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    For the past few weeks, I've been switching between my go-to Razer Hex mouse and Lexip's 3DM Pro joystick mouse, which is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter.
    The Lexip mouse, aimed both at gamers and 3D creative types, sports two "joysticks" that can be deeply configured to function in various ways. Where your thumb rests (with both left-handed and right-handed options available) is a joystick, similar to those you might expect to find on an Xbox controller. Additionally, the entire body of the mouse can be tilted forwards and back, from left to right, and also set up with either keybinds, or other controls.
    After dozens of hours of use, I'm still struggling to see the point of this mouse, which not only comes with some harsh trade offs but seems to have been abandoned by the company that made it. I simply cannot recommend this mouse at this time, for various reasons.


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    02-20-2018 07:10 AM

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