eRe4s3r wrote on Jan 11, 2018, 19:40:Just keep checking. I've picked mine up 50% off just before the holidays. It goes on sale every now and then for $99CDN which is like $15US or somethingSpectralMeat wrote on Jan 11, 2018, 13:05:
Edit: eRe4s3r check out the G900 as well, you can pick one up at half the price due to the G903 being out as the newer model.
Heh would be nice if... G900 costs like 120€ to 140€ and G903 138€ , basically a wash. As usual German prices though ;/
Beamer wrote on Jan 11, 2018, 08:08:The g900 is like that. The 903 uses the mouse pad to charge but I can't justify the added cost. Not to mention it is a first gen product which I'd stay away from.
Or just get one of the wireless mice that charge via a USB wire, so when the battery is low it just magically turns into a wired mouse. No lost time for charging, no useless devices, and at its worst it takes up no more room than a wired mouse.
Qvark wrote on Jan 10, 2018, 14:20:Have you used both? Don't give a shit which sensor is "better" on paperRe: New SteelSeries Rival Mouse Features Dual-Optical Sensors Jan 10, 2018, 12:27 SpectralMeat
I've used the Rival 300 for the longest time and abolutely loved it. The shape of the mouse fits my hand perfectly and the sensor was the best I have ever used.
Unfortunately the cord got all chewed up by my cat so I was forced to switch to something else.
The Logitech G900 is almost as comfortable but I find the sensor to be not as good as the SteelSeries.
Pff the G900 has a better sensor than the Rival 300, so that statement makes no sense.
edaciousx wrote on Jan 9, 2018, 14:49:That hasn't been made very clear by the announcement to people that doesn't play the game.Sepharo wrote on Jan 9, 2018, 13:39:
3 or 4 posts of people thinking crates are being added for the first time...
i know right? They had 2 crates for some time now, they are just adding another 2 more crates.
Creston wrote on Jan 8, 2018, 12:14:yeah but 120 fps on your 60Hz Macbook display in a hotel room on the dialup internet service!!!!
Bullshit. Graphical fidelity is one of the first things you sacrifice with cloud gaming. Games on cloud streams typically look like you're on Low settings on 720p...
StingingVelvet wrote on Jan 4, 2018, 18:41:That's the part I don't understand either. Who is the target audience for this?
Even if the experience were damn near perfect I don't know who their audience would be. The costs are higher than maintaining a gaming PC. Isn't one of the first rules of business asking yourself who your product is for? Who is this for? Gamers who don't want to maintain a gaming PC already have consoles.
Mashiki Amiketo wrote on Jan 4, 2018, 12:46:Exclusive inside look of the newly re-structured Mad Catz head office new products division
Jumping on the "omg RGB RAINBOW LAZER FORCE UNITE!" isn't really making me think they figured out where they went wrong. Especially with all the companies thinking it's still a great idea, never mind the people screaming for less LED glowing stuff.