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post #11 of 908
Did you just email them and asked for international shipping?
How is the build quality, fit and finish compared to an actual sensei/sensei raw? Don't want to be disappointed like I was with my newmen GX-1 pro rolleyes.gif
Edited by j0hn - 2/14/16 at 5:10pm
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Thanks for the review. But the site says it's 1200 CPI not 1600. http://dreammachines.pl/pro_mouse.php
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post #13 of 908
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Originally Posted by acid_reptile View Post

Thanks for the review. But the site says it's 1200 CPI not 1600. http://dreammachines.pl/pro_mouse.php

It actually says both, first 1600/3200 in the text then 1200/3600 at the bottom.
post #14 of 908
Wait... Does this mouse use a finalmouse pcb? I mean just curious.


http://www.test-gear.pl/testy-i-recenzje/myszki/dream-machines-dm1-pro-i-dm2-comfy/
post #15 of 908
Wonder if it has the extra smoothing all current FM mice have.
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Wonder if it has the extra smoothing all current FM mice have.

It might not, seeing as how it has a 5000CPI step it must have a different firmware.
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It has different firmware. Also uses 1000 hz polling rate.

Concerning sensor tracking delay I am unsure if there really is any way to really measure it.
If you guys can link me a tut or tell me I can do that.


From subjective feeling I would say there is no smoothing or delay, I barely can notice it on the Finalmouse 2015 either. So don't take this as a fact.


Regarding build quality:

It overall is really ok. They applied a matte rubber finish all over the mouse, which is as I already mentioned comparable to mionix mice finish. As some ppl dont like it I wont guarantee you that you will enjoy it, I personally do.

The overall quality is good, although there are minor flaws -> mouse wheel too hard to press, little design fails, all mentioned in the OP.

Unfortunately I cannot make a 1:1 comparison to a sensei, cause I do not own one myself. Just tested the sensei and returned it due to its poor sensor.

CPI steps:
In deed there are differnt informations about that step. lol. I will measure it when I am at home. Curious why you would even care about such a high cpi step.

Availability: i originally ordered via their Homepage. The Form did not work due to some problems with my mail address. After all the purchase was finished directly with their support. Support guy was really cooperative and fast.
Edited by unplayed namer - 2/15/16 at 3:28am
post #18 of 908
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CPI steps:
In deed there are differnt informations about that step. lol. I will measure it when I am at home. Curious why you would even care about such a high cpi step.

I don't care about the higher CPI steps, but i feel like the 1600 step on my FK1 is slightly too high, and the 800 CPI step slightly to low, for my sensitivity. So i would make difference for me if 1200 or 1600.
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post #19 of 908
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Sensei shaped
126*68*39
89g
3310
Normal clicks (latency and stiffness)


Am I dreaming?
If it had a 3360 it would be perfect

this
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the third step was 1578 cpi at my unit, so 1600 cpi is the correct value for the 3rd cpi step.
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