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It's hard to know how many charge cycles you will get because this is a new product. The battery is not replaceable. The mouse must be charged every 48 hours of use according to their product specifications. I can tell you from personal use, the battery lasts much longer when you only use it for gaming sessions and you… see more It's hard to know how many charge cycles you will get because this is a new product. The battery is not replaceable. The mouse must be charged every 48 hours of use according to their product specifications. I can tell you from personal use, the battery lasts much longer when you only use it for gaming sessions and you turn down the intensity of the RGB lighting effects. You can turn down the intensity or turn those lights off entirely. My muse has the RGB lights on, but dimmed down quite a bit, the battery is currently at 90%, and it says there is about 52 hours of battery life left. The battery charges extremely fast and you can use it while it's charging as the cable is very flexible and suitable for gaming. If you have the wireless charging mousepad, this mouse will always be at 100% or 99% battery life. Honestly, the battery life on this mouse is amazing and very impressive. This is a big leap forward for mice in my opinion. They also use a Hero sensor that consumes less power and is the new industry standard for a sensor. see less It's hard to know how many charge cycles you will get because this is a new product. The battery is not replaceable. The mouse must be charged every 48 hours of use according to their product specifications. I can tell you from personal use, the battery lasts much longer when you only use it for gaming sessions and you turn down the intensity of the RGB lighting effects. You can turn down the intensity or turn those lights off entirely. My muse has the RGB lights on, but dimmed down quite a bit, the battery is currently at 90%, and it says there is about 52 hours of battery life left. The battery charges extremely fast and you can use it while it's charging as the cable is very flexible and suitable for gaming. If you have the wireless charging mousepad, this mouse will always be at 100% or 99% battery life. Honestly, the battery life on this mouse is amazing and very impressive. This is a big leap forward for mice in my opinion. They also use a Hero sensor that consumes less power and is the new industry standard for a sensor.
Some random
· November 23, 2018
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Unfortunately, yes. I had to readjust my grip to apple less pressure on right button, but right-left misstrigger still happens sometimes. :(
Amazon Customer
· December 2, 2018
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I purchased mine at around december I believe the new batch of mice resolved that issue . If yours seem to rub a quick remedy is to file the parts that hit each other or RMA it.
Jose Clemente Flores
· December 21, 2018
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only works with their mouse pad from my understanding
deancuh
· October 20, 2018
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It doesn't take batteries, you charge it. It comes with its own charging cord, and you can still use/play with it while charging.
Merlin
· May 31, 2019
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Honestly they are pretty responsive, depending on grip, hand size and play style this can vary. It is an ambidextrous mouse and you can add and subtract buttons that you dont need but it's difficult to say (without seeing your mouse grip and how you use those buttons with your ring finger) to say anything.
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Honestly they are pretty responsive, depending on grip, hand size and play style this can vary. It is an ambidextrous mouse and you can add and subtract buttons that you dont need but it's difficult to say (without seeing your mouse grip and how you use those buttons with your ring finger) to say anything.
Worse case scenario buy it, try it, keep the packaging and return it if you dont like it. see less
Honestly they are pretty responsive, depending on grip, hand size and play style this can vary. It is an ambidextrous mouse and you can add and subtract buttons that you dont need but it's difficult to say (without seeing your mouse grip and how you use those buttons with your ring finger) to say anything.
Worse case scenario buy it, try it, keep the packaging and return it if you dont like it.

Connor
· February 20, 2019
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Mine works fine, the only issue i have is when i hold left click hard and i roll the scroll wheel at the same time (i do this because my fortnite keybinds, this situation should be extremely rare to anybody else) the wheel hits the left click button and it gets stuck, but should be no issue if you use regulagr keybinds… see more Mine works fine, the only issue i have is when i hold left click hard and i roll the scroll wheel at the same time (i do this because my fortnite keybinds, this situation should be extremely rare to anybody else) the wheel hits the left click button and it gets stuck, but should be no issue if you use regulagr keybinds in games see less Mine works fine, the only issue i have is when i hold left click hard and i roll the scroll wheel at the same time (i do this because my fortnite keybinds, this situation should be extremely rare to anybody else) the wheel hits the left click button and it gets stuck, but should be no issue if you use regulagr keybinds in games
Victor Garza
· September 27, 2018
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To be completely honest. It's about the shape of the mouse. Yes, with aluminum batteries(G305) you can get a comparable weight to the G Pro. The main reason why I bought this mouse was because of the shape, wireless, weight. If you are worried about the price, then buy the g305. If you like the shape of the g305, then … see more To be completely honest. It's about the shape of the mouse. Yes, with aluminum batteries(G305) you can get a comparable weight to the G Pro. The main reason why I bought this mouse was because of the shape, wireless, weight. If you are worried about the price, then buy the g305. If you like the shape of the g305, then buy the g305. see less To be completely honest. It's about the shape of the mouse. Yes, with aluminum batteries(G305) you can get a comparable weight to the G Pro. The main reason why I bought this mouse was because of the shape, wireless, weight. If you are worried about the price, then buy the g305. If you like the shape of the g305, then buy the g305.
Paul Houston
· March 18, 2019
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They are slightly loud but nothing crazy.
walt
· May 4, 2019