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Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

Would be nice to ONLY be attracted to one mouse model, for the rest of us ho's we need more excitement in our lives hence one model is never enough.
sometimes I switch my mouse 3x a day ...
and somedays when I can't hit a **** , I switch mice from map to map or during a Timeout biggrin.gif
post #1082 of 4018
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Originally Posted by Klopfer View Post

sometimes I switch my mouse 3x a day ...
and somedays when I can't hit a **** , I switch mice from map to map or during a Timeout biggrin.gif

And i thought i had a problem... Lol
post #1083 of 4018
Actually, don't think you improve your performance by switching mouse few times a day ^^ It's more about muscle memory and getting used to one model.
post #1084 of 4018
So, I got a pre-production version of the Scream One. It's not the final (lol) version, but I'll quote Jude here
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But other than that the model is final production scream one minus a couple small details. The lights are different. Blue mousewheel and Rgb logo for indicating dpi change. And also it's not using 20m omrons.

that above refers to it being sent in a Tournament Pro box. As I'm going on holiday tomorrow I don't have time to do a full review now. But I'll try to give my impressions here quickly.

First off: performance seems fine, I did the speed related accuracy variance test and it was very accurate, so on similar levels to other 3366 mice. Speed is also well above 5 m/s as was to be expected.



Now the sad part: Build quality on this unit is really sub par. Apparently it was used by someone before, so I got it second hand. That might have influenced it, but I think it's more of a tolerances issue. The left side where I place my thumb creaks with every move that I make because there is a gap somewhere between top and lower shell. That is really annoying, not only because I hear it but because I feel the shell give in. I could probably fix this with super glue, but that should really not be necessary.
Buttons overall are fine, no complaints here, response time is faster than current Logitech mice (~2-3ms).

Weight is 80g on my scale.


















Edited by Ino. - 7/24/16 at 6:00am
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post #1085 of 4018
Wasn't the sub par build quality expected though? I mean.. We all know what's up with them.
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You mentioned the 80g weight but nothing about how much the braided cable can nullify, affect and compromise the light feel of it.

Is the signature part of the shell, or can you feel the inconsistent texture on your finger?
Edited by nobelharvards - 7/24/16 at 6:57am
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Ridiculous - this thread managed to hit 1k replies before the product made it to the market - and still they somehow they did manage not to improve the build quality.

Gamers are like dogs - no matter how often companies screw them over they come back right in time for the next screw up.

Honestly if you want stuff like this to stop vote with your wallet or stop complaining about companies being out of touch with consumers.
Edited by e4stw00t - 7/24/16 at 6:40am
post #1088 of 4018
... And if you want better build quality, better everything, just wait for the new Logitech? biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by e4stw00t View Post

Gamers are like dogs - no matter how often companies screw them over they come back right in time for the next screw up.

lol
you're kinda right, though this isn't quite gamer-specific or mice-specific (or company specific)
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Originally Posted by nobelharvards View Post

Is the signature part of the shell, or can you feel the inconsistent texture on your finger?

i'm curious to this as well
post #1090 of 4018
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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

... And if you want better build quality, better everything, just wait for the new Logitech? biggrin.gif

And it might even be released before the Finalmouse redface.gifbiggrin.gif
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