So the Naga Hex Gaming mouse boasts a 10million click lifecycle with up to 250 accurate clicks per minute? This sounds like a job for MathMan!
So let's see here. 250 clicks a minutes is 1000 clicks every 4x1minutes. And 10,000 of those is 10 million so that means...
Now an hour has about 61 minutes in it. . . namely 60. and 24 of those suckers (to give us a day) should be 1, 2+2, 4, 0; or 1440.
So 40,000 minutes/(1440min/day) = 27.777* days.
You could break this sucker through wear and tear in a month.
[[But wait! What about practicality?]]
Ah yes, that is true. 27.777days (Or, ya know, February) is a long time to go without food, water, or sleep.
Let's assume for argument's sake that one could dedicate each waking hour to playing a game that required optimal clicking of 250clicks/second, and that he was ambidextrous so he could switch off hands every hour. Let us further assume that he/she/it is being delivered food and refreshment constantly and eats with his 'off-hand' as needed. Or on IV, i don't care.
All that leaves is sleep.
The longest any person has verifiably stayed awake concurrently and without meds is 11days. But then, I doubt they were gaming. Let's assume instead that you sleep 8 hours a day - plenty of rest for your trigger finger.
Now that's gonna be a 33.3333% increase in our overall mouse-life, since for every two minutes we had before we we now have three. 1- 2/3 = 1/3!
1/3 of 27.7777 = 9.259259259*. 27.777* + 9.259259259* = 37.037037037*. Yay, you made it another month.
[[But wait, what about OTHER buttons?]]
Ah, you're a crafty one, aren't you? The Naga Hex, after all doesn't just boast one button but TWO. And two buttons on top. And seven on the side. That's eleven buttons! And that means 11times as many clicks if you spread it out properly! Now, you might point out "Ah, but then you wouldn't be gaming, would you?" But that's the sheer brilliance of it! With the programmability of the buttons, you can set any one of them to fill the role of any other that falls. Do the first 8 in pairs, and for the last three, alternate off so as to milk them to the end. It totally works. Which means:
37.037037* *11 = 407.407407*. Now divide by the 365 days in a year: 1.116184677828513444951801116184677828513444951801* [author's note: that is the precise set of recurring end numbers]
In short the Naga Hex - even under heavy stress and optimal conditions should last you at the very least a year. And considering the cost ($45), it's a hell of a bargain!
**And *THAT* is why MathMan is the most useless superhero since Steel**