[SUGGESTION] Another Mouse Bungee!

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Hawkeye85, Sep 9, 2017.


Would you like to see this?

  1. Yes!

  2. No!

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  1. Hawkeye85

    Hawkeye85 Member

    Hello! I just had this idea, less than a minute ago! Razer already has a Mouse Bungee, but it is plain black, if memory serves, and does not exactly have many snake-themed features...(Razer is like some gamer-snake-cult so why not???) Perhaps Dark green/Gunmetal grey for one color scheme, and emerald and pitch black for the 2nd?
    I don't know much about mouse bungee's, but could we have some USB ports on it?

    Concerning design features, would wrapping the excess cord around it to resemble a snake wrapped around a pole/tree branch be a possibility(with hidden design underneath for the event where you don't have excess cord to wrap around it!)?

    Things you would add/take away?

    Thanks for reading this suggestion!
  2. Well... Mouse Bungees usually are not powered, so they don't need any wires, so idk about the USBs, but I would like a new bungee
  3. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member

    I voted yes cause I wanted to vote, but do those things even work? I never even knew mouse bungees even existed until I saw the Razer one on the zsilver store. Then I started looking on Amazon and low and behold there are a ton on there. So do these things even work or are they just fluff? What exactly is it's purpose? Just to keep the wire off the desk?
  4. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Mouse bungee with chroma & USB hub :D (of course available in gunmetal & mercury white colors).
  5. Hawkeye85

    Hawkeye85 Member

    Well some had up to 4 USB ports, so that would be cool to have, and having chroma like on the new usb hub/headset stand would be a bonus. Additional colors for gunmetal and mercury and black would be cool.

    As to their effectiveness, I have not personally used one as of today, however I have been wanting to get my hands on one. I know some pro players use them, especially those with very low dpi and ingame sensitivity settings, so they can make broad movements/high speed flicks without the cord getting tangled/caught on something/keep it out of the way(kephrii from Overwatch has one, just look at his twitch channel for the link). It essentially makes the mouse movements feel as though the mouse were a wireless, or so I've heard. This makes it very useful for those who use low dpi, and wish to play competitively and have every possible advantage. One way to get close to the feel, if what I have heard is correct, is to tape down your cord with some box tape. Make sure you have enough cord so that any movements you make on your mousepad will not be hindered by the tape/cord length you allowed yourself. That doesn't get the cord off of surfaces, so there is no reduction in friction, unfortunately, but if your desk has a good open space it can help dramatically, if you're used to it dragging on rough corners, with it being caught all the time.
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