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Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by j.i, Nov 17, 2016.
Why would it be better though?
It's easier to train your hand eye coordination with your arm, instead of wrist. Of course you're not obligated to do one or the other.
Hmm, it would take to much effort now , i'm tpo far in
That's understandable. If you find success in using your wrist, there is nothing wrong with that.
i mostly play moba's anyway
Keep in mind using your arm to aim just helps you gauge how far you need to move the mouse to get to a certain point. It can in fact be useful for all types of games
Is it worth "upgrading" from the DA Chroma?
If you have the Chroma and it works fine, I'd say it's not really worth upgrading
I have the chroma. They're pretty much the same. If you wanna save a few bucks then just go for the DA chroma
I got the deathadder chroma, I find it is just fine for Overwatch. I also just like all the colors!
I agree with the colours thing
So does the Elite also have chroma lighting that you can customize like the Chroma version? I really just like everything to be chroma, lol, I'll drive myself nuts to get all the chromas!
Yes. And the Elite has a few more lighting options than the Chroma like Reactive (it lights up when you click, and you can choose the duration) and dual color Breathing (where it switches back and forth between 2 colors you select). The Chroma also has breathing mode but not the 2 colors.
Oh. Oh! Now I wants! LOL The one I got was refurbished, but it works SUPER well and I love it! I guess I know which mouse I'm getting when I need/want to upgrade ^^
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