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    Obrigado Reis, vou dar uma vista de olhos nisso a ver se consigo melhor a performance aqui do G400, além que está um Zowie a caminho, espero ficar satisfeito com o dito cujo

    Já tirei a aceleração e passei de 850DPI para 700DPI, vamos ver se agora mato melhor no Rust
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    Obrigado Reis, vou dar uma vista de olhos nisso a ver se consigo melhor a performance aqui do G400, além que está um Zowie a caminho, espero ficar satisfeito com o dito cujo

    Já tirei a aceleração e passei de 850DPI para 700DPI, vamos ver se agora mato melhor no Rust
    Zowie? Não compraste um Razer ou Corsair cheio de luzes?

    Não sabes o que é bom.
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    Ainda pensei num Mionix Castor, mandava algum swag, contudo acabei por escolher o Zowie
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    ASUS Announces Cereberus Series Gaming Peripherals



    ASUS today announced Cerberus Gaming Keyboard, Cerberus Gaming Mouse, and Cerberus Gaming Mouse Pad. These new Cerberus Series gaming peripherals offer a compelling blend of solid build quality, precise control, and comfortable ergonomics for gamers of all types who want dependable, no-nonsense gear that can stand up to the rigors of intense, marathon gaming sessions.
    Cerberus Gaming Keyboard is an LED-backlit USB gaming keyboard with a rugged, splash-proof design, rubberized feet for enhanced stability, and dedicated macro keys. Forged from a full SECC (steel, electro-galvanized, cold-rolled coil) metal plate, Cerberus Gaming Keyboard has a tough, durable build that easily handles the stresses of continuous, intense gaming. Its splash-proof design protects against accidentally spilled liquids, while an integrated drain hole prevents liquids from being trapped inside the keyboard, ensuring easy cleanup after spills and minimal disruption from gaming. Fully rubberized feet provide enhanced friction on any surface to keep Cerberus Gaming Keyboard firmly in place during even the most intense gaming sessions.

    Cerberus Gaming Keyboard is equipped with 12 dedicated and easy-to-reach macro keys that enable gamers to issue custom in-game commands with a single keystroke for complete tactical flexibility and a competitive edge.
    Cerberus Gaming Mouse
    Cerberus Gaming Mouse is a comfortable and stylish ambidextrous optical gaming mouse with a four-stage DPI switch that enables instant adjustments to mouse sensitivity and precision. Gamers can choose from four customizable sensitivity levels to give them the right amount of speed for standard gaming sequences and ultimate precision when necessary, such as when sniping. A convenient LED color indicator provides at-a-glance confirmation of the current sensitivity level.
    Cerberus Gaming Mouse perfectly fits both right- and left-handed gamers and accommodates any grip type. Combined with rubber side grips that stay cool and reduce slipping from sweat during intense gaming action, any gamer can enjoy comfortable gaming experiences while retaining total control.

    Cerberus Gaming Mouse Pad
    Cerberus Gaming Mouse Pad perfectly complements Cerberus Gaming Mouse to provide even more control for gamers. Finished with a premium heavy-weave fabric, Cerberus Gaming Mouse Pad provides a textured surface for games that require fine control and absolute precision. In addition to Cerberus Gaming Mouse, the mouse pad works perfectly with all kinds of optical and laser mice to deliver an enhanced gaming experience to any setup. Cerberus Gaming Mouse Pad is the result of extensive testing by ASUS designers to create a mouse pad that provides optimal feel, comfort, and durability. With a fray-resistant design and strong, embroidered edges, Cerberus Gaming Mouse Pad is made for a long lifetime of intense gaming.

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    (É da imagem mas) o rato parece vir (re)vestido com uma espécie de pele.
    Esta linha é suposto posicionar-se entre o que e que de todas as gamas que eles já têm?
    Devido à falta de espaço na assinatura, resolvi colocar em "Acerca de mim" os meus projectos]
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    QPAD DX-20 Optical Gaming Mouse Review

    QPAD DX-20 Optical Review

    Manufacturer: QPAD
    UK price (as reviewed):
    Approx £69.99 (inc VAT)
    US price (as reviewed): TBC

    For as long as we can remember (well seven years ago anyway), QPAD's mice have been fairly large, comfortable things that were generally a joy for palm grip users thanks to their five finger grip supports and well-placed buttons. They had a distinctly ambilevous design, plenty of buttons and that's the way things have stayed.

    The DX-20, though, marks a change from this norm for the first time for QPAD and it's certainly a very different offering to the company's 5K or 8K Pro gaming mice. It's Intellimouse-inspired design is smaller all round and far narrower especially, but thankfully the length hasn't been squished as to make your fingers drapw over the ends of the main buttons - it's plenty long enough at just under 130mm even for the largest hands.



