I replaced my Razer Lachessis back in 2010 because it had a bunch of well known issues. But on top of all those issues, the middle click stopped working properly. That pushed me to finally replace it. I bought a Microsoft Sidewinder and was very pleased. It was comfortable, and it worked well. Fast forward 3 years and now the middle click is giving me trouble again. It doesn't always work when I click it. Scrolling works without any problems, though.
This is my second mouse in a row that has the exact same problem with the middle click, WTF is going on ?? It's not like I click the button hard, or anything... I don't rage and smash my mouse like a lunatic... I just use it normally. Is it simply just running out of clicks? I know there is a finite number of clicks that a button can do, but I think it's way too early for that.... espacially since the Lachesis' middle click stopped working fairly quickly (about a year or so, IIRC). And I can't RMA the mouse since the warranty ended in September.
Any idea of what could be going on here? I should also mentioned that the Lachesis was plugged into a different mobo than I'm currently using with my Sidewinder. So I don't think the mobo/USB port is the issue (could be wrong, though).
GMG has it for $17 with the voucher GMG25-C8FGA-VFPGI . Only catch is that it gives you a Telltale Games redemption code... so you need to make a Telltale games account. I'm a bit surprised, since other Telltale Games sold on GMG can be redeemed on Steam.
From what I understand, the PS4 won't be BC to play PS3 games, but they can be Streamed using Gaikai? Have they said exactly how this will work? I have no clue WTF Gaikai is... Would it be similar to a Netflix style of thing but for games where you can pick a game and stream it online? If so, I'm assuming that it would require a decent internet connection.
The reason I ask is because there are a couple of PS3 games that look interesting but I have no plans to purchase a PS3 so late in the console's life cycle (1 month left, haha). I'd probably purchase a PS4 close to the holidays, but that strongly depends on whether or not I'd be able to play old PS3 games or not and how much the rest of the features appeal to me once the console is out and I get real impressions.
Sorry if this was already answered. I did a quick/lazy search and didn't quite find the answer I was looking for.
My current monitor is slowly dying, so I figured now would be a good time to buy a new one. Aside from the response time and contrast ratio, what does one typically look for when buying a new monitor? Any suggestions on good models? I'm looking for a 1080p monitor that isn't too expensive.
Anyone know any good programs to switch between a monitor and a TV? I plan on hooking up an HDMI cable to my TV to watch movies off my PC. Are there any decent (preferably free) programs to switch the output from one screen to another? Thanks.