Tt eSPORTS Saphira Mouse - Community Testing and Feedback

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by smithter, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. sjaeger172004

    sjaeger172004 Member

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    Emailed my application :)
     
  2. StreekG

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    Hope there were more submissions for this than just the people that posted that they sent their entry in...
     
  3. Gnatty

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    Put mine in, gotta bump it to keep it visible
     
  4. smithter

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    I sure did mate :)

    Hey mate, this is what I posted on another forum:
    "It could be used as one. The right hand side is slightly higher then the left hand side and the buttons are on the left.

    So you could if you really wanted to, but it's not the best."

    hahaha, not really mate. Hey.. After you do the proper review you can. It's yours to keep ;)

    Thanks mate!

    Will be drawing the chosen applicants on Thursday!
     
  5. StreekG

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    Cmon peeps, the Theron thread was great.
     
  6. smithter

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    Congratulations to the successful applicants for the Saphira Mouse:

    Please check your emails in the coming days, I will send you all information on the mouse so you can have it at hand for the review.

    Please remember the following terms:
    - Test the mouse through your general activities for at least one week (gaming, photo shop etc.)
    - Provide feedback in the form of a forum post, minimum of three paragraphs (We will make a thread in this forum for the results)
    - Provide a list of pro's and con's of the mouse and rate the mouse in a score out of 10
    - Be a resident of Australia/New Zealand

    Please have your responses ready by the 17th of May 2012, I will create a new thread for your to post your findings in.
     
  7. Hepsily

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    Woohoo cant wait to review my new mouse!

    thanks smithter!
     
  8. CaptainBlame

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    Dang somehow missed this thread. To the reviewers please at least test the lod and max control speed on this sensor since they using the avago 3090.
     
  9. gumption

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    Bugger, missed out :(

    Well done guys who were chosen, looking forward to the reviews :D
     
  10. StreekG

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    Congratulations to all the chosen winners, look forward to some reviews :)
     
  11. Joehax

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    Bleh missed out again
     
  12. tr1cky271

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    It doesn't appear to have DPI buttons to adjust DPI on the fly therefore it wouldn't be suitable for FPS - correct me if I'm wrong?
     
  13. GiantGuineaPig

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    Ditto, guessing they're just looking for ultra hardcore gamers that live 24/7 on games...
     
  14. archibaw

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    Wow! I was actually successful and I'm not even an ultra hardcore 24 hr gamer.
    Thanks smithter.
     
  15. sammy_b0i

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    I was a winner (somehow, I never win usually, thanks though!) and I'm not an ultra hardcore gamer either. I'm looking forward to giving the review :thumbup:
     
  16. GiantGuineaPig

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    Apparently I was completely wrong :p
     
  17. Loadingdread

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    Thanks heaps. I look forward to reviewing the mouse!
     
  18. Loadingdread

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    DPI buttons are on the bottom of the mouse.
     
  19. tr1cky271

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    That's handy! :lol:
     
  20. smithter

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    The DPI buttons are on the bottom of the mouse, this allows it to have a very simple exterior.

    I use this mouse personally for Competitive Counter Strike: Source and Casual SC2 play, I haven't touched the DPI buttons since I have owned it. But it really depends what you need as the consumer!
     

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