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    While it doesn't offer a full five finger support, there's enough of a chassis here to cater for at least your thumb and three fingers. However, if you're moving from a larger mouse, the lack of support for your pinky and semi-support for your ring finger and thumb will be very noticeable. It sports a rather narrow ambidextrous design with an hourglass shape so the overall result is actually something that lends itself to pretty much all grip types once you get used to it of course.

    There's a surprising amount of weight in what's otherwise a compact, entirely plastic chassis with no adjustable weights included. At 97g this might be a tad too heavy for some given the Logitech G402 noticeably larger yet comes in only a few grams more, while the Cooler Master Xornet II weighs considerably less. However, there are loads of heavier mice out there including many of Razor's.

    The exterior sports a soft-tough coating and apart from some slight rough edges under the right mouse button that can occasionally catch your ring finger, it's a very pleasant mouse to hold, even for long periods. There are four large Teflon feet with a pack of replacements in the box - always a nice touch plus you get a nylon carry case too.



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    There are seven programmable buttons - the two usual, scroll wheel, a pair of thumb buttons and two DPI sensitivity toggles behind the scroll wheel. As your fingers tend to sit a fair way forwards and relatively flat, it can be an effort to move them back to the toggle switches, especially in a hurry, but it's good to see a pair here rather than a single button.

    The thumb buttons feel absolutely fantastic with a light yet firm positive feel and great physical and audible feedback. The main buttons use Omron switches and these sport a relatively even actuation pressure a surprising way back from the front of the mouse, again reinforcing the fact the DX-20 can lend itself well to a number of grip types. If you're a fan of quite scroll wheels then this is definitely the mouse for you. There's no free-wheel toggle as you might see on a Logitech mouse, but it feels just as good as the thumb buttons, with a smooth yet light resistance that offers plenty of feedback with very low noise, even if you're flick-scrolling up and down rapidly.



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    The Pixart/Avago 3320 optical sensor claims zero acceleration and we'd have to agree as much as out hands and eyes could tell us, although if you're really going for broke, it's worth noting the claimed 80 inches per second tracking, which is less than most other QPAD mice, which offer as high as 150IPS and triple the image processing rate too. That said, we only saw smooth, precise tracking from the DX-20, which was a joy to use straight out of the box.
    Toda a review:
    http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/per...tical-review/1
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    GIGABYTE Xtreme Gaming XM300 Mouse Launches

    Gigabyte expands its mouse range with the XM300, the first gaming mouse from the XTREME GAMING series product line. Designed for competitive gaming, the XM300 is equipped with a gaming-grade 6400DPI optical sensor adjustable in 50 DPI increment for exceptional precision.
    With the tracking ability up to 200 inches per second at 50g acceleration, the XM300 ensures extreme speed and accuracy needed to dominate the battlefield. The OMRON micro switches on both the left and the right click buttons provide response at lightning speed and extended durability for over 20 million clicks.
    RGB backlighting is another highlight of the XM300 that allows gamers to personalize the mouse with virtually unlimited color options of illumination and customizable lighting effects to match their play style. The XM300's classic, streamlined design offers great ergonomics with an incredible feel, making it suitable for various right-handed grip styles.

    Optimizing the user experience to the next level, GIGABYTE further pays attention to details. The XM300 uses the top-quality cable for allowing free movement during intensive gaming sessions. The rubber side grips ensure gamers to have a firm hold when swiping or lifting the mouse. The XM300 also comes with two extra pairs of glide-optimizing Teflon mouse feet that could be swapped with as they wear down.

    Engineered to perform with accuracy and precision, GIGABYTE XM300 gaming mouse inherits the XTREME GAMING DNA to help gamers focus on the game and to take their gaming experience to the extreme.

    For more information, visit the product page.


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    Citação Post Original de Enzo7231 Ver Post
    (É da imagem mas) o rato parece vir (re)vestido com uma espécie de pele.
    Esta linha é suposto posicionar-se entre o que e que de todas as gamas que eles já têm?
    Aquilo parece ser mais um plástico rugoso... Ou é mesmo a qualidade da imagem...
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    Tech Ubër-Dominus Avatar de jotinha17
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    Esse QPad tem boa pinta.
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    Aquilo parece ser mais um plástico rugoso... Ou é mesmo a qualidade da imagem...
    Se olhares à volta do rato, vai parecer que lhe falta anti-aliasing
    Devido à falta de espaço na assinatura, resolvi colocar em "Acerca de mim" os meus projectos]
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    Synaptics IronVeil Fingerprint Sensor Integrated Into Mice

    Advancing The Human Interface – Synaptics IronVeil

    Synaptics has been working on integrating different sensors into different products to make them more user friendly. One of those sensors is a fingerprint reader, similar to what we are used to on mobile devices. Working with Thermaltake, LiteOn, EVGA and others, Synaptics has integrated their latest fingerprint sensor, IronVeil, into various mice.
    image: http://www.legitreviews.com/wp-conte...il-645x322.jpg

