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Dream Machines DM1 PRO and DM2 COMFY, sensei shape variation oem

post #1 of 61
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New mouses, one Sensei shape oem, second Qpad 5k, Mionix Naos oem.
http://dreammachines.pl/pro_mouse.php
http://dreammachines.pl/comfy_mouse.php
http://www.test-gear.pl/testy-i-recenzje/myszki/dream-machines-dm1-pro-i-dm2-comfy/

Polish language, u need to translate.
I don't know anything about avability.



Dm1 dimensions
125 x 68 x 39mm

Weight
88g without cable

Sensor
Pixart PMW3310DH

Main switches
Omron D2FC-F-7N (20M)

Side buttons
Tactile Switch MWK (3M)

Dpi button
Tactile Switch (1M)

Scroll
24steps TTC (5M)

Scroll button
TTC

Dpi steps:
400, 800, 1600, 3200, 5000

Polling rate: 1000hz

Price in Poland ~ €50, 56$
Edited by pr0l4nd - 2/6/16 at 1:05pm
post #2 of 61
Generic as it comes...BUT. They are always targets for this type of mouse.

Same pcb that finalmouse tournament uses, cheaper(for euros possibly), no tumblr, no Ashkon, no Feenix, 1000hz ETC ETC

\o/

ib4 this is just another part of Askon's master plan.
post #3 of 61
DM1 looks like a properly-priced Finalmouse, very interesting. Would be great to see a direct comparison between the two.
post #4 of 61

I'm assuming no software support to change LOD and CPI steps.

post #5 of 61
If you can survive the QC dice roll, I guess the DM1 looks decent at least
post #6 of 61
The DM1 sensor position is pretty ideal. Shape is great for those who like senseis
post #7 of 61
Someone buy this, review it, tell me it's good and give me a link to buy asap! tongue.gif
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post #8 of 61
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I'm assuming no software support to change LOD and CPI steps.
They said, they mind about LOD firmwares, it will come soon probably.
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Someone buy this, review it, tell me it's good and give me a link to buy asap! tongue.gif
There's an exact review of the mouse on test-gear.pl site (they spend about few weeks testing each product). Of course there's a language barrier, but at least you can check pics with jitter, maxspeed and lod tests, or compare the final scores to the other mice they've tested.
They claim, sensor calibration is comparable with zowie mice, low button lag (KeyResponseTime test: http://www.test-gear.pl/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/szybkosc-kliku-myszek.jpg ), the most expensive mouse skates that producent had (0.6 mm thickness), similar rubber coating to the mionix mice, light, 3mm thick cable.
post #9 of 61
Not that bad on first look. May have to pick up a DM1 to fully test ambi shapes.
post #10 of 61
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Originally Posted by drewno View Post


They said, they mind about LOD firmwares, it will come soon probably.
There's an exact review of the mouse on test-gear.pl site (they spend about few weeks testing each product). Of course there's a language barrier, but at least you can check pics with jitter, maxspeed and lod tests, or compare the final scores to the other mice they've tested.
They claim, sensor calibration is comparable with zowie mice, low button lag (KeyResponseTime test: http://www.test-gear.pl/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/szybkosc-kliku-myszek.jpg ), the most expensive mouse skates that producent had (0.6 mm thickness), similar rubber coating to the mionix mice, light, 3mm thick cable.

 

So no ability to change CPI steps in 50 CPI increments then.

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