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Offline kolec94

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Deathadder Alternitive?
« on: Tue, 02 May 2017, 13:06:57 »
is their any alternitive or way to not use razer's config tool with the deathadder or a simular mouse that doesn't have a online config tool?

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Offline Bucake

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Re: Deathadder Alternitive?
« Reply #1 on: Tue, 02 May 2017, 23:04:51 »
there is something called "tournament driver" within synapse. it's still not optimal, but maybe it'll do?
that said:

microsoft intellimouse explorer 3.0
zowie ec1 / ec2
steelseries rival / rival 300 / rival 700
logitech g402 / g403 / g502
coolermaster storm alcor
gigabyte xm300

from the above mentioned, in my opinion only the intellimouse explorer is actually similar to the deathadder, but it's really old and very lacking.
you could just get an old deathadder, one that does not rely on synapse. but of course they are dated in some ways.
there are probably many more options out there though, there are just too many brands nowadays. a few minutes of google should get you a lot more results.

anyway, my suggestion:
- deal with synapse
- get an old deathadder
- try out a new mouse
« Last Edit: Wed, 03 May 2017, 03:06:06 by Bucake »
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Offline kolec94

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Re: Deathadder Alternitive?
« Reply #2 on: Wed, 03 May 2017, 09:11:10 »
there is something called "tournament driver" within synapse. it's still not optimal, but maybe it'll do?
that said:

microsoft intellimouse explorer 3.0
zowie ec1 / ec2
steelseries rival / rival 300 / rival 700
logitech g402 / g403 / g502
coolermaster storm alcor
gigabyte xm300

from the above mentioned, in my opinion only the intellimouse explorer is actually similar to the deathadder, but it's really old and very lacking.
you could just get an old deathadder, one that does not rely on synapse. but of course they are dated in some ways.
there are probably many more options out there though, there are just too many brands nowadays. a few minutes of google should get you a lot more results.

anyway, my suggestion:
- deal with synapse
- get an old deathadder
- try out a new mouse
thank you and i guess synapse has an offline mode now to

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Offline kolec94

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Re: Deathadder Alternitive?
« Reply #3 on: Fri, 19 May 2017, 13:01:22 »
I found a refurbish deathadder chroma for around $50 and I love it

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Re: Deathadder Alternitive?
« Reply #4 on: Fri, 19 May 2017, 17:36:55 »
As an alternative I do like the Steel Series Sensei.
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