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Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude View Post

I still don't know what's taking so long frown.gif

There are several teams/players who also need tournament pros and have been waiting patiently for quite some time.

I'm quite irritated at this point as well.

Still no updates from my end. We actually need a bunch of these for an event this week as well so.... Yea... I think frustration is well deserved right now.

I'm not surprised.
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

He said the Scream1 is still in development. 1-2 months is idealistic. Don't be surprised when if it turns out to be 6 months or longer.

Look like the different sensor variants won't really change the "to market" timeline much if at all. It was expected.
post #82 of 345
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Originally Posted by falcon26 View Post

The tournament pro is supposed to be smaller than the normal final mouse correct?
pick up a sensei or a xai: exactly the same size of FM Tournament Pro
post #83 of 345
Thread Starter 
If you can find one....
post #84 of 345
Finalmouse ambi is now available (taken from the other thread). only US customers tho I believe.
post #85 of 345
It appears due to order demand Amazon has put up that order buffer again...

And to those asking : yes the tournament pro had same sensor implantation (3310) as the classic ergo.

However the entire shell and construction is different.

Dimensions are:
126mm L - 68mm W - and 39mm H

Bit heavier than classic

Prewiring/assembly weight: ~76-78 grams
Wet weight on scale around 84-87g depending on how the cable is held up.

Same 2x2 Teflon configuration as classic. Same mousewheel encoder/switches, though everything feels different due to it being a different shell.

I'd say the left and right clicks are a bit more crisp and require a tad more actuation force.

Eager to here everyone's opinions and gather input so we can keep continuing to improve. One thing I personally want to see updated in future tournament pro and s1 iterations is maybe making the side button switches require more force. Not sure I'm a fan of the current ones but we'll see what the community thinks.

So far our pros that have helped test it have been really liking it ! smile.gif
post #86 of 345
just bought one

US only atm, can't ship to canada.

mad hype
post #87 of 345
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Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude View Post

Eager to here everyone's opinions and gather input so we can keep continuing to improve.

Why don't you sell this everywhere instead of only the United States wave2.gif ?
post #88 of 345
btw jude ignore the people who are impatient, like me. it's up now on amazon, stuff happens and things can get delayed. i doubt anyone actually bought another mouse because they were impatient (if they did they couldn't have really considered the mouse that much). I'm really looking forward to mine
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Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

Why don't you sell this everywhere instead of only the United States wave2.gif ?

google "usa package forwarding" and find something that works for you. sucks but not much else you can do.

they sell internationally but not the new one yet. it just got released for usa, the rest of the world would take some more time (like on amazon uk)
Edited by wmoftw - 1/28/16 at 9:02pm
post #89 of 345
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Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude View Post

I'd say the left and right clicks are a bit more crisp and require a tad more actuation force.

Eager to here everyone's opinions and gather input so we can keep continuing to improve. One thing I personally want to see updated in future tournament pro and s1 iterations is maybe making the side button switches require more force. Not sure I'm a fan of the current ones but we'll see what the community thinks.

I don't like stiff side buttons. I use the side buttons for quick weapon switching and reloading.

When AWPing it's mouse2, mouse1, then mouse4. That's a simple "roll" of the fingers without changing my grip. The more debounce, and stiffer the side buttons, the slower this technique will be.
post #90 of 345
I've been dying for this mouse. Logitech G303 has been TERRIBLE for me shape-wise. Glad it's for sale smile.gifthumb.gif
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