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post #181 of 345
Yeah the lift off distance is a bit higher than I prefer. Here's my short and sweet and to the point analysis:

PROS - great shape, side buttons are nice in comparison to the ergo, nice scroll wheel, good feeling clicks, light weight (even though it isn't 76 grams), tracking is nice

CONS - mouse 1 and 2 make a slight little rattle noise when fingers are picked up and readjusted (probably because the mouse is so hollow feeling), scroll wheel is a bit stiff to depress, ultra bright leds, led shines through the side buttons, cable is stiff and can cause drag on mat, LOD a bit high for my personal taste

Overall I feel it an improvement to the ergo in build standards. I like that the main buttons arent too easy to click but not too hard either, and they're crisp. And the shape is my favorite part about the mouse for sure. Still like my fk1 better but then again I've only had this mouse and used it a bit since Tuesday and I plan on using it for a fair 2 weeks before final judgement. I'm certain it will stay as a worthy unit in my growing collection.
post #182 of 345
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What is the default DPI of the mouses 2 settings?
post #183 of 345
Will this mouse ever get a new optional firmware with 1000Hz or is it forever stuck at 500Hz like the old ergo?
post #184 of 345
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Will this mouse ever get a new optional firmware with 1000Hz or is it forever stuck at 500Hz like the old ergo?

They won't release a 1000Hz, no MCU filtering, firmware for the 3310 mice. Only the Scream versions will have 1000Hz and no MCU filtering.
post #185 of 345
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Will this mouse ever get a new optional firmware with 1000Hz or is it forever stuck at 500Hz like the old ergo?

So this is yet another mouse that cost like $70 dollars without software or ability to change settings trough a software or even lights, not even the ability to change your own mice Hz?
post #186 of 345
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Originally Posted by daunow View Post

So this is yet another mouse that cost like $70 dollars without software or ability to change settings trough a software or even lights, not even the ability to change your own mice Hz?

Yup.
post #187 of 345
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

They won't release a 1000Hz, no MCU filtering, firmware for the 3310 mice.

Has Finalmouse explained why? Reverting to the stock configuration wouldn't be hard for those who choose to do so for that:
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"secret sauce"
post #188 of 345
I wonder if scream will be playing with a Scream1 prototype this LAN tomorrow
post #189 of 345
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I wonder if scream will be playing with a Scream1 prototype this LAN tomorrow

Afaik it's supposed to be released in a couple of weeks, so most likely he will use it and it's not a prototype anymore.
post #190 of 345
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Originally Posted by hasukka View Post

Afaik it's supposed to be released in a couple of weeks, so most likely he will use it and it's not a prototype anymore.

I HIGHLY doubt that given the fact the tournament pro was released a month after expected. My guess is the S1 won't be available until late April, early May.
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