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Screws added too much cost apparently?

tis a legitimate reason wink.gif
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What I don't get is, if they redid the "tooling" multiple times, and I'm guessing avoided use of the screws for the added weight, why didn't they remove the screw holes to remove more excess weight? They could have also included clips on that side as well to prevent potential movement of the PCB.

TBH, I bought the 2016 Spring Ergo edition and it seems solidly built aside from the side buttons which are rather lousy. I don't see why people complain so much about the quality (overall, maybe prior versions were worse). But for this new "custom" mouse with so much time in development, looking at the internals, it does look underwhelming.

Are they buying these in China, and then modding them by hand or something? Maybe they can only make like 10 a day.
Edited by whiteweazel21 - 7/24/16 at 10:22am
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What I don't get is, if they redid the "tooling" multiple times, and I'm guessing avoiding use of the screws for added weight, why didn't they remove the screw holes to remove more excess weight? They could have also included clips on that side as well to prevent potential movement of the PCB.

TBH, I bought the 2016 Spring Ergo edition and it seems solidly built aside from the side buttons. I don't see why people complain so much about it or their quality. But for a "custom" mouse with so much time in development, looking at the internals, it does look underwhelming.

Are they buying these in China, and then modding them by hand or something?

Buying them on the black market and then Writing on them in Permanent marker.

Gonna have to buy 2 on launch just to cover your buns incase the first one you open up has issues you aren't able to deal with.....here is to hoping the second isn't screwed just the same. lol
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

polling rate doesnt drop, the mouse just skips a report

most likely due to a lack of synchronization to the usb frames

and pcb held by clips?
ehhhhhhhhhh

I meant that as in mousetester shows drops. I'll post screens when home.
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So since the mouse weighs 80g, I'm guessing that means they'll probably list it as 70g or even less. Also Ino, can you do a smoothing test?

I don't know how, but I think qsxcv can read smoothing values out of the mousetester csv files?
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Screws added too much cost apparently?

They don't want to screw you biggrin.gif:D:D
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Sounds like the sensor is as accurate as 3366 (g303) and click latency is better than Logitech. Weight is lower than most mice as well. So quality could be an issue. I'll make sure to order 3 on amazon and pick the best of the bunch. It looks ugly in the color and signature looks me. But as long as it works and tracks well I could care less.

How are the side buttons on it? What about the coating on the top and sides?
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I don't know how, but I think qsxcv can read smoothing values out of the mousetester csv files?
from that mousetester screenshot, there's appears to be no mcu smoothing. but
http://www.overclock.net/t/1602282/lets-compile-all-3360-3366-and-their-release-dates-for-everyone/300_100#post_25350288
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We will be sending more handmade samples to individuals over the course of the next couple weeks before launch. I'm hoping more OCN members as well. Unfortunately we can't afford to be sending new production units out due to the demand we are expecting at launch.

S1 is indeed significantly lighter than TP. For a mouse of its size a lot of weird changes had to be made to get those extra 5-6 grams off. Nothing that should effect performance or click travel/feel however.

We are finally very close to release. I don't want to give any dates.... But our programming house in the states is finished programming the MCU's and has shipped them over to factory for assembly... I expect production is finished today or tomorrow.
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from that mousetester screenshot, there's appears to be no mcu smoothing. but
http://www.overclock.net/t/1602282/lets-compile-all-3360-3366-and-their-release-dates-for-everyone/300_100#post_25350288

So it still has some smoothing just like Logitech does? As long as the sensor is implemented on par or equal to Logitech I'll be happy. Love my g303 but my hand cramps and hurts because of how I hold it. Also waiting on my Revel! Can't wait to try both mice.
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We will be sending more handmade samples to individuals over the course of the next couple weeks before launch. I'm hoping more OCN members as well. Unfortunately we can't afford to be sending new production units out due to the demand we are expecting at launch.

S1 is indeed significantly lighter than TP. For a mouse of its size a lot of weird changes had to be made to get those extra 5-6 grams off. Nothing that should effect performance or click travel/feel however.

We are finally very close to release. I don't want to give any dates.... But our programming house in the states is finished programming the MCU's and has shipped them over to factory for assembly... I expect production is finished today or tomorrow.

So the testing units are hand made and production units will be higher quality? Can you provide a rough estimate for when the mouse will be available? Like 1 month or 3 months?
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