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Submitted by GIZORAMA 855d ago | review

A4Tech’s G7-310D Zero Delay Series Mouse Review | GIZORAMA

GIZORAMA - One of the most hated things about the old mechanical computer mouse design with a ball was having to clean dirt and lint off the rollers inside. While the move to optical and laser has remedied much of that headache, there is still the potential of crud getting caught up in the hole that emits the light. A4Tech decided their mice needed to go one step further and make them holeless. The G7-310D is part of the new holeless and no lag line that features technology in the wireless receiver to cut down down on delay from movement of the mouse to the screen caused by speed of the signal. (A4Tech, PC, Tech) 4/5

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