>>52518753 Had it for about a year now and I'm honestly loving it. Great for gaming and for browsing. The side buttons are re programmable and are really responsive. Barely any wear on mine. Only complaint is that the side rubber grips grease really easy and become slippery so I would recommend wiping any grease or shit off your hands before use! Other than that 9/10 would buy again...
>>52519217 My 2013 would remember all settings without drivers. You could disable the gaudy leds and set dpi then uninstall synapse and have no issues. I used it like this for years until I plugged it into a friends pc and his synapse auto changed all my settings to his.
I never really liked LED's on mice. Keyboards are cool, but mice, why? When you're using it you're not really going to see the lights and when you're not it's kind of a distraction in your peripheral vision. I always turn them off.
I loved the original deathadder, but I stopped buying them after I went through a few of them because they would all start double clicking with a single press after a year or so.
I have always hated razer for obvious reasons and the ultra fugly green but their CES reveal actually seems to have a nice product.
999 for 8RAM, 128SSD, i7Lake, 4K
i7-6500U Dual-Core Processor with Hyper Threading 2.5GHz / 3.1GHz
The real attraction is to anyone who plays games on PC and is looking for a laptop. They may just have a mediocre PC or another shitty gaming laptop. Now this offers a real graphics card that can be left home and trendy ultrabook for the go.
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