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post #41 of 908
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Never had a g9x so I cannot compare.

Not sure if all DM Pro 1's mouse 3 buttons are like mine, but mine is pretty unusable if I wanted to use it in a game. the actuation force is so high that it disrupts my aim a lot. I also have this issue with zowie mice in general, but here it is like 3 times harder. Really a shame,

I never had a comparable mouse-wheel in my life and the wheel is the pnly major flaw on this mouse imo.
post #42 of 908
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Originally Posted by aLv1080 View Post

Sensei shaped
126*68*39
89g
3310
Normal clicks (latency and stiffness)


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

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Originally Posted by Ufasas View Post

this

This indeed!
post #43 of 908
I'm in the process of ordering one atm, will give you guys my thoughts when it arrives!
post #44 of 908
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Originally Posted by Dreyka View Post

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.

This!
post #45 of 908
hurrrrr we need LEDs on a mouse
post #46 of 908
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Originally Posted by DreamMachines View Post

I can say we are using the newest firmware available on PMW-3310 so there should be no smoothing. Anyway, thanks for your interest. We are very excited to hear more opinions. Let me know if you try out the mouse yourself.

Hey got some questions.

So, let's say your mouse turns out to have some flaw which could be fixed through a firmware flash.
Will or would you provide a firmware updater? Do we have to buy a new mouse?
Same with software, IF there will ever be a small application to change dpi steps, turn off LEDs, change Lift of Distance, etc.
Would this also mean older products would not be supported to get a firmware update to support such feature?

I am really interested in thise mouse but i am also tired of all those companys like Zowie, Finalmouse, etc. with no software or firmware flash support, where you HAVE TO buy a new mouse if something turns out to be in need of fixing on the firmware level).

I also understand that you try to keep costs low by not offering software to customize stuff.
BUT is it really that expensive to get someone to code a small application to change atleast the cpi steps?

(sorry lot of edits)
Edited by turnschuh - 2/16/16 at 12:24am
post #47 of 908
Also, thank you very much. You are the first one who finally accomplished to make a sensei clone (and closest to the real dimensions) with a proper sensor!
post #48 of 908
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Hey mate,

Australian here. Any chance of us seeing this mouse in Australia? Can you deliver to Aus and if so how much will that cost? Your best bet is probably to try to get it up on Amazon or partner up with MWAVE or PCCaseGear or something (PC stores in Aus known for their customer service and good product base).

Hi Rpalmer92,

We are looking into more countries. Will get back to you within 2 days. Thanks for your interest!!! I hope it won't be crazy expensive to ship to the other side of the world.
post #49 of 908
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I hope it won't be crazy expensive to ship to the other side of the world.

We're used to it.
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Originally Posted by turnschuh View Post

Hey got some questions.

So, let's say your mouse turns out to have some flaw which could be fixed through a firmware flash.
Will or would you provide a firmware updater? Do we have to buy a new mouse?
Same with software, IF there will ever be a small application to change dpi steps, turn off LEDs, change Lift of Distance, etc.
Would this also mean older products would not be supported to get a firmware update to support such feature?

I am really interested in thise mouse but i am also tired of all those companys like Zowie, Finalmouse, etc. with no software or firmware flash support, where you HAVE TO buy a new mouse if something turns out to be in need of fixing on the firmware level).

I also understand that you try to keep costs low by not offering software to customize stuff.
BUT is it really that expensive to get someone to code a small application to change atleast the cpi steps?

(sorry lot of edits)

We have been discussing this exact option for the last 2 weeks with China (but last week they were off for CNY). So far I do not have confirmation if the firmware is "flashable". I will get back to you. Full software as I said will not be on this version, as we are trying to keep the price inline.

Also, about someone to code. Usually, it is making sure the quality is there. It has to be done well and is easy to use. I have seen too many Chinese programs that are terrible. Also, low level programming like the firmware can be difficult as it can create as many bugs as it solves. So, how to answer if it is expensive. It depends on if you have the right person smile.gif. If you know some low-level programs that know PWM firmware I would be happy to discuss in PM.
Edited by DreamMachines - 2/16/16 at 1:29am
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