Linition Posted December 24, 2021 Share Posted December 24, 2021 I would like to take the opportunity to ask who actually uses this button as intended. Because I have to say it is actually a nice button if used what it was designed to do. The problem is, from my experience and in the games I play, the RMB/aim button already does pretty much the same job. On top of that I have a very special grip that worked better on the older M65 shell where I would use my thumb and pinky so close to the bottom edge of the mouse that when I slightly pinched my fingers I would slightly lift the mouse off the pad, completely eliminating any friction and dramatically increasing my ability for the tiniest adjustments while still being about to flick roughly 180 degrees with only wrist movement. I was massively successful with this grip technique back in the days of Ghost Recon Online, but I can imagine it is not a common approach and thus mice don't get designed for it, but hey, maybe Corsair might get some useful ideas. Either way, I tested the sniper button and while I very much appreciate Corsair's engineering here, I wonder if anyone actually uses it considering games often already come with one and in those that don't, people just use the sens/grip they got used to with all the other mice that don't have a sniper button. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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