Silver to Rhodium mouse, $200 to $600, what's your take?

Sloginfizz

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Setting cost aside...

I think the wood should be formed all of the way to the buttons. They also shouldn't mix the brass dials with the Rhodium. They look good with the gold (actually, I think the gold mouse looks better than the rhodium)

As for mice in precious metals, while they look nice new, I would think the gold and silver wouldn't hold up to a lot of scratches being so soft, they would also loose their shine unless polished regularly. Rhodium would probably loose its shine too.

I'd like to see a titanium and a cobalt version.
 

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the way I see it, if this logitech mouse cost $245, I rather pay extra to buy that gold mouse

https://www.newegg.com/p/0TP-000C-01853?Description=logitech vertical mouse&cm_re=logitech_vertical mouse-_-0TP-000C-01853-_-Product

anyhoo, for gold plated, how can you polish it and return it back to the original state?
Except that mouse doesn't cost $245, it costs $100. You need to look at actual official listings, not delusional marketplace storefronts that hike their prices up in hopes of luring in a sucker, even on merchandise that is nowhere close to being scarce.
 

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KazeoHin

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No extra buttons, I would prefer something of this style only with the capability of the Logitech MX master...
 

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Anywhere else besides newegg. Again, you aren't looking at actual listings by newegg themselves, just third-party vendors. Pay attention to the top of the box where the price is shown; you'll see that it says "Sold and shipped by: GlobaleParts", meaning a marketplace seller, not Newegg.

Here are some actual prices at other sites:
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