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Robowmo - DIY Shell

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
Hey guys,
I have always wondered how much smaller the small mice could be. I use fingertip/claw. Kinzu is the smallest mouse that i own. My goals were: small size, very basic design and lightweight - but not at cost of a weak construction.

Specs:
- Ms WheelmouseOptical (m1/2/3 and mwheel up/down)
- 86 x 49 x 26 mm
- 59 gramm
Robowmo (Click to show)
inside

wmo vs robowmo

robowmo - ss kinzu - ss xai - ms ie3.0

Solo

Initial tests/use were impossible because the right rear corner began to stab my palm. The solution was that transparent plastic piece.
The additional transp. piece of plastic (that was not planned actually) allows comfortable usage. Although it would not hurt little fine tuning.

Conclusion: The try was worth it.

Btw: other would result in ~ this:
- Savu 75 x 58 x 23 mm (w/o back Light pcb)
- Z. AM 75 x 47 x 27 mm
- g500 59 x 53 x 36 mm <- tongue.gif

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Edited by Thunderbringer - 3/25/13 at 7:49am
post #2 of 5
lol you should have named it the little black box.

Do you really use it now over youre other mice?
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
After a couple FFA rounds i do consider staying with it. Im curious how it works in the long term. So far no aches. biggrin.gif
post #4 of 5
whatever floats your boat i guess

that thing looks like it would float pretty well.
post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

whatever floats your boat i guess

that thing looks like it would float pretty well.

As it turns out, problems occur while gaming mainly when lifting/reposition. I guess it would take time to get used to it (lifting/reposition). But office/surfing only i would recommend it! It feels bigger than it acutally is. Damn, that was a short adventure! redface.gif
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