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Lognetmedia ML-903 ICON 2000DPI Laser Mouse - Lognetmedia ML-903 ICON 2000DPI Laser Mouse
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"So the claim of "80 clicks in 10 seconds" seems very optimistic, but after using this mouse in many games and applications, I think this rate of clicking would be possible if you had almost super-human clicking abilities. That is to say, the primary and secondary mouse buttons have a "hair trigger" response that require less force than my Logitech MX518 or Microsoft Intellimouse Explorerer 3.0. This proved itself useful in Rainbow Six: Vegas when I had one of the weapons on single shot rate-of-fire, with a silencer, and needed to take out a few enemies at once. It certainly shone here as an incredibly accurate and lightning-fast mouse for first-person shooter (FPS) games."
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