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post #1 of 31
Thread Starter 
so i thought it will be nice to see what mouse will you create if you would have a chance!
i will start,my mouse will have:

-Ikari Shape

-About the size of the Kana

-Zowie AM/EC Scrollwheel

-Zowie AM Sensor

-Red Rubber finish

-Two sides buttons

-Braided Cable

soo what will be your perfect mouse smile.gif ?
post #2 of 31
Mh, that would be:

-WMO shape, but flatter and longer

- Zowie EC Scrollwheel

-Zowie EC.Cable

-Logitech MX300 Sensor (ADNS-A2020)

-White glossy finish, with red scroll wheel

-Zowie EC Cable

-Huano Switches

-no sidebutttons
post #3 of 31
Thread Starter 
nice,what games do you play most of the time?RTS or FPS?
post #4 of 31
Shape:
I'd take the Sensei shape, make it a little more \__/ shaped, so you can lift it easier. Then I would make it slightly more comfortable by tilting just the right mousebutton a little like it's on the Ikari or Imperator for example but I would keep the base of the mouse straight, in order not to tilt the whole hand. I think the Sensei shape is more or less perfect otherwise. I'd probably make a smaller shaped mouse too for the people that have smaller hands or simply prefer the smaller sized mice (think Kinzu).

Sensor:
If the next Avago 9800 sensor has no inconsistent tracking or acceleration, I'd take that. Otherwise I'd give people the ability to choose. For the low sensers out there I'd make a model with the 3090 and specifically for the high sensers that are using hard mouse pads I'd make a model with the Philips Twin-Eye, as there is no real alternative right now and the 3090 is a little too jittery at higher DPI counts. A second sensor to detect lift off would be a good idea in that case, although adding something like a single-eye model of the twin-eye with the same resolution would be the most perfect, as you could detect the z-axis separately and remove the z-axis motion from the output of the twin-eye sensor. This would not only eliminate the z-axis problems altogether but also giving you real control off the lift-off distance. Or maybe Philips releases a Triple-Eye sensor finally that does this in a single package.

Finish:
Rubber finish and maybe even putting some real rubber on the sides, although this would depend on whether it lasts long enough and doesn't affect weight all too much.

Switches:
Omron Japan... all in on this! thumb.gif

Scroll wheel:
Either Alps encoder or something optical, depending on which works best in tests.

Cable:
non-braided but of very flexible and robust rubber.

Sidebuttons:
2 and only on the left side and on the larger model. (A completely ambidextrous model would be another option)
Edited by MONVMENTVM - 1/23/12 at 1:56pm
post #5 of 31
Thread Starter 
danm you realy know what you want in a mouse thumb.gif
post #6 of 31
9999 DPI.
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post #7 of 31
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Originally Posted by Mkilbride View Post

9999 DPI.

lol you're sooo yesterday. Sensei already has 11400 CPI. They're fake... still counts! biggrin.giftongue.gif
post #8 of 31
Logitech G1 shape, sides/top textured like Kinzu

2.5m/s+ perfect control @ 400, 800, 1600 DPI

2-3mm liftoff

Thin rubber cable, Abyssus was fine

No side buttons

Large real teflon feet ( sized like steelseries/zowie )
post #9 of 31
There are actually two mice that would be perfect for me.

Mouse 1:

Xai with Deathadder sensor tongue.gif


Mouse 2:

Shape/Weight/Dimensions: IME 3.0 with two side buttons that aren't so crappy, DPI switch button below scroll wheel

Coating: Same as Xai all over

Scroll Wheel: The one found in the Sensei with RGB lighting

Sensor: Avago ADNS-3090 with prediction disabled, 1.2mm liftoff distance, centered on bottom

Switches: Omron Japan

Mouse Feet: Zowie EC1

Cable: Very soft and flexible braided cable

On board memory for DPI settings

1800 DPI and 1000hz polling rate default out of the box

DPI switch settings by default are 450, 800, and 1800

Price: $40 USD
Edited by Sriracha - 1/23/12 at 4:55pm
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post #10 of 31
Shape; Identical to the IME 3.0, Just upgraded materials, maybe two shells, one for bottom, one for top, as in no ridge between mouse 1 and 2, and the rest of the mouse. Must be as light as the IME 3.0 or lighter.

Coating; same really, theres nothing wrong with it, even after it fades after heavy as hell use.

Scroll wheel; Mechanical Scroll, or atleast one that feels like a Fixed ime 3.0 scroll, but without the bug (Also, same shape ofc.)

Sensor; One used in the Zowie AM, or 1800DPI DA, Since those are the only ones that has satisfactory performance regarding DPI, LoD and no jitter as to what i know.

Switches; Same ones used in the G400 or IME 3.0, In other words, Omrom

Feet, Slightly larger feet than used on the IME 3.0, Could be the same style as the EC1, Or just how the 3.0 is now, glides just fine for me.

Cable; Soft flexible, light cable, no need to be braided, always catches on to something for me, but it dosent matter if its braided or not, as long as its soft, flexible and light.

Sensor specs; Should do 2.5M/s or so with the same liftoff as the IME 3.0 or Zowie AM (theyre bout the same, 1.5, no?)

Drivers; NO DRIVERS PLEASE.

DPI switch could be used, somewhere under the mouse, like the DA for profile settings, for 250/500/1000Hz and 450/900/1150/xxxx DPI (450 and 900 are the important ones for me.)

Onboard memory to remember settings would be a plus, as no drivers, a system like the Zowie mice uses would be optimal.

Ah, a man can dream, cant he?
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