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post #191 of 477
Yea, I agree his Rival video was pretty useless. At least he had some more useful content in the Ducky video, but the 'lip smacking' after every 2-3 sentences annoyed me. mad.gif
post #192 of 477
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Originally Posted by dakuzo View Post

Yea, I agree his Rival video was pretty useless. At least he had some more useful content in the Ducky video, but the 'lip smacking' after every 2-3 sentences annoyed me. mad.gif

I'm on my 3rd shower and I still feel dirty after that ear rape video
post #193 of 477
The only thing i like about the mouse is the fact that you can open it without destroying the mouse feet.
Mechanically it looks the same as most mice, certainly not very good for the price you pay.
post #194 of 477
Based off that review vid... sensor position too low puke.gif
post #195 of 477
still interested!
very curious to a few more reviews.

btw, the guy from the posted review says "no gimmicks", but i will always consider RGB lighting like that a straight-up, hardcore gimmick.
for keyboards, i can understand that back-lighting might come in handy. but for a mouse..? No.

nevertheless, i'm curious to see some reviews of people whose main concern is the sensor!
post #196 of 477
what's interesting is he said that he felt the mouse was too light and he needed to put in the extra weight to be comfortable

so i guess we can expect something less than 100g without the weight
post #197 of 477
That's like saying your car is too fast.
post #198 of 477
http://iqmore.tw/ducky-secret-optical-gaming-mouse-review/2

Was kinda hoping for some more unique internals for some reason but oh well...
post #199 of 477
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

http://iqmore.tw/ducky-secret-optical-gaming-mouse-review/2

Was kinda hoping for some more unique internals for some reason but oh well...

So the dimensions are 122x68.5x38mm with a base weight of 120g (you can add a 6g and/or 11g weight). I'd be surprised if that was the weight with cable, so I guess those of us who don't like heavy mice should look elsewhere. Unless that actually does include the cable in which case that's a fairly light mouse.

Also interesting that it uses D2F-01F switches for M1/M2 and D2F-01 for the sides. Ducky made some nice design choices, but they also made some questionable ones like that sensor position seeming a bit low. Shame to see how much weight PBT adds though. We already knew it would add some weight, but it doesn't seem like a very big mouse and doesn't have excessive plastic inside like some logitech mice, but it weighs 120g anyway.
Edited by a_ak57 - 11/5/15 at 7:44pm
post #200 of 477
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Originally Posted by a_ak57 View Post

So the dimensions are 122x68.5x38mm with a base weight of 120g

Ducky themselves posted a vid saying its 124x69x40 just a week ago.

Sure it's as that guy describes?
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