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    Mountain Makalu 67 gaming mouse with PixArt PMW3370

    First mouse with this high-spec sensor, and the first from peripheral maker Mountain.
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    Re: Mountain Makalu 67 gaming mouse with PixArt PMW3370

    Everyone who backed the Kickstarter project for the Everest keyboard should have also received an email with a code giving them free shipping if they pre-order the Makalu mouse (any other products in the same order will also be free shipping).
    The email I got says the code expires on the 14th August so two weeks to think about it. It's AU$101 for me which, to be fair, is not expensive compared to some of the other mice out there. I already have an ASUS Gladius II Wireless though...

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    Re: Mountain Makalu 67 gaming mouse with PixArt PMW3370

    Impressive sensor, but I'm not convinced by the ribbed casing. Although it does cut down on the weight and the circuit boards are protected by a water proof coating, I suspect over time sweat build up might make the mouse a little stinky.

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    Re: Mountain Makalu 67 gaming mouse with PixArt PMW3370

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivanhoe123 View Post
    Impressive sensor, but I'm not convinced by the ribbed casing. Although it does cut down on the weight and the circuit boards are protected by a water proof coating, I suspect over time sweat build up might make the mouse a little stinky.
    Aye, that's somewhere for gunk to sit. And I doubt you'll want to wash it.

    I've had my latest mouse so long the rubber pads have almost worn through. Being able to clean a quality mouse properly is essential if you want to keep it for a while.

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    Re: Mountain Makalu 67 gaming mouse with PixArt PMW3370

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ivanhoe123 View Post
    Impressive sensor, but I'm not convinced by the ribbed casing. Although it does cut down on the weight and the circuit boards are protected by a water proof coating, I suspect over time sweat build up might make the mouse a little stinky.
    Aye, that's somewhere for gunk to sit. And I doubt you'll want to wash it.

    I've had my latest mouse so long the rubber pads have almost worn through. Being able to clean a quality mouse properly is essential if you want to keep it for a while.
    If it's easy to dismantle then it could be washed ... probably

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    Re: Mountain Makalu 67 gaming mouse with PixArt PMW3370

    Quote Originally Posted by Neostar View Post
    If it's easy to dismantle then it could be washed ... probably
    True, but I doubt it's been designed to be able to be dismantled for cleaning.
    I prefer my mice how I like my cheese - powerful and without holes
    Last edited by Ivanhoe123; 09-08-2020 at 06:36 PM. Reason: Typo

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