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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

I'll probably to it, but I don't expect them to have changed anything in terms of performance compared to the FK1.

Great, well of course not, but the mouse isn't only about the sensor right?
Edited by oxidized - 1/15/15 at 3:14am
post #42 of 2765
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Great, well of course not, but the mouse isn't only about the sensor right?

Yeah, sure wink.gif It's just the same shape just with the FK1 sensor. I'll treat it like a new mouse though. Already pre-ordered on Caseking.de.
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Is it true that the EC shell makes the huano switches easier to actuate? I have tried the original FK before but I could not get used to the way the buttons felt when playing Dota 2, however they didn't bother me as much when playing other games. If they are somewhat easier to actuate in that shell then I might actually consider getting one of these mice.
post #44 of 2765
Bought one from OCUK, Been waiting for this ever since my EVO CL failed (Fast flicks would cause the mouse to point me at the sky/ground etc.) and the second one I bought had the same issue with tracking during fast flicks. FK1 has served me well in the interim.
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post #45 of 2765
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Is it true that the EC shell makes the huano switches easier to actuate? I have tried the original FK before but I could not get used to the way the buttons felt when playing Dota 2, however they didn't bother me as much when playing other games. If they are somewhat easier to actuate in that shell then I might actually consider getting one of these mice.

Yes its true.

I own both FK1 and EC1 eVo CL.
post #46 of 2765
EC2 with an 800 and 1600 dpi setting. I thought I heard angels sing.


My favorite shape ever and now with steps that I prefer. I'll probably order 3-4.



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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

Going to get the EC2 version this time around, looks like the perfect size

Ino, knowing your tastes, being near 1:1 with mine, I'm pretty certain you will love the shape of the EC2.
Edited by boogdud - 1/15/15 at 6:02am
post #47 of 2765
Looks good, but that logo looks off, although it probably looks better in a normal picture/IRL. Is the shell the same as the previous version? Is there going to be a special or glossy edition? Refreshed CL edition maybe?
post #48 of 2765
to be honest i prefer the new logo over the old one, it just has more sense and i never liked the old logo
post #49 of 2765
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Originally Posted by the1onewolf View Post

Nice, but will the scroll wheel actually work?

Oh hey new logo also
Good stuff rolleyes.gif


I can't wait for another round of
+ Flaking coating
+ Button lag/click delay
+ Skipping Scroll wheel notches
to start 2015 off!

OR are they going to introduce new QC defects?
I can't wait!
Whoo!
Keep up the good work Zowie!


don't get why anyone would be excited over this announcement when this is so accurate. it will definitely have at least 2 out of 3 of these problems, possibly some new ones as well. please don't run and pre-order this garbage and instead let them fix this stuff.
post #50 of 2765
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don't get why anyone would be excited over this announcement when this is so accurate. it will definitely have at least 2 out of 3 of these problems, possibly some new ones as well. please don't run and pre-order this garbage and instead let them fix this stuff.

I reckon your nickname is very appropriate biggrin.gif
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