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Alternatively you could use the stable ones on their webpage that comes with the drivers (altough the beta firmware fixes quite a bit of annoying issues and problems according to the changelog.
A special thing here is that you only have to install the drivers on one PC.
The mouse needs around 10 mins of getting used to for windows work, and I'm going to guess around a day for games.
Altough you will get the basics of it in under 10 mins of gaming as well. This is one area where I can clearly see the difference from my old MX510.
Now this would all be fine, if they didn't screw up on the right 2 buttons.
You really have to do kung fu moves to press those 2 buttons.
I played a campaign of ET with my MX510 and with the Razer.
There was around 5% acc improvement, and 30% more headshots per map.
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It should average for 50 euros, someone correct me on that if I'm wrong.
I have been using the XIM Edge with a Razer Lachesis for a few months now, but I have never been satisfied with the way it handles.
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