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Old 06-23-2013, 08:36 AM
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Default Corsair M65 questions

Hello, i just want to buy the corsair m65...
Some questions:
1. The scrool wheel is stiff or loose? because everytime i play on my old mouse i choose the wrong weapon cuz the scrool wheel it's too loose...
2. the arctic white color has a rubberized texture like the black version?
3. how i can switch the profiles on the device?
4. on the white coloration it's easy to scratch on the non rubberized surface?
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1. The scroll wheel is quite stiff. In idle it is almost not movable (unless you scroll over the notch of course)
2. Yes, the M65 has a mat finish on the side.
3. Behind the scroll wheel are a button to increase the dpi, a display to see what profile you're using and then another button to decrease the dpi.
4. I don't know, but I don't think so, I haven't heard of anything about that.
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1. The scroll wheel is quite stiff. In idle it is almost not movable (unless you scroll over the notch of course)
2. Yes, the M65 has a mat finish on the side.
3. Behind the scroll wheel are a button to increase the dpi, a display to see what profile you're using and then another button to decrease the dpi.
4. I don't know, but I don't think so, I haven't heard of anything about that.
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