    Synaptics IronVeil Technology is made up of a tiny fingerprint module that features a 4 x 10mm sensor that s used to scan your fingerprint. It takes just 100ms to acquire the data from the sensor and then about 80ms to match it. Synaptics noted that processor speed does matter and that the 80ms match time is done using a high-end Intel Core i7 processor. That is very fast considering that it usually takes 4-7 seconds to type in a complicated secure password if you can get it typed in right the first time around. The chance of a false positive, where a user is approved without the correct fingerprint match is one in 50,000 and there is a 3% chance for the correct fingerprint is rejected.
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    Synaptics IronVeil is FIDO compliant, and is supported natively in Windows 10 with Windows Hello. Synaptics sees IronVeil being a big deal for eCommerece sites, and social media platforms, which are supported in Chrome, Firefox, Edge and IE. For gamers using game client access (Steam, Origin) and they see it making in-game purchases easy as once your credit card is on file you can just opt to buy something and then just verify the purchase with your fingerprint. Synaptics thinks that this will make in-game purchases fluid and quick.
    It should also help keep eSports gambling legitimate as more and more people are playing for money. People are ‘smurfing’ these days on eSports, so IronVeil enables a way for gamer identity verification. If you are betting or even playing competitively you might want to be sure you playing against an appropriately experienced player rather than a very experience player ‘smurfing’ as a novice player, this is where Synaptics IronVeil Gamer Verification can be useful. In addition, all of those various authenticators we seem to need for online gaming can be replaced with IronVeil’s Authenticator.


    The Thermaltake Black V2 gaming mouse is one example of Synaptics IronVeil integration in a retail product. The Thermaltake Black V2 mouse has the features that gaming enthusiasts want, making the combination of a fingerprint reader and mouse a great idea. With the Avago laser sensor, it is capable of on the fly DPI adjustments up to 5700DPI, while the Omron switches makes clicking the buttons reliable. Other features of the Black V2 include a customizable weight system, red LED illumination lighting systems, up to 35 macro button combinations, and a new rubber coating.





    The Thermaltake Black V2 mouse is a fairly low cost gaming mouse, which by itself can be purchased online for $49.99. There will be a Thermaltake Black V2 mouse with the Synaptics IronVeil fingerprint reader built-in coming soon for around $59.99. We happened to get in an early prototype and have been using it the past couple weeks.
    Let’s take a look at the software provided by Synaptics to make the fingerprint reader usable.


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    Hard cheese for mice-less Logitech



    Getting into entertainment did not help that much

    Logitech’s attempts to exit its iconic mice making business and get into something more musical did little for the company’s bottom line this year.

    The outfit’s quarterly operating profit fell 1.5 percent which on the face of it could have been a lot worse.
    Logitech decided to get out of the mouse making business and refocused on new accessory lines like wireless music speakers, video conferencing and video game controllers. It hoped this would offset a decline in personal computers and demand for its mice and keyboards.
    It nearly paid off. At the end of the year there was a sudden demand for Logitech’s newer music and video accessories but it failed to stop shrinking demand for its other computer add-ons.
    It reported an operating profit of $74.2 million for the fiscal third quarter, a decline from $78.6 million. This was reflecting a move to exit the mouse business over the past year.
    Still the results were better than Wall Street predicted so it was not all bad. Analysts thought looking for an operating profit of $73.11 million.
    Net sales in the December quarter rose about 3 percent to $621.1 million compared to the mean estimate by analysts of $631.6 million.
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    Vão deixar de fazer ratos????
    Why???
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    Custo produção, investigação altos para o rendimento que dão dai se estarem a virar para um seguemento de negócio mais aliciante!
    E' pena mas a verdade e' que temos cada vez mais fabricantes a desenharem e a produzirem a sua linha de ratos e teclados.

    Novos tempos e' preciso adaptação. Antes isso que fechar portas, visto que ainda produzem muito outro material de qualidade
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    As colunas para mim são top e imbativeis na relação qualidade preço.
    Devido à falta de espaço na assinatura, resolvi colocar em "Acerca de mim" os meus projectos]
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    Não foi o Jotinha que comprou um Zowie recentemente?

    ZOWIE Mice Recall Announcement

    Apesar da maioria dos casos detectados serem na região nórdica e norte americana, os restantes também têm direito a troca.

    Thanks to the information from early buyers, it is discovered that random double-clicks are observed in the new ZOWIE FK1, FK2, ZA11, ZA12, ZA13, EC1-A, EC2-A models and such occurrences are discovered so far in the Nordic and the North America region. Due to reliability concerns, production and worldwide sales of the above mentioned models will be halted. Consumers that have acquired the specific products can call your retailer and register for you replacement within valid warranty.

    In countries and regions that are not aforementioned, it is with little possibility for consumers to experience the random double-clicking. Nonetheless, owners of the FK1, FK2, ZA11, ZA12, ZA13, EC1-A, EC2-A models are offered with product replacement -- no condition binding and you can contact your local retailor for more information.
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