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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Hayder_Master, Feb 8, 2009.

  1. Hayder_Master

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    hello guys i find this ghost mouse , dumm look great just see it
    GM-M8000 from gigabyte

    1. High-performance Laser Gaming Mouse High-performance AVAGO 6090 Laser sensor
    2. Adjustable sensitivity up to 4000 dpi
    3. Support 15 customizable onboard settings with macro editing
    4. 8KB GHOST Engine onboard memory
    5. Scroll wheel with 24 individual click position
    6. 16-bit ultra-wide data path
    7. 5 independently programmable gaming button
    8. Easy "Up-down" DPI adjustment button
    9. Sweat-Proof Ergonomic streamline shape
    10. Ultra-DurableTM slick Teflon feet
    11. Gaming-grade USB cable with gold-plated USB connector
    12. Professional GHOSTTM Engine mouse software suite included
    13. Weight tuning up to 38 grams of metal weights

    http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Mouse/Products_Overview.aspx?ProductID=2944&ProductName=GM-M8000
    i think im gonna got one
     
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  2. SK-1

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    Scary mouse:eek: Marketing lol.
     
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    Looks good. I like the look and the weight thing. Might consider it. My current Logitech Click is ancient:laugh: I just hope the mouse has a reasonable size, I hate small form factor mice. I like them S.U.V. style!
     
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    Are Gigabyte using spawn as the mouses logo?
     
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    Wait... it's not wireless? NEXT!
     
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    a good performance mouse is a definite investment, even if you dont game!
    dont forget to get a good gaming surface, i use a double sided rocketfish, I believe it is the best.
    one side is for control, the other for speed(in case you need to play doom, and you are using the mouse for wasd movement :roll:)
    although it can become very close, a wireless mouse would be very hard to make "performance"
     
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    OMG, why the f*** would you buy Gigabyte mouse? They're experts in motherboards not mouses.
     
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    heard it's supposed to be pretty sweet. But I don't like wired mice... i like wireless. And i like my MX Revolution
     
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    That logo looks familiar
    [​IMG]
     
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    Where is the Price and who actually makes this are the top 2 questions I have. So much now days is a rebadge its frustrating. I Prefer wired and it looks like it might no be so small like the Razor mouse that I could actually use it.
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Looks ok, i like the LED switching and seems like a good gaming mouse specs wise.

    My Razer Diamondback is doing fine tho(even if its old):)
     
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    looks cheaply made to me
     
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    Don't see the reason in getting this over a Logitech or Razer...

    Driver software looks like crap, and IMHO so does that poor excuse for a mouse...
     
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    reminds me of the g9 which i own!! SUCKAS!! *runz off*
     
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    +1 on that. Seems like a G9 wannabe.
     
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    10$ mouses FTW!!!!! don't by that... waste of your money when you can get such a great mouse at 10$ :p
     
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    I don't even use drivers or software for my Deathadder. It's so awesome I didn't even bother lol
     
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    Gotta agree here. I had a $15 logitech mouse that I had for years, and then I spilled candle wax on it. I cleaned the wax off and it still works, although I do believe I did throw it away. I got a microsoft optical mouse for free, and I opted to use this one because it was newer and had less wear and tear than my logitech did. Also the logitech mouse didn't have just one cord. It had a relatively short cord and it came with a usb extender thing to lengthen it.
     
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    Candle wax? What the hell were you doing there and why was there a mouse involved:eek::laugh:
     
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    I don't even know
     
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    who uses candles... except when there's a power outage... but then the computer can't work if there's no power.........
     
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    scented candle
     
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    Apparently hat does... he musta been doing something with somebody... or something.
     
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    I wish :/
    I just burn scented candles
     
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