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Lenovo Legion M200 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse $19.13 + Delivery ($0 with Prime /$39+) @ Amazon AU

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Down from $32. Cheapest yet on Camels. $49.01 on Lenovo website

Brand Lenovo
Colour Black
Style Legion M200 RGB Gaming Mouse
Movement detection technology Optical
Number of buttons 5

Optical sensor
4 DPI settings (1000 DPI , 1300 DPI, 1600 DPI, 2400 DPI)
500 fps frame rate

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  • +6 votes

    Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed Wireless Ergonomic Gaming Mouse $57.81 Delivered @ Amazon AU

    This has also dropped down from $65. Prices keep dripping down, it will probably jump up again after some purchases.

    • +1 vote

      Thanks. Grabbed one of these.

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    Thanks OP, grabbed one.

  • -1 vote

    why is there frame rate for a mouse lmao

    • +8 votes

      I assume it's meant to be polling rate lol

    • +1 vote

      Its the number of frames per second the sensor is able to capture, higher FPS means greater accuracy at high speed.
      Its not the polling speed, that's something else.

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        https://sensor.fyi/info/#frame-rate--fps
        The polling rate is the rate at which your computer asks your mouse to send an update. An easy way to think about the polling rate is by looking at it as the maximum variance in response time. As the sensor is a tiny camera, the frame rate is the frequency at which that camera takes pictures. The sensor compares two of the pictures to figure out how far you moved the mouse. Generally the frame rate is well over the polling rate which means many of the movements are used in a single report to the USB controller. This value is generally not important when looking to purchase a mouse since it is implied by the Acceleration & Tracking Speed values on the sensor.

        • +1 vote

          The polling rate is the rate at which your computer asks your mouse to send an update.

          Sounds like my ex
          Ironically our “polling” rate was pretty low

  • -1 vote

    What’s the sports brand equivalent of Lenovo esports gear?
    Reebok?

    • +4 votes

      I would guess Big W.

    • +2 votes

      reebok make great shoes. the club c 85 is an eternal classic

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        They do! I wasn’t trying to insult Reebok lol

    • -2 votes

      Where in the OP did it mention that it's a esports mouse?

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    Anyone have any idea why a wired mouse has the below requirement?
    Batteries 1 AAA batteries required.

    Thanks

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      shoot I did not see that and bought already, but it is weird that a wired mouse needs battery… hhmm hope it is a typo or something to that effect

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        Yeah I went to look at the official lenovo site and it doesn't reference a battery

    • +3 votes

      Amazon descriptions are notoriously unreliable.

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      For RGB lighting LOL!

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    Reviews seem to say the rgb can't be turned off, bit disappointing.

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    This looks a lot like the Corsair Glaive mouse that sells for around a 100 bucks, the 2 side buttons are great for FPS gaming.

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    Do I need another mouse

    • +2 votes

      Probably not, but this mouse need you.

      • +1 vote

        My cat said yes.

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      Ask your cat first

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    I don’t think I can ever give up my trusty G500

  • +1 vote

    Looks like a cheap $10 China mouse rebranded to Lenovo

  • +1 vote

    Arrived today, reasonably nice, for $20 I'm certainly not complaining.

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    Available again (same price).

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    Available again