Originally Posted by xXxMDjxXx
Thanks. I do not YET have a business, I am planing to open. thats why I posted the designs on this forum. Wanted to know what would you guys "enjoy", ofcoure the mouse looks "WOW" to 15y olds, and theyr'e all amazed by rediculouly high dpi. Buy I don't want to start with some bull**** mouse, thats why I was asking you guys for help, comments, notes etc.
I've, got a lot of connections in china, germany, holland, usa & swiss.
Yesterday I arranged a cheaper steel mold, that was extremely good news for me.
Realy, if you have any suggestions, comments (positive or negative) I realy apreciate it...
I wouldnt want to invest in something if a lot of poeple would think it's ****...
will look into sensor prices. which sensor would you recommend?(I'll find out what can be arranged and for how much)
Being honest, but I feel you're very blind with your whole endeavor.. Many of the gamers that post regularly in this section fall under a niche category.
You stated Razer was the biggest scam ever, but I can't see you bringing out a comparable engineered product with the limited market/hw knowledge you currently posses. Even external projects such as BST's Ninox Aurora (ESR community project) have fell short with actual engineering capability (time) and even source a couple weaker components vs mainstream designs.
Free info to what makes a specific gaming mouse semi-successful on a few forums, but a far cry from understanding retail as a whole.
The designs you posted are strikingly similar to a few popular ODM solutions currently available. Something that may mainly appeal to a very young teenager. Mixing niche + such design as an entrance mouse is like committing business suicide imho; especially if you have to rely on select outlets for promotion.
A sensor is one thing, but that alone means little if FW is poorly designed. GLEdited by Skylit - 10/23/13 at 6:11pm