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post #11 of 34
Nice site, looking forward to more reviews that doesn't praise LED's like gods.
post #12 of 34
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Originally Posted by NuFon View Post

Nice site, looking forward to more reviews that doesn't praise LED's like gods.
LOL
post #13 of 34
Solid site and review, but they got thier general info quite lacking
post #14 of 34
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Nice site, looking forward to more reviews that doesn't praise LED's like gods.

Lol, I'll make a note of that! =)
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Originally Posted by avinin1 View Post

Solid site and review, but they got thier general info quite lacking

Hey, really appreciate the feedback! Would you mind sharing more specifically what you mean? I thought I hit all the major points but by all means you may be correct!
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Nice review. Love the big, high-resolution pictures!

Thanks crok! Just one thing I'm trying to do to help make the reviews a little better!
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I stumbled on it from another review site, but I thought the review style and the comparison thingy to be more than worth a mention in this forum. Great work !
MaX

Thanks Max. I know I've said it before but I'll say it again, it really means a lot and I'll do my best to continue. Unfortunately right now all I have to review is the Wacom Intous 5 and Gelid's Icy Vision, but I'm working on getting more hardware in. Being a new young site its tough to even get a response from media contacts, but I'll do my best!

Thank you everyone, its awesome to hear all this feedback. Also I wanted to note real quick, that I don't mind answering any questions you guys might have about any review. Even if you're interested in something specific, If I still have the product I can snap a couple extra photos or something for you - anything to help!

Best,
George Kuka
Founder of Enthusiast Reviews
Edited by EnthusiastR - 6/26/12 at 2:29pm
post #15 of 34
So you get these things sent to you and then you have to send them back? Always thought guys that got products before release date were allowed to keep them.
post #16 of 34
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Lol, fair enough. I'll make a note of that! =)
Hey, really appreciate the feedback! Would you mind sharing more specifically what you mean? I thought I hit all the major points but by all means you may be correct!
Thanks crok! Just one thing I'm trying to do to help make the reviews a little better!
Thanks Max. I know I've said it before but I'll say it again, it really means a lot and I'll do my best to continue. Unfortunately right now all I have to review is the Wacom Intous 5 and Gelid's Icy Vision, but I'm working on getting more hardware in. Being a new young site its tough to even get a response from media contacts, but I'll do my best!
Thank you everyone, its awesome to hear all this feedback. Also I wanted to note real quick, that I don't mind answering any questions you guys might have about any review. Even if you're interested in something specific, If I still have the product I can snap a couple extra photos or something for you - anything to help!
Best,
George Kuka
Founder of Enthusiast Reviews

Lo George,

Very nice site you got there.
If i were you i wouldn't be so worried about media (if you intend your site and of course your reviews to be known), because if you keep the good work, the word will be spread through gamers and it will reach companys, and they'll beg you to do a review on their products smile.gif (well if i misunderstood, i'm sorry, as my english is a little rusty..)
The comparision it's a very nice idea and it can give us, readers, a nice perpective of sizes.
I already had that mouse on sight, but since i read here on the forum (http://www.overclock.net/t/1260433/ozone-radon-opto), the tracking was kind of poor, i just forget about it, also most people didn't comment on the thread so... (i was considering buying opto or roccat savu... haven't decided yet...).
Also i hope in the future you'll be able to do some great review on most mices, and has Nufon said, just don't give much importance to Led's and those "tunning" things smile.gif

A personal opinion, since i'm a simple user, i think your review was very good and you focused on very important points (to average users\gamers) such LOD, prediction, sensor and performance and so on... but i'll leave more constructive opinions to people with more knowledge.

Keep up the good work thumb.gif
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post #17 of 34
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So you get these things sent to you and then you have to send them back? Always thought guys that got products before release date were allowed to keep them.

Sorry I wasn't clear. I do usually keep most things. but sometimes I do have to return them. If I still have it in house, then I'll be more then happy to take extra pics or answer questions anyone might have.
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Lo George,
Very nice site you got there.
If i were you i wouldn't be so worried about media (if you intend your site and of course your reviews to be known), because if you keep the good work, the word will be spread through gamers and it will reach companys, and they'll beg you to do a review on their products smile.gif (well if i misunderstood, i'm sorry, as my english is a little rusty..)
The comparision it's a very nice idea and it can give us, readers, a nice perpective of sizes.
I already had that mouse on sight, but since i read here on the forum (http://www.overclock.net/t/1260433/ozone-radon-opto), the tracking was kind of poor, i just forget about it, also most people didn't comment on the thread so... (i was considering buying opto or roccat savu... haven't decided yet...).
Also i hope in the future you'll be able to do some great review on most mices, and has Nufon said, just don't give much importance to Led's and those "tunning" things smile.gif
A personal opinion, since i'm a simple user, i think your review was very good and you focused on very important points (to average users\gamers) such LOD, prediction, sensor and performance and so on... but i'll leave more constructive opinions to people with more knowledge.
Keep up the good work thumb.gif

Hey Snakesoul, no worries, I understood you perfectly. Thank you for the feedback and that's the plan hopefully. Keep growing until I can add another writer or two and get some continuous reviews out. Regarding that post the user said he "heard" which isn't reliable and when I tested the mouse with Enotus, I was able to consistently get over 2.0+ m/s. I hope that helps, like I mentioned in the review I'm working on getting a better more consistent test platform.

Edit - Literally just ran a test. 1800DPI - 1000Hz in Enotus received a 2.42 m/s.

-George
Edited by EnthusiastR - 6/26/12 at 2:11pm
post #18 of 34
Look like a cheap factory OEM. =x

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Succesor to the 3080, the Avago 3090 optical sensor has become known amongst mice enthusiast as one of the best optical sensors on the market. It sheds the full angle snappings (prediction) from the Avago S3095 yet retains its excellent performance.

S3095 is Logitech's sensor marking. Nothing to do with angle snapping.
post #19 of 34
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Look like a cheap factory OEM. =x
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Succesor to the 3080, the Avago 3090 optical sensor has become known amongst mice enthusiast as one of the best optical sensors on the market. It sheds the full angle snappings (prediction) from the Avago S3095 yet retains its excellent performance.
S3095 is Logitech's sensor marking. Nothing to do with angle snapping.

To be honest, that's kind of what i thought after I checked out reviews of their first couple of mice. But if you look around their Ozone Strike keyboard is praised fairly well and this thing performed well .I can only report what I experience, so I'm not committing to saying they're flawless as a company. But the problems with their first mice never occurred with mine. No double clicks, tracking issues, or other sporadic behavior. Regarding the S3095, my mistake. Upon my original research I stumbled across a forum post, it may have been here that said all S3095 included prediction and I was under the impression that was separated it from the 3090. I'm fixing it right now! Thanks for the heads up.

Update : Fixed the article and gave credit for the fix. Thanks again Skylit.

-George
Edited by EnthusiastR - 6/26/12 at 2:43pm
post #20 of 34
I don't know why but the mouse sort of reminds me of the Valor, it almost looks like they share the same OEM?
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