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To answer your questions about international shipping and ordering. We can offer this to all of EU for the same price. We worked out a new contract with DHL. For America we will have a US store partner by next possible. Hope this helps. Let us know if you have any more questions.
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To answer your questions about international shipping and ordering. We can offer this to all of EU for the same price. We worked out a new contract with DHL. For America we will have a US store partner by next possible. Hope this helps. Let us know if you have any more questions.

 

Software to adjust Lift Off Distance, adjust CPI in 50 CPI increments and turn off the LEDs? If yes then I'm buying this.

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We wanted to hit this price point, so we decided to avoid adding software. We wanted our first mouse to just work for most people. It was a compromise that we think was the right decision. We are always listening though to take suggestions for the future.
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We wanted to hit this price point, so we decided to avoid adding software. We wanted our first mouse to just work for most people. It was a compromise that we think was the right decision. We are always listening though to take suggestions for the future.

You're using the same MCU as Finalmouse if I remember correctly, do you by chance use the same firmware which adds the 2ms of smoothing? If so, you could work on that in the future. thumb.gif so far your mouse looks great though guys, really impressed for your first product. Can't wait for international shipping if it ever comes.
    
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We wanted to hit this price point, so we decided to avoid adding software. We wanted our first mouse to just work for most people. It was a compromise that we think was the right decision. We are always listening though to take suggestions for the future.


That's a real shame considering I wanted to use this mouse in more than just FPS games and being able to adjust CPI in 50 CPI increments is important for Dota/Starcraft 2.

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Yeah, same sensor. We specifically requested no smoothing, hope someone can confirm from a user who bought already. From our experts they felt this was the best solution to start with. We do not have acceleration, prediction, and do not interpolate either. This was all done to our specification. We sat over 6 months working on this with experts to come out with the best possible first product. Of course, there are things we will change in the future, but we are happy with the results and really believe in this mouse. Which country are you looking at for shipping?
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Yeah, same sensor. We specifically requested no smoothing, hope someone can confirm from a user who bought already. From our experts they felt this was the best solution to start with. We do not have acceleration, prediction, and do not interpolate either. This was all done to our specification. We sat over 6 months working on this with experts to come out with the best possible first product. Of course, there are things we will change in the future, but we are happy with the results and really believe in this mouse. Which country are you looking at for shipping?

 

All sensors have speed-related accuracy variance so there are no true "zero acceleration" mice. Having angle-snapping turned off is expected now. If the CPI is 5000 maximum (PMW-3310 spec sheet) then you aren't interpolating either though modern sensors just subdivide pixels more to reach higher CPI rather than interpolating on the MCU. Either way it doesn't matter if it doesn't affect the CPI steps people actually use. Plenty of others doing this and I consider it the lesser of evils if it means avoiding an A9800 sensor being used.

 

Still the mouse is great shape and I seriously hope you reconsider the "no software" stance because it sucks sensor functionality isn't available to the user. People play more than FPS games and you've got a shape that people have been wanting for years. Also if you're going to put LEDs in a mouse it should be possible to turn them off. I'd pay a higher price for a variant with software if needed. Market one as an "Pure FPS mouse" and another as a MOBA mouse or something.


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Which country are you looking at for shipping?

I'm currently living in North America, specifically the USA. Are you guys thinking of putting your mice on bigger retailers like Amazon or Newegg?
    
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Here we go again.
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Alya, yeah, should be next week. Sorry a word got cut out on my earlier post. Anyway, I am discussing our exact possibility who will be the partner. There are some paperwork to get through. Keep watch on our facebook as we will put an update there very soon.
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