|Myk SilentShadow PC Specs|
|Motherboard||ASUS Rampage IV Formula|
|Memory (part number)||8GB Corsair XMS3 1600|
|Graphics Card #1||ASUS Radeon 7970 3GD5|
|Sound Card||ROG Xonar Phoebus|
|Monitor||Samsung SyncMaster SA300|
|Storage #1||Corsair Neutron 128GB|
|Storage #2||Seagate 2TB|
|CPU Cooler||Corsair A50 Pro Air Cooler|
|Case||BitFenix Merc Alpha|
|Power Supply||Thermaltake Litepower 700W|
|Keyboard||Alienware TactX Keyboard|
|Mouse||Tesoro Gandiva H1L|
|OS||Win7 Ultimate x64|
Thanks for the review. I'm am definitely getting this mouse. When is it supposed to come out in the states. Anyone know.
Phanteks enthoo primo, i7-4770k, ASUS MVIF, 16GB G.Skill Trident X Ram, ASUS 780 Ti DC2O, Samsung 120GB and crucial M500 480gb SSD, 1TB Western Digital Hard Drive, NZXT 850W power supply
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I Hope to see this mouse landing in Aus.
gaming mouse. I'm a fan of Razer's products as well until I decided to give Anker (relatively new brand too) and ROG a try and they're pretty decent for their prices. With this mouse, you have the adjustable weight option and a sleek silver surface, much like the older Razer models with glossy surfaces. Most of the 2013 Razer mice now have a matte texture however, which is great if you have sweaty palms. Personally, I still prefer the smooth buildup over the rough and scratchy feel that I now get with Razer's new sandpapery designs.
Last edited by Repoman; 09-29-2013 at 01:27 AM.