pretty good:)
    [​IMG]
     
  11. DeltaFox

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    What's the new thing about this cordholder?
    Both
    http://www.razerzone.com/p-88-razer-armadillo-mouse-cable-management-system.aspx
    and
    http://www.steelseries.com/int/products/accessories/cordholder/information
    Have already been out for a long time (I had have the Steelseries one for 6 months)
    That said everyone serious enough to get a gaming mouse, should also find the money to spend on a cordholder,
    after having had it for more then a week i wouldn't part with it :)
    The level of mouse freedom it gives is incredible!
     
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    its anoying when the cord gets trapped on something an you miss a shot at a vital time, then death happens,
    another home made one is insulating/electrical tape:) you can even get different colours to match your case/scheme.
     
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    Why not just get a wireless mouse? An innovation in the making since Nickola Tesla.
     
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    Wireless = More latency = More deaths less kills
    Wire + USB @ 1000 Hz = 1 ms response time = No lag
     
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    Not to mention short lived battery life between recharging, and it still leaves a cable for the charger. I like this idea and have wondered before why something like this was not around.
     
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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    Cords on mice? What are we, in the 80s?

    That isn't true, the RF signal travels just as fast through the air as the signal does through copper wires(roughly the speed of light).

    My G7 battery lasts about 24 Hours between charges. At the two day LAN event that I recently attended, I only had to swap batteries twice, and that was with almost constant gaming.
     
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    Believe it if you wish...
     
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    I already have a Razer Armadillo i got for freeeee
     
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    Well I believe it, but I don't think it should be considered an issue for people who don't play professionally.
    But gamer mice aka mice with high tech sensors, are only made with wires, therefore the cordholders are necessary.

    @ Newtekie1, The G7 is the only wireless "Gamer" mouse ever made and in my top 5 of best mice ever,
    the only thing it lacks is a second side button , which is rather important:shadedshu (Why logitech, why?)
    (+ maybe a VX Nano sized wireless adaptor :rockout:)
     
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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    I can agree about the missing second side button, but I got used to it pretty quickly, and the left and right side scroll make up for it.
     
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    i just clip mine to the rear of my Samsung monitor, worked perfect for me.
     

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