Originally Posted by popups
A few simple changes to the FK shape would only improve it. Like changing the angle of the area that contacts your palm, raising the front a little, reducing the slant of the sides...
I don't see any reasons why Zowie would make a 3360 mouse. Making a 3360 mouse when there is still a 3310 doesn't fit their business strategy.
Personally the fk 2 is my bae along with the am i LOVE the stiff clicks and the shape of the am is just right for me and the fk 2 is fine to just different in a good way. With benq funds backing zowie they will make a 3360 at SOME POINT could be 2 years who knows.
Originally Posted by Arizonian
No there are a few of us. I've come to prefer huanos.
Though switches aren't as important priority as shape of shell to me so I wouldn't mind going back to Omrons if a mouse came along where I liked the shape. Savu with updated 3360 sensor would be an insta buy for me.
Huanos are bae huanos are life huanos are EZ headshots. end of poem
Originally Posted by LegoFarmer
Let's be honest... They probably make a lot of profit per unit. If they set up their website with a UI where you choose a shape, then pick your cable type or switch type, LED option etc, it would look pretty professional and would attract a lot of people.
If they set up a customs shop like fm where you could pick shape switches sensor buttons and everything it would be slick. An interesting idea is that you could work with a designer who could send you shells with different coating send you switches and lots of stuff to test out before you decide. Of course there would be an extra charge, i mean they already make 40$ of each mouse anyway....