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post #111 of 908
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Thanks a lot! I am indeed from the USA, I'll be waiting for your reply on whether or not PayPal will be made an option in the future. thumb.gif

Alya and others who were asking,
USA site now accepts PayPal and they are doing free shipping for the month of February inside USA. If there is anything else let me know. The mice arrive to our partner either Friday/Monday and they will start shipping right away.
post #112 of 908
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Can you disable the LEDs?

Currently, we cannot disable LED. We are proud of our logo smile.gif.
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lol
post #114 of 908
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Currently, we cannot disable LED. We are proud of our logo smile.gif.

 

If you can't turn off the LEDs do not include them at all.

post #115 of 908
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ye I modified my G 502. It is lighter than a Finalmouse Ergo. Thumb rest away and allright now. ( no side buttons, no mouse wheel, but hey). Nontheless I will keep that DM 1 PRO cause it odders everything one would want for comfort with a great shape and still viable hardware in it.
post #116 of 908
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If you can't turn off the LEDs do not include them at all.

FinalMouse could have done great things with the Scream1, but nope.
post #117 of 908
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

Zowie's scroll wheel isn't some cheap TTC encoder. They use Huano swtiches, but at least those don't die as much as Chinese made Omrons. Their cable has copper stranded shielding and an acceptable amount of thickness for their jacket so it doesn't require nylon braid.

Look at the side buttons of the MotoSpeed products. Look at the quality of their coating work on FinalMouse products. Look at their mold design. Look at their firmware. Look at the amount of RMAs that have occurred with FinalMouse products.

Zowie offers more functionality and durability than those MotoSpeed products. If you think Zowie is "overpriced like hell" than FinalMouse and Dream Machines is worse. I agree that Zowie mice are overpriced products in 2016, they are more like a $50 mouse than a $60-65, which means the FinalMouse and Dream Machines mouse is more like a $30-40 product.

By the way, the newer Zowie mice use the ~71g Huano blue switches. They should be very similar to the typical 75g Omron switches. Omron switches will feel stiffer in a FK shell, that is due to the shell design. The 20m Omron switches are said to be stiffer than the lower rated switches.

Throwing dm1 pro and FM2015 into one bag just because of the same manufacturer doesnt seem like a reliable way to compare it with zowie. They had a lot of time to improve, simply take a look at what zowie have been before they released EC-a, ZA and improved FK buttons (stiffness and input lag) last year. They offered a lower quality shells, much worse sensors (in case of EC/AM series) and horrible buttons in higher price than DM.
post #118 of 908
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FinalMouse could have done great things with the Scream1, but nope.

 

The Scream One colors are bad. They want to move to US manufacturing and a production process. They are also going for international distribution and developing their own firmware for a new high demand sensor that nobody else on the market has. Even then they still don't listen to feedback about removing/turning off the LEDs. I'm expecting the mouse to be delayed a long time.


Edited by Dreyka - 2/17/16 at 10:38am
post #119 of 908
Ordered one of these, I'll also do a short review once I receive mine.

I always loved the Xai/Sensei shape and I've been using G303 for around 8 months now and I've largely been satisfied with it but I still remember how much more I preferred the shape of the Sensei RAW I had befored this mouse.

The tracking getting bugged by specks of dust and such are what drove me to change mouse originally.
post #120 of 908
PayPal ordering now works on the US website for anyone interested! Picked up my copy of the DM1. thumb.gif
    
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