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post #81 of 1263
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I don't think we have reason to worry about the weight. I mean the "higher" end Avior with all the bells and whistles was 100 g without cord. If this is smaller and has less buttons, then it will be 95g or less for sure.

My guess is the weight would be somewhere inbetween the avior and the naos, since the mouse basically looks like a combo of both. But it's just a guess at this point.
post #82 of 1263
Definitely interested pending further details. The Mionix guy talked about having to make compromises to meet price point but not sure what those compromises will be.
post #83 of 1263
The issue is that they could have chosen to go for A9800 sensors like their 8200 line up, not sure if it is a cheaper sensor then the 3310, but i don't see what else they could have gimped on considering the caster looks to use similar materials to avior,naos, and maintains the arm processor.
post #84 of 1263
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Definitely interested pending further details. The Mionix guy talked about having to make compromises to meet price point but not sure what those compromises will be.
I have been told previously that for this mouse, whatever sensor they use, they will NOT compromise on sensor performance if it isn't up to their standards. That's all I know and all I can say.
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post #85 of 1263
i am not the most hopeful about it. Looks like it is designed to have your pinky on the side similar to the naos, just smaller

post #86 of 1263
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I have been told previously that for this mouse, whatever sensor they use, they will NOT compromise on sensor performance if it isn't up to their standards. That's all I know and all I can say.



Youuuuuuuuuuuuu! You know somethin!
post #87 of 1263
This is looking really interesting smile.gif
My main gripe about the Naos is I'm finding it hard to pick up and move. I play FPS with pretty low sens.

Will probably get this on release, assuming it has a 3310 sensor.
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post #88 of 1263
As long as the Caster uses the 3310 sensor, has the same soft-touch coating and build quality we've come to expect from Mionix, I will definitely be picking this mouse up.
Edited by H3iman - 8/30/14 at 11:31pm
post #89 of 1263
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As long as the Caster uses the 3310 sensor, has the same soft-touch coating and build quality we've come to expect from Mionix, I will definitely be picking this mouse up.

This!

And hopefully they can "fix" the issues of strange sounding left or right click.
Is this issue because the button shell touches the bottom shell on one mouse button which causes the "tock" sound people described here?
post #90 of 1263
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I really hope they make the right side ring and pinky rests longer, or at least further forward. The ones on the Naos are way too far back for my palm grip.
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