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post #171 of 840
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Originally Posted by Riou View Post

The Ouroboros is the smaller claw/fingertip version of this mouse then like Skylit believed.

Ouroboros looks like the $130+ wireless version of the Taipan if Razer holds true to their wireless trend, and $50+ extra is a lot to be just "the smaller claw/fingertip" version.

And to keep things in perspective, dimensionally speaking the Taipan is actually just a tad smaller overall (L/W/H) than the Copperhead/Diamondback. If the Taipan is too big for your grip, your options are going to be very limited.
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post #172 of 840
Wait... no On-Board-Memory? I hate this cheapskate solution Synapse 2.0.

Damnit I need that On-Board-Memory as I'm a linux user. On the other hand that Razer Starcraft mouse had no classical on-board-memory either and I still could make it save my DPI and light configuration. Hopefully it's working here too (guess that ARM MCU has some memory in it).
post #173 of 840
32kb flash.
post #174 of 840
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

32kb flash.

Thx... let's hope that Razer is using it to save at least the basic configuration settings on it.
post #175 of 840
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Originally Posted by MONVMENTVM View Post

Thx... let's hope that Razer is using it to save at least the basic configuration settings on it.

True and agree. Saving basic Settings is a must. You can even do it with the deathadder.
post #176 of 840
What did you mean by no onboard memory? The spectre should be running a common freescale variant with at least 8kb min.

As for profile saving, I don't see why there wouldn't be.
post #177 of 840
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Originally Posted by bojinglebells View Post

Ouroboros looks like the $130+ wireless version of the Taipan if Razer holds true to their wireless trend, and $50+ extra is a lot to be just "the smaller claw/fingertip" version.
And to keep things in perspective, dimensionally speaking the Taipan is actually just a tad smaller overall (L/W/H) than the Copperhead/Diamondback. If the Taipan is too big for your grip, your options are going to be very limited.

I was referring to the possible shared sensor between Taipan and Ouroboros. Edited post for factual correctness.

Actually Ouroboros is going to be a larger mouse than the Taipan. The Ouroborus looks to be 5.1 inches x 2.75 inches wide (+ thumb rest). Taipan is 4.88 inches x 2.48 inches.

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Edited by Riou - 6/28/12 at 5:26am
post #178 of 840
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What did you mean by no onboard memory? The spectre should be running a common freescale variant with at least 8kb min.
As for profile saving, I don't see why there wouldn't be.

Yeah I meant "used by razer for profile saving" than actual built in memory. The Spectre officially has no way to save settings on the mouse (and basically everyone says that too). But it does save DPI, lightning and iirc also button configuration for at least 1 profile.

I don't know about the Taipan but the reviewer stated that there's no on board memory just that Synapse 2.0 to save your settings. So although as you stated it does have built-in memory (actually necessary for things like firmware updating) the question is whether Razer actually utilizes it to save our settings. They could just as easily save their factory defaults on it and then never touch the internal memory ever again and just use that Synapse 2.0 for user settings. I sure hope that's not the case!
post #179 of 840
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Originally Posted by Riou View Post

I was referring to the possible shared sensor between Taipan and Ouroboros. Edited post for factual correctness.
Actually Ouroboros is going to be a larger mouse than the Taipan. The Ouroborus looks to be 5.1 inches x 2.75 inches wide (+ thumb rest). Taipan is 4.88 inches x 2.48 inches.
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keep in mind that lengthwise measurement starts after 20mm, so the mouse is just under 150-20mm or 130mm which puts it in line with the length of the Taipan

we also don't know just how adjustable the mouse is (if at all)
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post #180 of 840
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No Z-axis seeing as the main sensor is cmos based.
No, there's no dynamic DPI scaling here. Completely different sensor setup.

Looking good biggrin.gif ... so far xD
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