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post #341 of 1498
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Originally Posted by SteelseriesDave View Post

That info will come from official sources, not me smile.gif. It will be diffrent per regions.

Fair enough! Can you talk about dimensions at all? Still wondering if it's closer in size to a kinzu or kana.
post #342 of 1498
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Originally Posted by RDno1 View Post

Sounds great! Thanks for the information. Has anything been done to improve button latency? That appears to have been an issue with the Kinzus (which could be considered the predecessors of the Rival 100 based on shape and size): http://cdn.overclock.net/8/8e/8e56a60d_button_latency_testing_overall_150718.png Afaik, the Kinzu V3 is also somewhere upwards of 20 ms.

Sorry, I dont know about that specific issue i'm afraid. But Rival 100 is a brand new mouse, sure Kinzu can be seen as a predecessor but Rival 100 is a new developed product and it doesnt have any legacy with Kinzu other than similar price and and size segment.
I assume more info will come once editors gets their hands on it, which I hope will be soon.
post #343 of 1498
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Originally Posted by zeflow View Post

Fair enough! Can you talk about dimensions at all? Still wondering if it's closer in size to a kinzu or kana.

Its right-handed ergonomically shaped , I dont have the dimensions but IMO its closer to Kana I would say.
post #344 of 1498
Why does it seem like this guy has nothing to do with SteelSeries? Maybe it's the name he uses for the sensor, how he doesn't know the dimensions of the product, etc.
Edited by popups - 9/24/15 at 5:34pm
post #345 of 1498
Because he said
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Originally Posted by SteelseriesDave View Post

Its right-handed ergonomically shaped , I dont have the dimensions but IMO its closer to Kana I would say.

When it's right handed ambidextrous shaped.

Also, the dimensions are available on the reseller website.

Product weight - with cord (g) 120 g
Product weight - with cord (lbs) .264 lbs
Product width 76.05 mm
Product width 2.99 in
Product height 120.6 mm
Product height 4.75 in
Product depth 38.12 mm
Product depth 1.5 in

Their width is probably minus 10 cm
Edited by Nilizum - 9/24/15 at 5:11pm
post #346 of 1498
This guy totally works for Steelseries. Without a shred of doubt. There is no possible way he could not.
post #347 of 1498
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Originally Posted by SteelseriesDave View Post

The Rival 100 comes with a new SDNS-3059-SS custom sensor, built upon the 3050. We have optimized its performance based on the feedback we received from our pros and our global teams.
The SDNS-3059-SS is SteelSeries exclusive, we have worked with PixArt to fine tune the sensor for perfect tracking performance.

Lipstick on a pig.

Why not just spend $2 more and put a 3310 in it? Then you'd have a competitive mouse for fingertip and claw users.
post #348 of 1498
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optimized tracking performance
any details you could share beyond this?

iirc one of the issues with 3050 is jitter at higher resolutions.
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post #349 of 1498
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any details you could share beyond this?

iirc one of the issues with 3050 is jitter at higher resolutions.

Arrary: 19x19

Note: As the sensor resolution increases, slight performance degradation on certain surfaces may be observed.
For higher than 500 dpi setting, use 12-bit motion reporting to achieve the maximum speed.
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that's from the datasheet
i'm asking about difference between their supposed 3059 and the standard 3050
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