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It's called the scream and the logo is similar to steam's
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post #1192 of 4018
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

That is a shot of my right mouse button. That little imperfection does not stop the button from being a nice solid click. Does not hinder the mouse in any way. However imperfections like this are things so many feel should not exist on a $67 mouse. It's a scratch on my plastic, it was like this out of the box, the first thing i noticed. This is an extremely mild case of QC. It is though, things like this that keep some away from this company.
Christ guys... if you're going to muck up the paint before it even goes out to the customer, just don't paint it.
post #1193 of 4018
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

I have 1 photo left for everyone, even though FM may be working on things, QC remains the biggest issue for them.

Behold



That is a shot of my right mouse button. That little imperfection does not stop the button from being a nice solid click. Does not hinder the mouse in any way. However imperfections like this are things so many feel should not exist on a $67 mouse. It's a scratch on my plastic, it was like this out of the box, the first thing i noticed. This is an extremely mild case of QC. It is though, things like this that keep some away from this company. The same scratch is on my left mouse button as well.

On another note the Cable is butt cheeks just as Buckwheat said. I highly dislike it. That is one thing they did not take from Zowie. This cable they use makes the mouse fight your movement at times. Idk why they continue with them. Light weight mouse, with this cable that is counterproductive. Why in the sam hell do they keep on with it?

Here is the other pic.


DUDE i did not notice this at first but I have THE SAME scratches. I don't see how they got there, maybe but that would have made the M1 and M2 buttons depressed and moved a substantial amount to be scratched like that. I dont know. But as you said, it does not hinder in ANY way from having a solid click. Honestly the clicks are some of the more solid I have seen on mice.

Also the cable like I said many times really is ass. Like its so thick that moving from one side of your pad to the other makes you thing the cable is getting hung up on something but it is not. It is just the thick cable twisting and turning due to the movement and you can totally feel it in your hand. Like I said you will thing the cable is getting hung up on something.

Also, do you know what mouse foot the screw is under? I think I may switch my Ceesa cable out tonight. I want the best possible experience.

EDIT: Going back and looking at the photos of the S1 taken apart I believe the screws are under the bottom 2 feet. Ugh, I hate taking off feet and putting the same ones back on. Wish me luck.
Edited by buckwheat - 7/29/16 at 12:18am
post #1194 of 4018
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Originally Posted by buckwheat View Post

Wish me luck.
You'll need it. Whenever I take off mouse feet they look about as mutilated as they would had I taken them off a real mouse.
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Originally Posted by geForZ View Post

Christ guys... if you're going to muck up the paint before it even goes out to the customer, just don't paint it.

Exactly
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Originally Posted by buckwheat View Post

DUDE i did not notice this at first but I have THE SAME scratches. I don't see how they got there, maybe but that would have made the M1 and M2 buttons depressed and moved a substantial amount to be scratched like that. I dont know.

Yea me neither. ridiculous to have stuff like this at this point. lol
post #1196 of 4018
So from the posts sounds like the FM may eventually be a good purchase decision (but still expensive) if the QC is adjusted.. I hope they opt for a rubber cord or allow a custom order on it in the future; haven't heard from them on that matter.. I just hate braids! biggrin.gif

But glad to hear you guys are liking the shape
post #1197 of 4018
That was their business model. Put out an acceptable entry-level mouse with lots of marketing in order to get capital to make more mice at different quality points. Thing is, they're almost incompetent, and kept making ridiculously silly mistakes.
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they're almost incompetent, and kept making ridiculously silly mistakes.
That's not just FM. Steelseries, logitech and zowie all seem to be reading from the same playbook. Although the new Logitech mouse makes me think they are changing creative direction for the better.
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

FinalMouse
$67 mouse.

I forget how badly they're scamming the community. lachen.gif
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So i come back with good news and some bad. Mostly good tho. I switched out my Ceesa cable from the ergo to the TP. the mouse is now SO MUCH NICER. However I could not get the TP cable into the ergo. So I will get another Ceesa cable for that mouse. Good thing I have a second ergo that was sent to me free of charge.

If you guys don't know about Ceesa and his mouse cables hit him up, I know he is in the Unspecific mouse thread on here a lot. And I believe he has a dedicated thread to his cables. They are so nice. Super flimsy, almost like the mouse is wireless. Price is great, just shipping takes a few days coming from Germany. When you buy one just tell him the mouse it is for and he will switch around the colored wires that go into the PCB for the mouse. I had to do that on my own once and its not a fun task. He is really good at it and makes it looks perfect. Also add that to your ship time as he does that by himself. Also the cables come in many different colors, mostly bright neon and some mixed colors.

Anyways, the TP is amazing now. Upon expecting the insides, this was weird. There are no screws holding the PCB to the bottom of the shell. There was a black piece of textured tape that covered the sensor and I lifted that and still no screws. Also the first time I put it back together that black tape completely covered the bright LED that comes out of the logo at the palm, so if that is too bright for you, open the mouse up and just use the tape to cover the LED. I thought about leaving it but instead fixed it. Here are a few pics of the inside and the final outcome.

I really hope you guys that are interested in this mouse try it out. If you don't like it Amazon has an excellent return system so no harm done. As someone who has struggled to find that perfect mouse for a long time, the TP works great for me. I can count on one hand the number of mice that are this good for me.

Good luck!

EDIT: Taking off the mouse feet was much easier with the small FM feet. For the ergo I have taken them off multiple times and they always work fantastic. Big mouse feet are the ones you screw up. So props to FM in that regard.

EDIT 2: By the way for the Ceesa cable after the photo was taken I pushed it up into the mouse as much as I could since I couldnt lift the PCB.





Edited by buckwheat - 7/29/16 at 2:12am
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