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Old 02-12-2017, 12:01 PM
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This is why I've chosen Razer Naga Chroma over Corsair Scimitar Pro - it has the option to tilt the scroll wheel. I'd love it if you put that functionality on the Scimitar because I prefer the rock-solid construction quality of your peripherials compared to the cheapness of Razer.

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Old 02-12-2017, 07:09 PM
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Lack of tiltwheel and big hand/palm grip (not sure if this one still applies) keep me from getting corsair mice.
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As far as I know tilt wheel is a patented Logitech feature, maybe Razer made a cross licensing deal with them?
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The "tilt wheel" function is programmable to mouse buttons; it is part of the USB HID (Human Interface Device) specification, and is not a proprietary feature.

(But actually tilting a wheel... I dunno, offhand.)
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