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Originally Posted by MaximilianKohler View Post

My review.

Nice, thanks. thumb.gif

The FM is pleasantly light. My unit has also some quality issues: two spots on the bottom scratched the mousepad - additional mousefeet helped and the right mouse button is ~0.5-1 mm higher than the LMB. Due to the tention (it looks like the stick that activates the switch is 0.5-1 mm too long) the RMB is easier to activate and has less button travel. Apart of that, the shell feels solid and the shape workes for me with fingertip grip.

The mainbuttons react with a tiny bit delay, i can not confirm 100% (did not want to void gurarantee..). Atleast in comparison to g100s/g302.
However I have decided to sent my Finalmouse back. The reason for this is mainly sensor surface compatibility/price ratio, even though mousetester shows no problems (see below). Just like the Savu, the FM is very picky and tbh it worked good with only one pad (Razer Destructor). With the rest of the pads the FM feels like it does not track seamless.
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Cyborg GLIDE:

Goliathus alfa:

Icemat:

I would give the Finalmouse another try once the final version is released and it is available in Europe. wink.gif
Edited by Thunderbringer - 2/28/15 at 1:59pm
post #762 of 4666
Thunder those graphs are all perfect.

You hit the malfunction speed at 6m/s which is really really high.
    
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Thanks for sharing your review Kohler. Your honest opinions don't seem to be held back like other reviews seen on OCN recently.
post #764 of 4666
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You hit the malfunction speed at 6m/s which is really really high.

Not that i need it, ~4.2 m/s PCS is enough for me personally.
post #765 of 4666
What is the LOD?
Are the side buttons mouse 4 & 5 or bound to keyboard keys?
post #766 of 4666
Max, you are amazing. We are allowed to critique this mouse now?

Your observations are spot on with my own.
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Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to give a quick updated on something interesting we have been working on (learning about) with Pixart with their SROM and registrars for their active imaging system.

So as some may know the 3310 does its own calibration through its AIS. We designed the DPI cycles on the FM to recalibrate the AIS (which is a good thing). However there is one interesting thing we have found some users running into.

If you were to freshly plug in the mouse, or cycle to a new dpi settings while the mouse is *LIFTED *ON A DIFFERENT SURFACE *ON A SIGNIFICANTLY DIRTY/DIFFERENT COLORED PORTION OF THE MOUSEPAD the AIS will take this into account and you will find that the sensitivity (CPI) of the mouse feels slightly higher once you place it back on your normal surface. For the AIS to then return to its natural setting it will need to be recycled back on that dpi setting again to reset the AIS. Also this happens naturally after some minutes.

So for those people that think they are seeing a slight dpi increase during certain occurances, rest assured you arent crazy, its just the 3310 AIS doing its job. By following the above steps you can make sure to have the AIS recognize the correct surface and stay on it everytime.

With the 3310's AIS i Can not stress enough how important a consistent, clean, dark surface is! And remember that cycling through the DPI is the FM's way of reimaging the surface!

Happy Gaming and Kind Regards,
Jude
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Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to give a quick updated on something interesting we have been working on (learning about) with Pixart with their SROM and registrars for their active imaging system.

So as some may know the 3310 does its own calibration through its AIS. We designed the DPI cycles on the FM to recalibrate the AIS (which is a good thing). However there is one interesting thing we have found some users running into.

If you were to freshly plug in the mouse, or cycle to a new dpi settings while the mouse is *LIFTED *ON A DIFFERENT SURFACE *ON A SIGNIFICANTLY DIRTY/DIFFERENT COLORED PORTION OF THE MOUSEPAD the AIS will take this into account and you will find that the sensitivity (CPI) of the mouse feels slightly higher once you place it back on your normal surface. For the AIS to then return to its natural setting it will need to be recycled back on that dpi setting again to reset the AIS. Also this happens naturally after some minutes.

So for those people that think they are seeing a slight dpi increase during certain occurances, rest assured you arent crazy, its just the 3310 AIS doing its job. By following the above steps you can make sure to have the AIS recognize the correct surface and stay on it everytime.

With the 3310's AIS i Can not stress enough how important a consistent, clean, dark surface is! And remember that cycling through the DPI is the FM's way of reimaging the surface!

Happy Gaming and Kind Regards,
Jude

 

 

Thank you for the informative post. Will AIS affect Lift Off Distance as well?

 

Would the correct steps be to only change DPI when the surface the mouse is on the surface you are using. If you change DPI when not on that surface then you should cycle through the DPI steps to reset the AIS to your surface.

 

What does AIS stand for. Active Identification System?


Edited by Dreyka - 3/2/15 at 3:20pm
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Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude View Post

Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to give a quick updated on something interesting we have been working on (learning about) with Pixart with their SROM and registrars for their active imaging system.

So as some may know the 3310 does its own calibration through its AIS. We designed the DPI cycles on the FM to recalibrate the AIS (which is a good thing). However there is one interesting thing we have found some users running into.

If you were to freshly plug in the mouse, or cycle to a new dpi settings while the mouse is *LIFTED *ON A DIFFERENT SURFACE *ON A SIGNIFICANTLY DIRTY/DIFFERENT COLORED PORTION OF THE MOUSEPAD the AIS will take this into account and you will find that the sensitivity (CPI) of the mouse feels slightly higher once you place it back on your normal surface. For the AIS to then return to its natural setting it will need to be recycled back on that dpi setting again to reset the AIS. Also this happens naturally after some minutes.

So for those people that think they are seeing a slight dpi increase during certain occurances, rest assured you arent crazy, its just the 3310 AIS doing its job. By following the above steps you can make sure to have the AIS recognize the correct surface and stay on it everytime.

With the 3310's AIS i Can not stress enough how important a consistent, clean, dark surface is! And remember that cycling through the DPI is the FM's way of reimaging the surface!

Happy Gaming and Kind Regards,
Jude

Fantastic thank you! biggrin.gif
    
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can't wait for QC so I can try one frown.gif(
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