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    Cooler Master launches MM830 ergonomic gaming mouse

    D-Pad buttons are integrated into the thumb rest, behind the built-in OLED display.
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    Re: Cooler Master launches MM830 ergonomic gaming mouse

    Not my thing and with some questionable features... but the price is about right for it, at least.
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    Re: Cooler Master launches MM830 ergonomic gaming mouse

    I wasn't interested at all, until I saw the D pad. I don't know why it's taken so long for anyone to do this, it's perfect for optimal use of the thumb. Two buttons is a waste, and 12 is just silly, but 4 is easy to map in your brain.

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    Re: Cooler Master launches MM830 ergonomic gaming mouse

    A 24,000 DPI sensor, if a true resolution, is fairly impressive. That's a resolution, if my maths are correct, of a 1000th of a millimetre.

    25.4mm / 24,000 = 0.00105mm

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    Re: Cooler Master launches MM830 ergonomic gaming mouse

    Quote Originally Posted by globalwarning View Post
    I wasn't interested at all, until I saw the D pad. I don't know why it's taken so long for anyone to do this, it's perfect for optimal use of the thumb.
    This and other features like it have been done before, both on mice and on keypads, but with limited popularity.
    On mice especially it can be quite awkward to use as an actual D-Pad, as it often conflicts with the mouse movement.
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    Re: Cooler Master launches MM830 ergonomic gaming mouse

    Decent price, I might pick one up to replace my steelseries rodent which has issues sometimes.

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    Re: Cooler Master launches MM830 ergonomic gaming mouse

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoonigan View Post
    A 24,000 DPI sensor, if a true resolution, is fairly impressive. That's a resolution, if my maths are correct, of a 1000th of a millimetre.

    25.4mm / 24,000 = 0.00105mm
    It's not, the 3360 is a 12,000 dpi sensor.

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