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    Re: Lexip gaming mouse claims to be first ever 3D mouse

    Interested to see some reviews on this thing, once it gets out there.
    It looks like it's going to be something very difficult to get used to, but it could be really useful on the move, when you don't want to carry your Hotas around.

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    Re: Lexip gaming mouse claims to be first ever 3D mouse

    What, wait, where's the RGB angle?


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    Re: Lexip gaming mouse claims to be first ever 3D mouse

    Quote Originally Posted by AGTDenton View Post
    What, wait, where's the RGB angle?
    It's under Customisation.

    "Speaking of RGB lighting, we went all out. No, that doesn’t mean we used an obnoxious amount of LED lighting. Instead, our design is subtle featuring three zones of full RGB lighting.
    The zones include the logo, top button, and bottom shell. Pick any color you’d like and pair it with animations like wave, disco, and more to make Lexip blend in with your battle station."


    However, I'm calling outright BS on this bit:

    " It can handle any genre you throw at it, performing better than:

    - Genre-specific gaming mice
    - Controllers
    - Joysticks
    - Flight sticks
    - and most other gaming setups

    This is largely due to our mini joysticks, which are a complete miniaturization of full size, analog joysticks. Resulting in a natural feel with mechanical feedback and precision, just like those in the controllers you use every day".

    There is absolutely NO WAY this will trump a HOTAS setup.
    Not unless they put nine extra buttons on this thing. It's physically impossible.
    I also doubt a small ¾" long stick can give you the same level of precision as a proper 6" flightstick, again basic physics.

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