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ABKONCORE and fulfilled by Amazon has Gaming Mouse on sale listed below

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ABKONCORE A660 Gaming Mouse [10000 DPI] [amazon.com] $7.99 In stock Oct 30

Use the code SDA900PRIME to save 52% at the checkout
ABKONCORE Gaming Mouse A900 [16,000 DPI] [amazon.com] $9.99 OOS
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I bought their RGB mechanical keyboard when it was posted on SD a few months ago and it's very well built and super fun to type on although very loud because it's blue switches. I did purchase the A900 mouse a week or 2 ago as a backup (I prefer using wireless) but I did test it, fun mouse with the RGB and works well. Note that this a Korean brand.
more FYI.

From watching like 10 review videos.

-They are the "Corsair's" of Korea.
-They sponsor/sponsored the Afreeca Freecs (pro korean League team).
-The company started out making computer parts, case, fans, power supplies etc and have branched out to other areas.

-Only recently, last couple of years, have they branched out to oversea's markets.

If Korean league players are using this, it's worth a shot.
Most thorough review. 7 pages

https://www.techpowerup.com/revie...core-a900/

Highlights.

PRO'S

Flawless sensor performance
High button quality
Decent scroll wheel
Good choice of components
Nicely gliding feet
Grippy coating
Full software customizability
Well-done lighting

CON'S

High click latency
Weight could be lower(100g for a smaller mouse)
Average cable
Pointless weight system

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Anyone ever use this brand before?
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Anyone ever use this brand before?
I bought their RGB mechanical keyboard when it was posted on SD a few months ago and it's very well built and super fun to type on although very loud because it's blue switches. I did purchase the A900 mouse a week or 2 ago as a backup (I prefer using wireless) but I did test it, fun mouse with the RGB and works well. Note that this a Korean brand.
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Anyone ever use this brand before?
Nope, looks totally legit
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I bought their RGB mechanical keyboard when it was posted on SD a few months ago and it's very well built and super fun to type on although very loud because it's blue switches. I did purchase the A900 mouse a week or 2 ago as a backup (I prefer using wireless) but I did test it, fun mouse with the RGB and works well. Note that this a Korean brand.
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If I didn't have multiple mice already I would get this. 16k DPI mouse without RGB in a name brand will cost you significantly more
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This brand makes a few specialty keyboards. They specifically make a full sized 55g topre keyboard that takes mx cherry key caps.
That board is my daily driver and it is of immense quality. Can't speak of this mouse though, or anything else they make. Can't emphasize enough how much I like that keyboard.
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I was looking for a mouse. Thank you for this! In for one.
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Bought 1, thx for the promo code!
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Most thorough review. 7 pages

https://www.techpowerup.com/revie...core-a900/

Highlights.

PRO'S

Flawless sensor performance
High button quality
Decent scroll wheel
Good choice of components
Nicely gliding feet
Grippy coating
Full software customizability
Well-done lighting

CON'S

High click latency
Weight could be lower(100g for a smaller mouse)
Average cable
Pointless weight system
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more FYI.

From watching like 10 review videos.

-They are the "Corsair's" of Korea.
-They sponsor/sponsored the Afreeca Freecs (pro korean League team).
-The company started out making computer parts, case, fans, power supplies etc and have branched out to other areas.

-Only recently, last couple of years, have they branched out to oversea's markets.

If Korean league players are using this, it's worth a shot.
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Seems like a good balance between the really cheap gaming mice and the $100 Razers sold, I gave the 16000 dpi model a chance.
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Bought the $8 one, thanks OP
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Honesty amazing price for these types of sensors. Techpowerup have pretty detailed reviews. At sub $10 they are a steal. Main issues with both these mice are stiff cable and really long click latency (probably just a huge build in denounce setting).

https://www.techpowerup.com/revie...order=date
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