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Old 12-09-2018, 06:11 PM
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Default If Only the Scimitar Pro RGB Had...

20 programmable buttons.

I'm a huge fan of Corsair. I currently have a Corsair case, fans, cooler, RAM, headset and mousepad. I plan to add a K70 RGB MK.2 with Cherry MX Blue to that list, but I'd like to add a Corsair mouse as well.

Currently, I use the Logitech G600 MMO. I was in an accident in my choldhood that left me with impeded mobility in my left hand compared to my right, so I bind a lot of buttons to the 20 programmable buttons on this mouse.

Among my favorite are the scroll wheel buttons. Push it down, tilt it to the right, or tilt it to the left; those are all buttons, giving it a total of 20. From what I can tell, the Scimitar Pro only has 17, because the scroll wheel can tilt to the right, but not to the left, and can't be pushed down.

Anyone else with me on this? If anyone from Corsair sees this, can you talk to the Product Development Team and see if we can make a new version of the Scimitar Pro RGB with 20 programmable buttons like the Logitech G600 MMO?

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Old 12-10-2018, 08:25 PM
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Thanks for your feedback! I can agree with you it is nice to have the left and right on the middle click having used a G600 MMO once before...It's something we've even brought up in house already but I'm always willing to let them know when people also ask for or show interest for certain designs and features.
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Necroing a bit.

The lack of left/right on the mouse wheel is the only reason I haven't replaced my Naga with a Scimitar.
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Thanks for your feedback! I can agree with you it is nice to have the left and right on the middle click having used a G600 MMO once before...It's something we've even brought up in house already but I'm always willing to let them know when people also ask for or show interest for certain designs and features.
I just joined this forum specifically to comment on this post.

I run a business and I'm outfitting my 10 offices with gaming keyboards and mouses in the hopes the macro utilities will increase productivity. I am considering the Scimitar Pro and the K95 Platinum due to my experience with similar products from other brands. While the pricing is far more competitive and the software seems to be more user friendly, the lack of a 3 function mouse wheel is posing a very large hurdle. In my experience, the right and left mouse wheel click are among the most used functions I use, both in gaming and in business.

I just thought you might like the input of someone who is looking for this kind of equipment for other than gaming purposes. I've found my mouse and keyboard setup, which is very similar to your equipment mentioned previously, has dramatically increased my productivity in numerous areas by using the macros.

Finally, in my opinion, this kind of equipment could easily, and very successfully, be modified to be marketed to businesses as tools to increase productivity. I know how much it's helped me in my business and can't imagine other business owners wouldn't think the same if it was marketed correctly.

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Old 02-26-2019, 04:39 AM
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Necroing a bit.

The lack of left/right on the mouse wheel is the only reason I haven't replaced my Naga with a Scimitar.
I've just registered just to say this as well. For years now (literally 3-4 years) I've known about Logitech G600, Razer Naga and the Scimitar. Ever since then I've been waiting for Scimitar to get this basic (IMO functionality). So disappointed to not see it in the pro version.

I hate my nagas, because they break all the time and G600 is not as comfortable for me personally, although I've used them both.

So now for years I've been I would love to buy a Scimitar, but I can't do that without mouse tilt to the left and right and with middle click available as well. I just won't compromise on it. Please bring it in and I would be more than happy to buy several Scimitars for me and my family.
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Old 03-11-2019, 08:23 PM
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I too signed up just to add that I am also on the G600 atm. Love Corsair but this mouse has to have the left and right wheel clicks and the third button for me to even think about switching.

Gone through 2 naga's (double click issue) and two of the earlier g600's (also double click issue). Currently on the updated g600.

P.S. Your ****ing aluminium mouse pads rock!
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