So i gave this mouse 3 days before i did a review.
First i want to say i have the same impression like some others on OCN. This mouse is a step in the right direction. It needs improvements, but it's almost there.
Feels quality. Just like on the steelseries XAI. Although i would prefer all glossy.+liftoff
Not too high not too low. I'm actually using the highest lift off setting on the zowie FK1 as well.+sensor position
It's about perfect: ~6,3mm. And it should really be in the 6,2-6,5mm range with this kind of shape. That's where all the ambi mice fail. kinzu 1-3 , kana 1/2, you name it.+only one sidebutton on the left side
I would even prefer no buttons at all. I wish they could sell an additional top shell without buttons on the next version. I would easily pay 10-15 euros for it.+shape+sensor
No need to comment here.
Cons:-Only one pollingrate step
Yes 1000hz is the way to go on the 3310. That's the step i'm using on the FK1 as well although i'm used to 500hz. But still. Usually 500hz is enough for the most people, unless your sensitivity is medium or low. As there is a CPI button, i don't see how they couldn't add a button for pollingrates. But as i said it's not really important with the 3310. That being said i wouldn't use 3366 implementation of the G303 on anything else than 500hz.-clicks
They are a mystery to me on this mouse. Sometimes they feel ok and sometimes they feel random at best. Always different depending on where your index finger is actually. I don't see how this is fixable with this design, so every handsize and grip is pleased, but it was way better and never a problem on the xai or kinzu for whatever reason. (maybe other materials used. less flexible?)-mousewheel
It feels way too smal and at least like 3 mm too much to the front. Really strange as this wasn't a problem for me on the XAI. I have the same problem like someone else on this thread, When i don't click the wheel carefully i'm scrolling down. That's not because of the force required for actuation of the click- It feels to far away. However it happens very rare. I'm sure this is fixable with an other kind of wheel. (one that fills the gaps between the arrows maybe.)
Now the worst part. And this is where the ninox aurora is much better (i tried 3 units and all of them where perfect in this regard)-Not fully centered sensor and lense.
(according to the sensorhole. even just from the looks of it)
I really tried fixing it, just like i do with any mouse with this kind of lense. eg. 3310, 3090 , 3888 sensor mice to counter any feelling of randomness (old picture of one of my mods so you get an idea http://cdn.overclock.net/6/63/63ffe4ad_kinzu222.jpeg
The problem is that the lense still gets pushed to the right. I think the PCB, or the plastic pins holding the PCB (or even the sensor-chip itself) is wrongly aligned.
Nontheless i will keep using the DM1 pro, as there is just no other ambidextrous mouse with a good shape (with more than 400CPI) and a good sensor position right now.
And props to the support and the fast shipping of Dreammachines pl. I ordered on thursday and the mouse arrived on saturday in germany.Edited by acid_reptile - 3/1/16 at 8:03pm