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Did you even read previous posts? Its sensei OEM which means every dimension is the same, there's no point to compare dm1 and sensei...

Well technically it's a sensei shape from a different factory. It's still not from one of the two factories Steelseries used for the Sensei A9800 and the Sensei A9500.
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Not a problem. From the few minutes I've played around with the mouse. I truly hope DreamMachine continues to build off the DM1 mold. It's amazing so far.

Yeah, a refreshed model with the 3360 would be amazing.
I love the Sensei, and having it with a good sensor is just great, so it's a victory already.
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Did you even read previous posts? Its sensei OEM which means every dimension is the same, there's no point to compare dm1 and sensei...

Uh?
Yes, I did read the thread. And no, it's not from the same OEM that makes the Sensei. It's literally a chinese company that copied the Sensei shape and changed just a few things.
And yes, there is a point to compare the DM1 with the Sensei. Their goal was to make a mouse as close to the Sensei as possible, and it seems like they succeeded...
post #283 of 908
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Well technically it's a sensei shape from a different factory. It's still not from one of the two factories Steelseries used for the Sensei A9800 and the Sensei A9500.

Hoping it comes from the factory that made the original XAI thinking.gif .

Couldn't care less for the foul Sensai and Raw editions at all, very cheap and nasty almost merging into "Razer-like" quality and that is where no self respecting Corporation wants to be.
post #284 of 908
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Hoping it comes from the factory that made the original XAI thinking.gif .

Couldn't care less for the foul Sensai and Raw editions at all, very cheap and nasty almost merging into "Razer-like" quality and that is where no self respecting Corporation wants to be.

I don't think SteelSeries and "self respecting corporation" really go well together.
    
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Did you even read previous posts? Its sensei OEM which means every dimension is the same, there's no point to compare dm1 and sensei...

I wish he didn't mention it. Now for some reason i rechecked b0z0s very last picture and i noticed the unclickable space between the buttons (around the mousewheel) is much bigger than on the sensei. The same (and unfortunately not the only) complain i had with the ninox aurora, when comparing it to the mx300/ g1 shape.

It was possible for me to adapt to it though. So let's just see.
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I wish he didn't mention it. Now for some reason i rechecked b0z0s very last picture and i noticed the unclickable space between the buttons (around the mousewheel) is much bigger than on the sensei. The same (and unfortunately not the only) complain i had with the ninox aurora, when comparing it to the mx300/ g1 shape.

It was possible for me to adapt to it though. So let's just see.

I havent had an issue yet. Feels identical to the sensei. Mouse clicks feel better then the sensei raw
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After reading all the positive reviews of the mouse, I'm going to order one next week.
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I havent had an issue yet. Feels identical to the sensei. Mouse clicks feel better then the sensei raw

Obviously this isn't an issue for people who tent to hold it more to the front. On my xai the *used* looking spot on the left mousebutton is almost on the edge next to the mouse3 plastic part.
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post #289 of 908
This mouse doesn't have an arch similar to a rival does it? That made the rival super uncomfortable.. never used a sensei though. I used an xai once at a random lan in 2010 but don't recall how the shape felt :d

Looks interesting, and since I believe I'm now a mouse addict I just love trying them all lol
post #290 of 908
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After reading all the positive reviews of the mouse, I'm going to order one next week.

Already have on Mwave cheers.gif .

Now the waiting begins, nothing worse than that especially when you hand over the money and expect instant delivery (where here in Convict Town, hence waiting is the normal pass time or until your sentence ends).
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