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    Asus Cerberus Fortus

    An ambidextrous gaming mouse with RGB lighting and no software.
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    Re: Asus Cerberus Fortus

    Off-topic, but I wonder if both ROG and Cerberus will become "NVidia exclusive" gaming brands.

    Assuming that ASUS have indeed signed up to the GPP, that is.

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    Re: Asus Cerberus Fortus

    Lack of software necessity for basic functionality is a good thing.
    Lack of ability to use software to change bindings at the very least is wrong.
    When there is a standard approach to buttons, such that they are recognised as a named and OS supported button press then it might work.
    Otherwise, no.

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    Re: Asus Cerberus Fortus

    Quote Originally Posted by ByteMyAscii View Post
    Lack of software necessity for basic functionality is a good thing.
    Lack of ability to use software to change bindings at the very least is wrong.
    When there is a standard approach to buttons, such that they are recognised as a named and OS supported button press then it might work.
    Otherwise, no.
    likewise windows 3.1 15mb, does it not do the same? ....... programmers are so lazy now, i swear they get bet paid by size of code

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    Re: Asus Cerberus Fortus

    Ambidextrous mouse with all the buttons on one side?

    *headscratch*

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    Re: Asus Cerberus Fortus

    If you can buy from Amazon as it'll be a LOT easier to return if there's an initial issue. Or any issue.

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