Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by xenon supra, Apr 8, 2010.
i bet you drive a VW too
see user name bro
you're a Mac WHORE!
I'm only an iPad behind you though.
like your style
although, i will not be getting an iPad, ever.
I can be your little brother, but i have the dock now for the ipad, and rearranged my desk, but your camera > my camera
Wish I could afford a Mac Pro. I've been thinking about the Ipad. How readily available are books for it?
Apple everywhere...but the mouse, looks like a Microsoft or Logitech mouse
Xenon, what kind of camera, or actually, what kind of lens are you using??
Fucking mac whores...
Apple mice are not very ergonomic. I gave up on the MightyMouse, that thing cramped my hand.
TS, what camera and lens did you use? i'm looking for a nice fisheye lens for my nikon
I'm not a big reader, but it's nowhere close to amazon yet.
I'm sure it won't be long until it gets up there.
You can browse the book store from iTunes I think.
Logitech mouse. I hate apple mice
Nikon D700 and 16mm Fisheye
If you have a crop body Nikon, get the 10.5mm fisheye
How do you like the performance mx mouse? are all the buttons programmable for different keystrokes? I'm like 5 mins away from buying one but i'm afraid that they took away how programmable of some of the buttons are.
don't blame him, Apple mice are horrible
Trust me I understand, but I would have lmao if it was a M$ mouse around that much Apple product
I use a Microsoft mouse with my Mac Pro.
Don't buy it. The scrolling is choppy as fuck (almost as choppy as Windows scrolling) and if you try to scroll through a dropdown box it locks up the mouse for up to 10 seconds. And the buttons are too touchy. Get an MX Revolution or a Magic Mouse instead, they're both much better (though the Revolution still has the dropdown box problem, but not the choppy scrolling problem for some reason).
I have a VX revolution and it has worked flawlessly for 3 1/2 years, just recently its been acting up and will disconnect/stop working/not track movement..etc. Logitech sent me a new mouse (Anywhere mouse MX) but I dont like that it lacks the amount of buttons that my old one had. Thats why its important for me to know if all of the buttons on the Performance MX mouse are programmable or not.
Oh, forgot to add, the button to toggle between click scroll and free scroll (the button on top of the mouse behind the scroll wheel) is analog - so that button isn't programmable, it can only change the scroll mode and nothing else. Every other button is programmable to predefined actions or keyboard shortcuts. The MX Revolution's scroll wheel toggle is digital so you can set it to middle click or whatever.
You should check out the Magic Mouse though, I switched to it from a Performance MX (and an MX Revolution before that) and it's awesome. Scrolling is much better and there's tons of gestures you can use with BetterTouchTool. The gestures aren't very good for gaming, but for everything else I think they're perfect. And I actually find it more comfortable than the MXes, but I'm weird.