[Staples] Staples: SteelSeries Kana Optical Mouse, White $29.99
http://www.staples.ca/ENG/Catalog/cat_s ... eries+kana
Nov 16th, 2012 2:50 am
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Don't think so, Go check the Staples coupon thread.
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Same. I have the diablo branded version (I do prefer the rubberized texture, too) and it's quite nice. I just don't like the software, it takes up a lot of RAM for doing next to nothing.pompoco wrote: ↑Nov 19th, 2012 3:40 amThe Kana is a great mouse. Omnidextrous design 5 buttons and wheel, 1MHz polling and switchable settings of 400-3200DPI and the right amount of heft. the white version (I have) is slick. Only problem so far you need to install the Steelseries drives as it won't respond after lock, sleep, screensaver etc. when using the standard windows driver and you would've to replug it everytime you lock your screen...
other than that great mouse and for $30 well worth it IMHO
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Wrong company, that's Razer with the cloud software garbage, not Steelseries. The backlash likely will prevent Steelseries from ever doing the same.s7r1k3r wrote: ↑Nov 19th, 2012 6:05 amI will never buy a mouse that requires its own drm software to run just to use it. Supporting this is ridiculous. Soon all of your peripherals will need its own software running and connected to the internet to function or else it becomes useless. What if a server went down?
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Nov 19th, 2012 1:37 pm
I'm in the exact same position. I've had an MX-510 for the past 6 years, but the right click on it is starting to go, I'm in the market for a mouse but I have no idea what to look for.
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I'll just add that the feet of the mouse are very slick and higher quality, they won't wear as quick as normal mice. Also I think there's a 3200DPI sensor in this one which is good, though 800DPI is plenty for desktop use an the DPI can be configured in software.