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Creative Labs Fatal1ty 1010 Gaming Mouse


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  • Connectivity - USB
  • Color - Black
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000E3BV42
  • Item model number: 7300000000343
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 3, 2006

Product Description

Take total control with TrueGrip 5 Point Control System. Each control point on the mouse has been contoured and optimized to give you precise fingertip control. No more palming your mouse. Lock and load instantly using the G-Weight top loading, easy to access modular weight system. Each weight module or caliber is balanced to provide an optimized center of gravity.On the battlefield, you dont have time to guess. You need to KNOW. Whats the use of being able to change resolutions instantly if you dont know what resolution youre in Switch instantly to the resolutions you want thanks to the RapidRes system. Know at a glance what resolution youre using. Just check the color... and get the edge on your opponent.

Customer Reviews

I gaurantee that any cheap mouse under 10 bucks would be much better.
K. J. Bhang
Reading other people's review of this mouse, I can see that I am not the only one.
V. Olivas
Unless you don't like to have to click the button 2 times to double click.
Yucca Bravo

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NOTE: Mouse completely broken after 5 weeks - had to throw it out. Original review follows:

I am a BIG fan of the Logitech Wingman Gaming mouse - in my mind the best gaming mouse ever made except for the lack of a wheel, a thumb button, and optical sensor. Well...here it is. Essentially the same design as the Wingman WITH a wheel and a thumb button. My joy was unrestrained when I saw that this mouse had been made - as if someone had read my mind and made exactly the mouse I would have made for myself. I had VERY high expectations despite the reviews here and despite the "Fatality" name which to me is a turn-off for any product (being a 34 year old physician I don't exactly start getting smarmy in the pants over products badged with a teen gaming idol's name on it). But I don't care about the name - give me a good mouse and I'll buy it. For me this is an upgrade from my current G5.

The good:

- just like the Wingman this mouse fits the hand PERFECTLY. You almost don't even notice that the mouse is there.

- The three finger buttons are in exactly the right place.

- The smaller teflon feet make it glide much more smoothly than the G5 which tends to pick up dirt more on hard surfaces.

- Tracking seems good - on par with the Logitech G5.

- The wheel has a smooth, effortless feel to it.

- The weights are a nice feature...been done before, but a nice feature none the less.

The bad

- Yes the cord is stiff and short. Not a big issue for me since my monitor has a USB hub but...come on guys, if you're going to do it, do it right.

- The buttons have a very cheap feel to them. On the original Wingman the buttons had a perfect snickety effortless action to them.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Charles White on June 1, 2006
The weight change is nice but as you hold the mouse and put pressure on the top, the weight releases up into your hand. The physical size of the mouse is too small, it does not feel comfortable. The cable is very stiff and lies in loops across the desk. After several ejections of the weight, many small pieces of plastic were broken off and were discarded. I expect that to be called a gamer's mouse all these deficiencies need to be corrected. Very annoying - I returned what was left of the mouse and received my money back and all this trouble was in two weeks time, save your money and get a logitech mouse.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Yucca Bravo on March 9, 2007
This mouse has some very good things going for it. After you get used to where you put your hand it's very natural feeling. The weighting choices makes it so all people can get approx. their favorite weight. The button to change sensitivity is made for first person shooter gaming. Going from sniper rifle to assault rifle sensitivity preferences is a snap. That being said, Mine started to double click after a few days. It's gotten progressively worse and now I'm back to using my old mouse. Avoid this mouse at all costs. Unless you don't like to have to click the button 2 times to double click. In that case this is the mouse for you.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Hiroo on March 8, 2007
I didn't find the shape of this mouse particularly ergonomic. maybe it would be better for gaming, but i doubt the angular shape had any intent other than to look cool. right out of the box, there was a little rattle inside and i unscrewed things to find a little plastic nubbin broken off. the main problem is that after a few weeks, it developed a problem where it will double click on a single-click-- not every time but frequently enough to be really annoying.
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I'm sure most people get excited when they buy a new product, and thus review that the product is great right away. Well, I have been using this mouse daily for about a month now and I am NOT impressed.

I bought this mouse mainly because it was on sale after rebate for a very cheap price -- and I can see why it was so cheap: the product itself is cheap in quality as well. I'll probably be using the word CHEAP a lot in this review to describe this mouse. I would be very mad if I had paid retail for this. It's not worth it. Jonathan "Fatal1ty", "a world top gamer", designed this mouse? I think he should just stick to what he is supposably good at -- playing games -- than enginnering a mouse.

The clicking noise of the mouse just sounds very cheap and loud. I would not want to be in a room with a bunch of gamers using this mouse: it would be a clicking hell frenzy. Let alone, you will annoy someone trying to sleep using this mouse at night.

After a month, the response for the left click just has gone terribly bad; I have to click really hard to get a response or sometimes it double clicks even though I am clicking once. It is very frustrating. It seems the cheap microswitches inside (I uploaded a picture in Picture Gallery), which creates the loud clicking noise, can't reach against the button or it just won't trigger anything. I'm sure you're thinking I just had a defective product, right? Well, you can take your chances but this is actually a common problem being discussed in the Creative forums. You can google "Creative Fatal1ty clicking problem" and you should see some of it come up. Terrible quality control.
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