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What did you do to achieve that speed?

A large mousepad and a running start.
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A large mousepad and a running start.

Is that You Ravic? Lol
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this mouse have problem or not, i am considering to buy it now??
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this mouse have problem or not, i am considering to buy it now??

It's a good mouse, but very soon they will release a similar mouse wiht the 3360. You might want to buy that instead.
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this mouse have problem or not, i am considering to buy it now??

new model with 3360 sensor and a better mouse wheel ( 20m omron) is coming by end of July. Better wait until then. will be called dm1 pro s.
post #836 of 908
Its ok. I like 3310 please confirm me that this mouse doesnt have LOD problem and sensor problem like Fnatic Flick G1 has
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In the topic that was deleted, the DM guy said something along the lines of how it's not possible to have no smoothing. I don't know if he was being pedantic and saying there will be microseconds of smoothing even on 3366 or if he was just trying to claim that having a few ms of smoothing is inevitable (even though not having measurable smoothing is supposed to be the draw of 3366/3360).

Hi, Yes you can say we are being pedantic. There is like microseconds of smoothing. Please, everyone do not worry. It is set the same as DM1 Pro for smoothing and we never had any complaints. We just felt it wasn't correct to say it is completely off. I hope this clears up everything.
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i don't think you know what smoothing is

or maybe you do biggrin.gif
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Hi, Yes you can say we are being pedantic. There is like microseconds of smoothing. Please, everyone do not worry. It is set the same as DM1 Pro for smoothing and we never had any complaints. We just felt it wasn't correct to say it is completely off. I hope this clears up everything.

Heck; I appreciate the up from nature about it at least.
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@DreamMachines would it be possible to have a 500hz version of the latest Firmware? thanks
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