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    Biostar's first gaming mouse is rather minimal but so is the price

    The AM2 offers an Avago sensor, four-step DPI switcher, and even LED lighting, for US$9.99.
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    Re: Biostar's first gaming mouse is rather minimal but so is the price

    Loved the Intellimice, hope this hits Europe/UK

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    Re: Biostar's first gaming mouse is rather minimal but so is the price

    I'm guessing Ebuyer will stock the mouse, they are the only major retailer selling their motherboards in the UK as far as I'm aware.

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    Re: Biostar's first gaming mouse is rather minimal but so is the price

    Well if it's anything like their motherboards, I would advise users to invest in a soldering station and an infinite supply of capacitors

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    Re: Biostar's first gaming mouse is rather minimal but so is the price

    Quote Originally Posted by LeetyMcLeet
    Well if it's anything like their motherboards, I would advise users to invest in a soldering station and an infinite supply of capacitors
    Bad experience with them?

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    Re: Biostar's first gaming mouse is rather minimal but so is the price

    wonder if they asked AMD if they could use the AM2 name?
    you would think copyright/trademark applies seen as they're both computer equipment :shrug:
    and if you say Biostar AM2, my first thought is a mobo, mainly because I'm still using an AM2+ Biostar mobo from 2009. apart from 1 ram slot being a bit wonky sometimes, its been perfectly fine for 7 years.

    but what do I know about these things IANAL

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    Re: Biostar's first gaming mouse is rather minimal but so is the price

    AMD mouse for really? over-heating?

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    Re: Biostar's first gaming mouse is rather minimal but so is the price

    Quote Originally Posted by stevie lee View Post
    wonder if they asked AMD if they could use the AM2 name?
    Is there a trademark on that socket name, i know they renamed it from M.2 too AM2 because of a trademark issue but did they take out their own?

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