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    Default AORUS Thunder M7 Mouse Review

    Today we’re going to test drive the AORUS Thunder M7, a mouse that's specifically geared to MMO/RTS gamers. Coming with a huge assortment of buttons and some unique features as well, the M7 looks rather exciting. It's got well-established Gigabyte backing it through their new AORUS gaming division, and the M7 is the flagship MMO mouse. And as an added bonus, we have the Thunder P7 mouse pad for a closer look as well, a control mat that's utterly massive. Let's dive in.

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    Default Re: AORUS Thunder M7 Mouse Review

    Great Review Jake thanks for posting

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    Default Re: AORUS Thunder M7 Mouse Review

    Good review Jake (as usual). Not so bad mouse but being designed especially for MMO/RTS gamers I think would have very limited market target, also one big (-) is its price.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: AORUS Thunder M7 Mouse Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Good review Jake (as usual). Not so bad mouse but being designed especially for MMO/RTS gamers I think would have very limited market target, also one big (-) is its price.

    I agree. Nice review. Like the design but I dont play enough MMO to justify buying one specifically for it. However I know a lot of people that do and will love to have a sleek mouse designed for them in mind. Biggest part is they will pay that sticker price for it. The last MMo mouse I saw had about 50 buttons all over it and was overkill. This one is a better mixture of style and functionally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    ...The last MMo mouse I saw had about 50 buttons all over it and was overkill. ...
    with this ludicrous number of buttons you'll be more concentrated which button to press and what it's mean, instead of the game its self.

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    Default Re: AORUS Thunder M7 Mouse Review

    Good review Jake. Same hear Sandy. I dont mes with my mouse. Just plug amd use.

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