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Originally Posted by paers
Not releasing software despite having onboard memory on the mouse would be even worse decisionmaking imo.
I'm probably in the minority here but overall, I agree with the design choices. Even the sensor position. But I never use mice at 1000hz, for a good reason. Seriously considering returning this thing.
A lot of mistakes were made. I hope that CM has learnt to get feedback on a design in the future before going to mass production and I certainly hope they don't start treating the first releases as "beta versions" while they get feedback to make an improved version. Europe is not a beta tester for America.
My hands are very dry and I'm having trouble gripping the coating on the Alcor A3090 but if I breathe on my hand a few times the coating becomes sticky. This creates a problem the stickiness of the coating is inconsistent as part of my hand dry when using the mouse. Glossy mice are easier for me to grip.
I'm finding myself using a fingertip grip more than a palm grip because I just can't get the Alcor to stick to my palm consistently and I can't lift the mouse properly otherwise. If you get the right amount of roughness then it won't be uncomfortable but will be much easier to grip. Every rubber grip I've used on a mouse is grippy when dry but becomes slippery when wet.
Has anyone experimented with rough coatings because a rough coating may make it sticky with dry and sweaty hands. This is why I don't palm grip mice because I can never get a consistent grip as my hands change from dry to sweaty to dry.Edited by Dreyka - 3/12/14 at 6:52am